6 Rules for Making Coffee: Keep your Coffee fresh Measure carefully Use grounds only once Boil the water Serve at once Scour the Coffee-pot
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It is not difficult to make Coffee as I make it if you will but try. Follow carefully these six rules and you will have solved le grand secret. So easy to do - such a difference in flavor.
Six Rules for Making Better Coffee: Keep your Coffee fresh Measure carefully Use grounds only once Boil the water Serve at once Scour the Coffee-pot
A French Coffee Recipe. Happy Monday! From Mrs. Beeton's recipe collection c. 1861. More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks Apple Custard ~1881 Pie or Cobbler? ~1910 Lighthouse Kitchen ~1855
General Observations on Victorian Drinks. Beverages are innumerable in their variety... and may be divided into three classes. We will, however, forthwith treat on the most popular of our beverages beginning with the one which makes "the cup that cheers but not inebriates." Any recipe requests from the list? From Mrs. Beeton's recipe collection c. 1861.... Continue Reading →