Meet our ambassadors: @amsterdani
Also based in Amsterdam and the only intern we ever had, Dani Bordiniuc is the head barista at Lot Sixty One and a dedicated home coffee brewer The post Meet our ambassadors: @amsterdani appeared first on The Coffeevine.
Meet The Naughty Dog from Czechia and the specialty coffee power couple behind it
A new Coffeevine partner, The Naughty Dog is run by former World Barista Champion Gwilym Davies and his equally decorated wife Petra. The post Meet The Naughty Dog from Czechia and the specialty coffee power couple behind it appeared first on The Coffeevine.
Delicious Butterfinger Cookie Dough Cheesecake Bars
The name says it all. Everything amazing has been mixed into these, well, delicious cheesecake bars. If you’re looking for something that will please the entire family, your friends, and your neighbors, it’ll be these. If you are, however, planning on making these to more than a few days, I’d double the recipe as they’re definitely not going to survive once a few hands get on them. If you’re not a fan of Butterfingers, feel free to use any of your favorite chocolate bars. Not going to lie, a good Crispy Crunch would taste pretty delicious as well. Ingredients: Chocolate chip cookie layer:½ cup butter, melted½ cup brown sugar1 egg½ teaspoon vanilla¾ cup flour plus 2 tablespoons1 cup mini chocolate chips + 1/2 cup for top5 Butterfinger bars Cheesecake layer8oz. cream cheese, room temperature1/3 cup sugar1 egg1 teaspoon vanilla Directions: Create a sling by lining the pan with foil so that there is a one-inch overhang on each side. Cover foil with bake spray. Heat oven to 375 degrees F.To make the chocolate chip cookie layer, melt butter and let cool to warm. Add in brown sugar and mix to combine. Add in egg and vanilla extract and mix to […]
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How to Keep Social With Your Friends When You Can’t Meet for Coffee
Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter We’re now coming up to a few weeks into the craziness that has transpired across North America and the world. Covid-19 has been spreading since December, but we haven’t felt the strain of it at home until recently. March has been an extremely long month and it’s been frustrating staying indoors under quarantine and social distancing ourselves from our friends and family. Coffee is something many of us love the taste of, it keeps us sane, awake, but it’s also an exceptionally huge social drink that brings people together over conversation and caffeine. We may not be able to meet up at the local Starbucks or cafe, but there are still ways you can meet for coffee without breaking the enforcement of self-isolation or risking the spread of the coronavirus. Social Media Groups.There are plenty of groups on Facebook for coffee lovers, including our own. These groups are excellent places to meet with friends or strangers around the world to discuss coffee or share stories. Don’t forget to brew your favorite blend before engaging – to get the full experience! Make the Most of the Time You Have With Your Loved Ones. If you’re […]
Ask an Expert Webinar: Mental Health and Stress
Ask the Expert: Food Safety and COVID-19 Join us on Friday, March 27, at 8 am PDT / 3 pm GMT for a webinar with licensed marriage and family therapist and self-care coach Courtney Muir and representatives of all three guilds. Register here. In this webinar, she will discuss why COVID-19 is bringing up intense …
2020 Expo and Re:co Canceled, Both Return to New Orleans in 2021
After many weeks of discussions with our partners regarding the impacts of COVID-19 on SCA events, today we are sad to announce that the 2020 Re:co Symposium and Specialty Coffee Expo scheduled to take place in Portland in April is now canceled. Unfortunately, no other viable dates were available for the show to take place …
Our March ’20 brew guide
With a personal recipe from Coffeevine-founder Alex Kitain and custom recipes from the three brilliant March ’20 roasters Detour, Kalei & Horsham Coffee The post Our March ’20 brew guide appeared first on The Coffeevine.
Amazingly Nostalgic Homemade Dunkaroos
If you’re one of the many who are sitting in self-isolation on this beautiful Saturday, you may be wondering when, if ever, things will begin to go back to normal. Although the Coronavirus may be keeping us indoors, there are still plenty of things you can do at home to keep your spirits high – and your children entertained. One mood booster is to get a little nostalgic and begin remembering all the great things you used to love before things got crazy – even years ago. Remember Dunkaroos? Right! Those cookie and icing treats were the highlight of your lunches. Something about them always puts a smile on your face. They might be more difficult to find in grocery stores now (or you may not want to risk the trip). You can actually make your own at home! And, chances are, you’ll have many of these ingredients already. So get the kids and spouse together and have a little fun trying out new recipes and bonding. This will definitely be one you’ll come back to again and again. The Recipe. Recipe from the Tasting Table Test Kitchen Yield: About 75 small cookiesPrep Time: 20 minutes, plus 2 hours chilling timeCook Time: 5 […]
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