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Replete with a cast of eccentric characters-all of them suffused with a passion for the golden bean-Uncommon Grounds is nothing less than a coffee-flavored history of the world, the classic work on coffee culture, fully updated for our ...
This book shows exactly why billion dollar for-profit coffee chains are inherently unable to produce coffee of the quality you can make in the kitchen. The Coffeeist Manifesto is half self-defense manual and half how-to instructional.
Seventeen-year-old loner Maggy Klass, who frequently seeks refuge from her alcoholic mother's apartment by sitting and drawing in a local cafe, becomes involved in a destructive relationship with a charismatic homeless youth named Cole.
If you want to know how to brew the ultimate cup of coffee in the comfort of your own home (and save some money too!), then you want to read this book.You see, making great coffee boils down to doing a number of little things right, such as ...
A wild ride through the history of coffee offers a humorous revisionist take on world events with this magic bean as the prime mover of everything from Napoleon's downfall to the prosperity of America. Reprint.
This is a simple little book about a simple little ritual and a very complicated story about the ways and means of modern sick-care.Perhaps only slightly stranger than the practice of drinking beans is the use of java juice for an enema.