Previously we showed you how to cook breakfast in your coffeemaker, and in this video we continue on to dinner with a romantic four-course meal. You can use these techniques in your dorm room, on vacation, or to surprise someone special on Valentine's Day or your anniversary. As long as you have a coffee pot, you've got yourself a kitchen.
Cook Breakfast in Your Coffeemaker
It turns out you can use your coffeemaker to make a whole lot more than coffee—which is handy if you travel a lot, or are living in the dorms at college. We tested some dishes suggested by Chowhounds, and in this episode we focus on breakfast, making tea-infused oatmeal, boiled eggs, and even a grilled cheese sandwich. In a future episode, we'll do dinner!
Easy Dessert Tart Crust
This easy dessert tart crust is buttery, lightly sweetened, and delicately crispy -- the perfect foolproof base for any sweet filling you can devise. Read more.
We love a cold glass of white or rosé in the warmer months. But why should they have all the summer fun? Occasionally (OK, rarely) we’re left with a glass or two in the fridge. That’s when we make these pops. Read more.
Best Food Meme and Emoji Pairings
Collectively we share and express a lot of our emotions and ideas visually on social media. Food plays an important role, as one of the most universal themes. This is a round-up of some of our favorite memes and emojis. Read more.
Adding a bit of coffee flour to box brownie mix not only contributes richer flavor and a slight caffeine boost, but also delivers a whopping dose of potassium. Just 1 tablespoon of coffee flour contains 310 mg of potassium. Read more.