On your way to class and don't have much time to make your iced coffee? Boston University student and CHOW.com intern Austin Pohlen shares an easy way to avoid diluting your coffee while still chilling it quickly, so you stay on schedule. This special College Edition CHOW tip is part of a series aimed at helping students on a budget with food and entertaining while living away from home.
Greg Hjort of Equator Coffees & Teas shows you how to make a cold-brewed coffee concentrate that you can use in iced coffee or hot. It's less acidic than hot-brewed coffee, practically sweet. He uses the Toddy Cold Brew System.
Iced coffee is a great way to get your morning boost on a hot summer day. But unless you remember to cold-brew it the night before, you usually end up with a cup of coffee that's been watered down by melting ice cubes. In this tip John Birdsall of CHOW.com shares three simple tricks to get quick iced coffee any time you want.
If you've been craving cold-brewed coffee at home but stressing about having to buy some newfangled gadget, fret no more. In this CHOW Tip, Elliot Waring of CHOW.com shares how to make it yourself using a blender—no special equipment required.