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11 GIFs to Make You Want Coffee

11 GIFs to Make You Want Coffee

Need an excuse to take a coffee break? 11 mouthwatering reasons to go take one, right now

Come on, it's time for your coffee break.

Look, we feel your pain: it's the middle of the week. You're tired. You're counting down the minutes to the weekend. And you're wondering just how you're going to make it through the day. Well, we have your solution: coffee.

Yes, it's absolutely time for you to go take a coffee break. Not only has research shown that coffee can help reduce physical pain (especially for you office drones wasting away at your computer), but it's even been linked to happiness. Happiness! Is there really anything happier than a beautifully crafted cup of coffee? Plus, you'll feel good while your cup of joe is chipping away at certain diseases, like Alzheimer's, skin cancer, and depression.

A cup of coffee can be as much a mental 15-minute break as it is a Zen hiatus from your life, which is why we're particularly excited to share our most beloved coffee shops across America. You'll find plenty of excuses to duck out for a cup of coffee, or to take a break from the hubbub of the world with a good friend, a good book, and a good drink. And with that, we leave you with our 11 favorite coffee GIFs to inspire your next coffee break.


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5 Easy Recipes To Make Carbonated Or Coffee Soda

How To Make Carbonated Coffee or Coffee Soda

In this article, I will share with you 5 amazingly simple recipes on How to Make Homemade Carbonated Coffee or Coffee Soda.


How to Make Coffee Without a Coffeemaker

It's easy to brew coffee without a machine. All you need is a few basic kitchen supplies.

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Millions of us count on coffeemakers to deliver the invigorating elixir of life. In fact, more than a few people can barely function at the most-basic level without their morning coffee.

That's why kitchens around the world are stocked with coffee machines ranging from basic to extravagant. It's a rite of passage, or at the very least an everyday routine, to shuffle to the kitchen in a barely awake fog and stab the button on the coffee machine.

Perhaps you are treated to freshly ground and roasted beans brewed in an elaborate digital thermal coffeemaker with built-in grinder. Or maybe you're low-maintenance and just want coffee and want it fast. That's all well and good, until the power goes out or the coffeemaker goes kaput. What now?

Old-fashioned java fix

Way back in the good ol' days before there were machines that would automatically whip up a cup of delicious, piping-hot coffee, people still managed to brew a cup o' joe. Think Clint Eastwood out on the range with a tin cup and a campfire — he enjoyed some fresh brew before galloping off to corral bad guys. Sometimes the very old-fashioned way is the way to go, and many people still believe that the best-tasting coffee is simply made with coffee and water.

We'll admit that nothing really compares to freshly roasted grounds and hot, crystal-clear water, but don't write off the "old" way just yet. Heck, once you experience the taste, you might channel your inner Josey Wales and sidle up to the stove with a tin cup. Here are some popular, tried-and-true ways to make coffee without a coffeemaker.

It's simple with a saucepan

Low on kitchen supplies? No worries a few basics and a stove will have you sipping hot java in no time.

  • Pour water into a saucepan and stir in coffee grounds. The amount of grounds should be the same amount you'd use in a coffeemaker.
  • Set the burner to medium-high and bring the coffee to a boil. Stir occasionally and boil for 2 minutes.
  • Remove from heat and let sit for 4 minutes, then use a ladle to scoop the finished coffee into a mug. No ladle? Just pour it slowly from the pan so the grounds stay in the pan and don't land in your cup.

A hankie and a Mason jar

Who knew that a humble handkerchief could be a key player in creating coffee? You'll need a couple of binder clips or plain ol' clothespins for this method.

  • Set the hankie (you can also use any clean cotton cloth) over the jar and secure with the clips. Allow enough slack so the cloth dips into the jar in a pouch shape.
  • Scoop a single-cup helping of coffee grounds into the hankie pouch and pour a little water over the grounds, letting them soak in.
  • Slowly pour the rest of the water over the grounds, remove the hankie and grounds and drink up!

The French-press imposter

French-press coffee is wildly popular, and it can be made in things other than its namesake apparatus. Here's how to duplicate the taste with just a mug, bowl and measuring spoon.

  • In a deep bowl, add 1 tablespoon of coffee grounds for every cup desired.
  • Pour a little boiling water over the grounds to saturate, and then add the amount of water needed for the intended number of servings.
  • Use the tablespoon to press the settled coffee grounds to the bottom of the bowl, hold the spoon in place, and pour the brew into a mug. Repeat for each serving.

A little imagination and some basic kitchen tools will keep your mug filled!


But Why Do the Drinks Taste So Different?

Just like any other kind of cooking, the quality of the ingredients has a huge impact on the flavor of your drink. You may have noticed a latte from a larger chain coffee shop tastes totally different than the same drink from a local roaster. A big reason for that is the quality of coffee and milk.

The other reason has to do with how the espresso is prepared. If the espresso is very diluted from a larger brew ratio (1:3+), it is much more difficult to taste in milk drinks. This is why we recommend using a more concentrated espresso (1:1.5) in milk. Ristretto, or restricted, espressos like these are much better at cutting through the fats and sugars of milk.

For more on Brew Ratios, take a look at this article from La Marzocco.

The amount of milk and foam will greatly transform the way espresso tastes. Milk is full of water, sugars (lactose) and fat. The water dilutes the flavors of the espresso. The sugars helps to balance any bitterness from the coffee. The fat coats the tongue, minimizing the experience of dry or sour tastes. The more milk you add, the more these factors will impact the flavor of the espresso. The fats in milk hold onto aromatic compounds, which will prolong the finish of your coffee. Think of it this way: a sip of a good coffee will hang around on your palette for a minute or so, but you can still taste a sip of a good cappuccino after half an hour.

The foam changes the flavor and texture of the drink. The small air bubbles trapped in foam will slowly pop as your drink sits. As they pop, they’ll release small bursts of the coffee aromas trapped in the milk, enhancing the flavor. A good foam will also give a drink a velvety, lush feel–almost like your mouth is wrapped in a cozy blanket near a smoldering fire.


Every Kind of Chili You'd Ever Want to Make

Vegetarian? No-red-meat eater? Bean hater? Tomato avoider? No worries! No matter your diet or preferences, you never have to miss out on chili season. We’ve got a hearty, flavor-packed recipe for every palate.

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Grated cauliflower adds heft to this meatless chili made with pinto beans. Cocoa powder and brewed coffee add depth of flavor to the chipotle-spiked base.

No one will miss the meat in this chili loaded with green lentils, black beans and three kinds of chile peppers.

Giada De Laurentiis adds Swiss chard, corn and cannellini beans to her chili, so it’s truly a one-pot meal packed with veggies as well as ground chicken.

Break out of your boring chicken breast rut by roasting the bone-in, skin-on kind (more flavor!) for Ina Garten’s chunky chili.

This easy recipe from Food Network Kitchen has everything you want in a classic bowl of chili – ground beef chuck, chipotles and jalapenos, cumin and coriander. Top it with crushed corn chips and you’re good to go.

Bobby Flay brings his signature heat to this chili with layers of rich, spicy flavors. He opts for hearty cubes of bottom-round beef rather than ground meat, and sautes the onions and chiles in reduced beer and chocolate.

Tyler Florence simmers beef shoulder with tomato, chipotles and a host of spices, then stirs in masa harina at the end to thicken his stick-to-your-ribs chili.

Rachael Ray skips tomatoes in her turkey chili in favor of a white base flavored with fresh chives, dill and parsley. Toast and crumble corn muffins for a fun topping.

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This version appeals to the bean-averse and anyone clinging to summer, as it incorporates barbecue flavors and the last of your fresh corn. Feel free to use canned or frozen corn if the fresh kind is already gone!

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While most turkey chili recipes utilize ground turkey, this one takes advantage of leftover roasted turkey, so it’s perfect for the day after Thanksgiving. For a change from the traditional cornbread, try serving it over leftover mashed potatoes.


I Make Vietnamese Egg Coffee When I Want Caffeine and Dessert at the Same Time

The only thing better than a good recipe? When something's so easy to make that you don't even need one. Welcome to It's That Simple, a column where we talk you through the process of making the dishes and drinks we can make with our eyes closed.

When we were younger, my parents would often take the family out for pho on the weekends in San Jose. Before the soupy noodles arrived at our table, we always had a moment to watch the other diners. As my parents talked, my older sister Tram and I would scout for the people ordering something a little different: Vietnamese egg coffee.

It’s similar to regular Vietnamese coffee, which has a layer of sweetened condensed milk at the bottom, but instead it’s topped with a mixture of whipped egg yolks and sweetened condensed milk, which winds up tasting almost like meringue. I fondly describe it as something close to tiramisu in a cup. The rich, soft topping creates a fascinating beverage that triggers my nostalgia for our family’s weekend pho trips.

According to Atlas Obscura, the drink originated in Hanoi in 1946, when the First Indochina War caused a milk shortage in the city. A resourceful bartender at the Sofitel Legend Metropole Hotel named Nguyen Van Giang used some whisked egg as a substitute, and the result was a success. The coffee shop he opened in the city, called Café Giang, still serves their famous version, but the drink has spread across the country, where people enjoy it in cafés at all hours of the day.

Vietnamese egg coffee is a popular café specialty in Vietnam, but when I was developing recipes for The Honeysuckle Cookbook, I learned that it’s not so hard to make in a home kitchen. It starts, of course, with Vietnamese coffee, which has a very distinct taste that’s strong and slightly bitter. Sweetened condensed milk is typically paired with the coffee to create a perfectly balanced bittersweet flavor. You’ll want to source Vietnamese coffee—look for a ground coffee variety by Trung Nguyên or Café du Monde, available in many Asian grocery stores. (Café du Monde is not Vietnamese coffee, but it’s often used to make Vietnamese coffee because the chicory provides a strong and robust flavor even when paired with condensed milk.) If you can’t find those, substitute strong French roast coffee beans in a coarse grind. To brew it, you need a Vietnamese phin, a small cylindrical metal coffee filter.

Start by placing the filter on top of a mug or glass. Add 3 Tbsp. ground Vietnamese coffee into the filter and press it down with the removable tamp (if you’re using a screw-on type, twist just until there’s a slight resistance). Add 1 tablespoon boiling water and let the coffee grounds bloom, about 1 minute. Continue to pour boiling water into the filter about three-quarters of the way up and let it drip. You’ll use 4 to 6 Tbsp. water total, depending on how strong you like your coffee. Place the lid cover on the filter and let the coffee slowly drip for 3 to 5 minutes. Flip the lid cover and use it as a trivet for the filter. Remove the filter from the mug. (Alternatively, you can also make two shots of espresso.)

Meanwhile, in a small bowl, with a hand mixer, whip 2 large fresh organic egg yolks on medium speed until frothy and pale yellow, about 30 seconds. (You can also whisk by hand for 2 to 3 minutes until the eggs are a shade lighter in color than when you started.) Add 1 tablespoon sweetened condensed milk and ½ tsp. vanilla extract and mix again until just combined. (Transfer the leftover sweetened condensed milk to a glass jar, seal it, and then keep it in the fridge, where it will last for 2 weeks.)

Gently pour the egg mixture over the brewed coffee (it will float on top), and dust with unsweetened cocoa powder. Drink immediately. Then contemplate making another.


Sponge Cakes That You'll Want A Slab Of Every Day Of The Week

If you thought there wasn't much to a classic sponge cake, think again. We've pulled together a smashing selection of our favourite sponge cake recipes including the likes of a Classic Victoria Sponge Cake, and quirky, re-imagined recipes like our Espresso Martini Cake (you bet). Not to mention our irresistible Lemon Drizzle Cake. So, if you need even MORE of a reason to bake this weekend, check out the best sponge cake recipes now.

Is it any surprise that lemon drizzle cake is one of the nation's favourite cake flavours? It's zesty, vibrant, moist and downright delicious. And only six ingredients make up our super easy lemon drizzle cake recipe.

This easy caramel sauce hack makes simple work of a fancy-looking cake. If you&rsquore super-short on time, whisk caramel sauce into pre-made frosting too.

Fancy making yourself a boozy cake? Don't fret, we've got you covered. This Orange Mimosa Cake recipe is insane and super easy to make. Loaded with Prosecco, it would make the perfect birthday cake, or Mother's Day treat.


25 Cold-Brew Coffee Recipes For Your #CaffeinateMe Mornings

The extra kick of sweetness in this iced coffee will give you the jumpstart you need to face the Monday blues.

Get the recipe Cook Nourish Bliss.

Homemade coffee, marshmallows, graham crackers and whipped cream&mdashthey'll have you reminiscing about all things summer.

Get the recipe A Night Owl Blog.

It's amazing what a little coconut can do. We're warning you now, it's seriously addictive.

Get the recipe at A Beautiful Mess.

DIY your own lavender syrup and stick it in the fridge so you have an aromatic treat any day of the week.

Get the recipe at A Beautiful Mess.

Okay so maybe it isn't the best idea to sip on this pre-office, but for your brunch party? The java cocktail is sure to be a huge hit.

Get the recipe Hungry Girl Por Vida.

If you have 15 minutes to spare on a Sunday night, whip up a couple batches of this chocolate-y, protein-packed beverage and have breakfast ready for the entire week.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.com.

Okay, okay, nobody's making claims that this recipe is healthy. But if you like your joe sweet, it's your new go-to.

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It may require a bit more effort to make, but every sweet, rich sip is so worth it. The donut is pretty darn delicious, too.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.com.

Before going to bed, fill your ice tray with cold-brew coffee so you never have to settle for watery joe again.

Get the recipe Kitchen Treaty.

Pack coffee, ice cream, vanilla, Bailey's Irish Cream, and Kahlua. Dessert, anyone?

It's everything you love about fall in one delectable sip. Sweeten it with extra almond milk and a hint of salt for an even more flavor-packed drink.

Get the recipe Coffee and Quinoa.

Bubble tea fanatics, this one's for you. Simple syrup, coffee, boba, and coconut sugar&mdashwhat's not to love?

Skip the drive-thru lines and make your own version of the Starbuck's classic. In case you're wondering, yes, it's just as good.

Get the recipe Minimalist Baker.

Just when you thought your iced mocha couldn't get any better. Hint: add a pinch of salt and your world will forever change.

Coffee, ice cream, whipped cream, and vanilla wafers. In other words, the epitome of happiness.

Get the recipe Java Cupcake.

You've had iced joe with almond milk before, but with a splash of honey? Game-changer.

Get the recipe With Salt and Wilt.

This smooth blend of coffee, chicory, and syrup makes for the ultimate morning cup of coffee. Try it and we're sure you'll agree.

Get the recipe Sugar and Charm.

It sounds, well, interesting, but trust us: tonic and espresso together is pure magic. Pro tip: Add cherries for a tiny hint of sweetness.

Get the recipe Well Nesting.

Your two favorites&mdashjava and booze&mdashare blended here to create the perfect happy hour drink.

Get recipe Supergolden Bakes.

Afternoon slumps, be gone. This strong, delicious mix of coffee concentrate and condensed milk will surely keep you on your toes for the rest of the work day.

Get recipe Seeded At The Table.

Mocha lovers, meet your new best friend nutella. One sip of this chocolatey concoction and you'll be looking forward to getting up early for preschool drop-off every morning.


Easy to Make DIY Gift Ideas

#1. Personalize Monogrammed Sharpie Mug

A simple and personal item that can be realized for less than a dollar if you have oil based sharpies in your crafting arsenal. The method is bent by creativity into a beautiful manner and the idea of someone holding your small piece of art daily is quite rewardful. This can become the daily cup of coffee of the individual.

#2. Creative Fun Photo Bookmarks


This kind of gifts are ideal for parents or grandparents. Family in general actually. Find a really great pose and shape it into an extraordinary gift.

#3. DIY Bath Bombs

All you need is a Mini Muffin Pan and a mason jar with a beautiful ribbon to pack them up.

#4. Volumetric Photo Collage Monogram

One initial and some pieces of immortalized memories. Perfect recipe for a really thoughtful gift. You can buy the wooden letters from any craft store or you can make them yourself. Get creative and surprise your loved ones.

#5. Sweet Candy Bouquet

With a bouquet of candy you can never go wrong. Pick different bars and arrange them beautifully and you are good to go.

#6. Liquor Bouquet

Probably the best gift to hold when entering a mancave . Know your audience thought, the ultimate man gift can become inappropriate in many scenarios.

#7. Custom Stepping Stone

Probably irrelevant for many individuals yet highly personal for others. You can make this as a house warming gift, it will become an item with memory and substance with ease.

#8. Personal Gift In A Jar

Suitable for most occasions the gift in mason jars can include almost anything from spa products to edible contents. You can also find free printables for the mason jar.

Go get the instructions & free printable label: Classy Clutter

#9. Gift In A Cup

Less personal but more pragmatic. You can fill up a on-the-go insulated cup that we all need with favorite goodies like gift cards, lip gloss, nail polish, candy, or anything else that fits the recipient.

#10. Photo Pendants or Magnets

The perfect Mother`s Day gift . An extremely personal gift that can be realized with small investments.

#11. Small Pull-Out Photo Album

You can purchase wooden boxes online or at the craft stores for insanely small amounts. In these you can nestle with card stock and photos a small ensemble that can shelter memories beautifully. Consider it for Anniversary or Valentine`s Day.

#12. Glamorous DIY Glitter Cup

With a glitter double walled cup you can shine and smile all day. You can find these at Starbucks and in most home stores. You can personalize these cups with all kinds of treatments or you can simply insert photos in there. Keep in mind that the photo can be changed as often as required.

#13. Neat DIY Personalized Casserole Dish

A computer and printer is all you need to start customizing different recipients for your foodie friends or cook. It is simple and personal. You can try a wine glass or a simple casserole dish set. Print out the model that you are going to use for the stencil and you are good to go.

#14. Homemade Body Butter

Homemade items are without a doubt extremely superior to mass consumer products. With only three ingredients you can make homemade butty butter that will double as both lip balm and body butter. All natural, all extraordinary. The fresh scent will encourage to gift this more often.

#15. Simple Homemade Soap

It might sound complicated for most but is insanely easy. You can actually purchase Pour Soap Base that melts in the microwave, add the ingredients that you like: coffee beans, plants or flagrance oil and then pour the melted mixture into soap models bought or made by you.

#16. Monogrammed Soap Bottle

The monogram will be materialized on a transparent overhead paper and slowly inserted into the bottle. The idea Room has free printable for this small craft, take a look.

#17. DIY Mason Jar Candles

Extraordinary fine item to gift and realize alike. Moreover, everything that goes into a mason jar is extraordinary. Big candles in mason jars are extraordinary items that will exude warmth and coziness and along with a burlap top and a cute gift tag the recipe is perfect.

#18. Graphic Homemade Extracts

This particular idea takes some planning ahead as it needs between two and four weeks to prepare the mixture, most of the time being of course a waiting time. These can be used to enhanced baked good with flavors, massage oils or simply as sculptural pieces on the kitchen counter.

#19. Custom Made Scrabble Coasters

Before you completely reject the idea you should know that you do not need to purchase multiple Scrabble games for this project. A Scrabble Tiles – 100 Letter Tiles can be found for less than ten dollars on Amazon. This opens up multiple possibilities as they`re quite graphic by default. You can plant them on cork and create some simple coasters with different words.

#20. Bath Items Presented Beautifully

It simply works. Different bath products wrapped up creatively are a very common highly appreciate gift. You can use baskets or small cute animal representations

#21. Favorite Recipe Ring

Very creative and useful in the kitchen. You can search rare and interesting recipes, laminate them and stick them to a handy ring. The lamination will ensure their durability and you can easily scroll through them when you need to, everything can be at their grasp. Use multiple fresh, vibrant colors!

#22. Secret Stash Book

A great way to surprise someone close to you. Whether the recipient will actually hold valuable items or candy only it makes no difference, the item can easily become practical.

#23. Homemade Sugar Scrub

The scent in the making is simple stunning. Coconut makes everything better .

Go get the instructions & free labels: The idea Room

#24. Send A Thoughtful Hug

You have friends or grandparents far away too probably. With a simple and inexpensive day you can make their day . Full of substance and sentimental the gift below is. Consider it.

#25. Creative Gift Wrap

Packaging can change everything and for someone hard to read you can go with money and candy beautifully wrapped. It is easy indeed but a little impersonal and cold.

#26. Colorful Bucket of Suckers

This is the perfect gift for any age, use it wisely.

#27. Neat Photo Tile Coasters

Vintage look worn by a functional memory.

#28. DIY S’mores Happiness Kit

A very simple super easy last minute gift that you can use in most scenarios. You can use a custom gift tag to personalize it creatively :“Happy Birthday and many s’more!” can work nicely.

#29. Elastic Bookmarks

Simple and useful small gift idea for a traveler.

#30. Memory Bottle

Very personal and unique. You can fill this small recipients with small mini items that wear a special meaning for you two.

Go get the instructions & read more: 30 Handmade Days

#31. Fairy Tale Magic Bottle

Easy to fascinate an individual with glitter, sequins, plastic confetti and many other sparkling items. You can shake them and immerse yourself into a newly created universe.

#32. Succulents In A Tea Cup

Succulents are world wine renowned for their superb aesthetic values. Place a small one in a cup and personalize the cup with a sharpie for a great gift.

#33. Framed Scrabble Tiles Sending a Message

Simple plain scrabble pieces can work like a charm with ease. Make sure that the ensemble wears a powerful message and that the composition can be easily introduced in multiple decors.

#34. Homemade Cleaning Slime

An item that`s useful for all ages but for different reasons. Get creative and use neat colors!

#35. Monogrammed Journal

Customize a journal or a book with some stamps. Simple mass produced items can become unique and highly personal in a second. You can use clamps or binder clips to keep the item closed when you stamp the page ends for example.

What do you think about the ideas curated in this DIY Gift Ideas article? We would love to hear your opinion in the comment section below.


11 Irish Recipes You’ll Want to Cook Right Now

Jenny Huang

Seaweed-Crusted Rack of Lamb with Red Wine Sauce

Seaweed-Crusted Rack of Lamb with Red Wine Sauce Crab and Irish Whiskey Bisque

Colcannon

Leave it to the potato-loving Irish to dream up colcannon, spuds mashed with finely chopped cabbage and enriched with lots of cream. Get the recipe for Colcannon »

Irish Stew

In this traditional warming stew from the Emerald Isle, lamb shoulder is rendered spoon-tender by a simmer and then a long, slow bake with plenty of filling potatoes and aromatic carrots and onions. For bright color and a bit of verdant sweetness, green peas are tossed in toward the end of the cooking. Get the recipe for Irish Stew »

Haddock and Cheddar Mash

The haddock and cheddar mash at Dublin’s The Winding Stair restaurant represents the best of Ireland: sea, dairy, and spud. Get the recipe for Haddock and Cheddar Mash »

Irish Bean and Sausage Stew

At Gubbeen Farm, a 250-acre coastal plot of land in West Cork, an Irish twist on French cassoulet results in a flavorful, brothy stew of lima beans and thin Irish pork sausages. Get the recipe for Irish Bean and Sausage Stew »

Irish Coffee Soda Bread

Espresso powder adds a jolt to this sleepy soda bread. We love it as toast for a breakfast sandwich or to mop up rich sauces alongside a dinner roast. Get the recipe for Irish Coffee Soda Bread »

Irish Coffee Riff

Drew Hamm at Henry’s in Chicago makes a toasty spin on the traditional Irish coffee by adding Flor de Cana rum and a cinnamon syrup to the usual Irish whiskey base. Get the recipe for Irish Coffee Riff »

Homemade Irish Cream

Cream, whiskey, vanilla, and coffee combine with sweetened condensed milk for a silky-smooth alternative to store-bought Irish cream. We love it added to coffee, used to sweeten cake frosting, or just on its own, enjoyed over a little ice. Get the recipe for Homemade Irish Cream »


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