| 2:09 am on Jun 2, 2007 (gmt 0)|
You mean like iced drinks to stuff like tiramusu?
I mix lots of half&half, vanilla, and chocolate syrup in mine. but you got to brew the coffee strong or else it gets watered down
| 2:59 am on Jun 2, 2007 (gmt 0)|
Iced coffee (actually best made with instant coffee in this case) with a bit of milk and sugar, and then some chocolate ice cream added. Yum!
| 5:56 am on Jun 2, 2007 (gmt 0)|
Well, I usually put some decaf coffee, water, ground sugar, a little butter and a dash of rum. Run in the microwave for about 50 seconds and that's Irish coffee which turns out great. Iced cofee sounds good. I guess I'll just do some experimenting.
| 8:26 pm on Jun 2, 2007 (gmt 0)|
I like to add some coffee to my chili recipe (and sometimes chocolate/cocoa powder too). The flavors blend surprisingly well and the final result is more of "hey that tastes really good" and not "you've got coffee in there?"
| 9:19 pm on Jun 2, 2007 (gmt 0)|
Have you tried turkish coffee?
Typically you take a finjan (that's what we call it over here, anyway, it's a small pot), let the water start to boil, add the coffee, let it cook, add sugar, and let boil - I add cinnamon and other spices to taste..
| 2:17 am on Jun 3, 2007 (gmt 0)|
I drink the following by the gallon here in Malaysia... it is a great way to combine caffine and somewhere the thermostat is obviously broken.
Two heaped tsp Nescafe instant 'coffee'
1 fl oz (or similar) boiling water
One ripe banana
Handful of ice cubes
Pint of milk (chilled)
Blender / smoothie maker / liquidiser
Stick the coffee into the blender, pour the boiling water on top. Run blender for about 2 seconds to mix coffee and avoid lumps and sticking. Add all other ingredients and blend until lightly foaming.