Gizmodo explains how to make coffee, and it’s actually pretty good! Let me save you some time though — just get yourself a french press and a Breville grinder, and you’ll be set.

Posted: Friday August 28, 2009 by Alesh Houdek · Categories: Food · Comment feed: RSS, atom

 

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  1. doctordenim    Aug 28, 11:56 AM #  

    A cafetera goes for about $5, you get some Pilon or Bustelo coffee or any other brand of Arabica coffee, and you will have the best coffee at home.



  2. alesh    Aug 29, 07:19 AM #  

    could you clarify what a cafetera is, because the usual methods are very vague?



  3. john    Aug 29, 10:49 AM #  

    este, chico – www.elcolmadito.com/Arte/MasProductos/Pe…



  4. doctordenim    Aug 30, 04:44 AM #  

    thank you John



  5. alesh    Aug 30, 11:28 AM #  

    Yeah ok thanks. I do not disagree that if you are accustomed to it that is wonderful coffee indeed and that it is “a thing,” for everything that that is worth.

    But if you continue to insist Pilon and Bustelo, only available in Miami pre-ground as far as I know, are better then any reasonable freshly-ground bean, then I’d suggest that you’re in a slim minority among people with strong opinions about strong coffee.



  6. doctordenim    Aug 30, 03:06 PM #  

    I just mention those two brand because they are the two popular brands of arabica coffee here in South Florida. It doesn’t matter if its pilon or bustelo, just as long as its arabica, because it is delicious.



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