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The guide to brewing better coffee at home. Let Brian Jones—the guy who founded the blog Dear Coffee, I Love You—unpack coffee bean quality, equipment and brewing techniques so you'll know the difference between a pourover and a cold brew, a French press and moka pot and, most importantly, how to craft the perfect cup of coffee. <ul><li>Hardcover.</li><li>Import.</li><li>Select stores.</li></ul>


Monmoth Coffee (Seven Dials): Coffee roasters and institution in London's Seven Dials. Gorgeous coffee and beans available for sale. Their Covent Garden location is only small, so plan on taking away.

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Homemade Amaretto

Make this Homemade Amaretto instead of buying it at the store! Amaretto is definitely in our liquor rotation. We use it to make Pear Martinis and these Chocolate Chip Shooters. Or just for sipping all by itself, but it will set you back about 40 bucks. So it’s a good thing you only need a half a shot... Read More

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How To Make Wine In Just One Week

Ok, there are tons of homemade wine recipes on the internet. This is the lazy man's recipe that only requires TWO ingredients available at ANY grocery store and your wine will be ready to drink in one week or less. The taste will improve and alcohol...