[Homeroast] I'm Hungry - Think I'll Eat a Cup of Coffee This Morning...
lynnebiz at gmail.com
Tue Aug 7 07:35:27 CDT 2012
Haha! Yes, I do appreciate this - you are truly a lemonade gal! It sounds
delicious - this is the sort of mistake that becomes family favorites in my
house. Yes, that photo in the link looks like there is a hard shell to keep
the coffee/espresso from soaking through.
Beats what my daughter did when she was first learning to bake (teen or
preteen days). She added salt instead of sugar. But then again, this was
the girl who made me a sandwich to make me feel better when I was sick,
when she was a toddler. Peanut butter and pickles. Up until recently, she
thought I really ate it (I was that clever, haha)!
On Mon, Aug 6, 2012 at 7:07 PM, Bonnie Polkinghorn <
bonnie.polkinghorn at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Lynne,
> As a baker, you will appreciate this, it reminds me of the time I forgot to
> add eggs to the cupcake batter. They made perfect little cups. They
> tasted great. We filled them with ice cream and ate them like cones. But
> for coffee or espresso, it looks like they have a super hard sugar coating
> that doesn't melt from the hot liquid that keeps the outside of the cup
> from getting soggy. I imagine they have to drink it fairly quickly!
> Thanks for the laughs!
> On Fri, Aug 3, 2012 at 6:40 AM, Lynne <lynnebiz at gmail.com> wrote:
> > David Lebovitz shared this link on Facebook:
> > http://www.psfk.com/2012/07/edible-coffee-cup.html
> > I won't say that this is the* weirdest* idea ever put forth in connection
> > w/coffee... I guess this all depends on the quality of the 'cup'...
> > This reminds me about *way* back, when I used to seek out huge bags of
> > Lavazza, as it was the best I could find... then I started roasting my
> > own... maybe we could bake our own edible cups, too? :D
> > Hahaha - this would prove that I truly have too much time on my hands...
> > Lynne
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