[Homeroast] My Coffee/Tea Class
lynnebiz at gmail.com
Wed Jan 11 21:35:34 CST 2012
OK, now I seriously want to attend St.Mary's. Seems like it might be a bit
of a commute from Massachusetts, but this sounds fantastic.
Thanks for leaving lurk-mode to share this. What a terrific idea for a
Around here, Boston University has a food & wine program that is
interesting (but I couldn't afford their prices). I know that Jacques Pepin
was involved w/this program - read that he couldn't partake in the last
seminar, though, due to a hip operation. :(. Lately, they seem to be taking
it to a more professional level than previously, though. Bridgewater State
south of the Boston area has classes that sound similar to yours - there's
a geography professor there who is a homeroaster, and he incorporates
everything in connection to coffee. I wish the college was near me, because
I would def attend it if I could.
Good luck - please keep us posted. Sounds terrific.
On Wed, Jan 11, 2012 at 4:25 PM, Anthony Talo <anthony.talo at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hello List!
> Just wanted to un-lurk to let you know that my class at Saint Mary's
> College of CA made the newspaper. The class is titled "Battle of the
> Beverage Giants: Coffee vs. Tea" - I know a dumb name for a class but it
> has attracted attention and filled quickly. The students are learning about
> the history, anthropology, biology and chemistry of coffee and tea.
> We just finished pan-roasting 6lbs of Sweet Maria's finest and the students
> are pretty jazzed (also caffeinated). I know that a couple of them are
> going to order from Sweet Maria's and roast at home themselves!
> I just wanted to say thanks to all on this list for their inspiration and
> "Thanks!" to Sweet Maria's for being right over the hill here in the Bay
> area. I've included two links, on for the online version in the Contra
> Costa Times, and the other, a PDF archived by Saint Mary's of the original,
> paper version.
> Tony Talo
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