Thursday, March 19, 2015

Leftover Coffee

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Leftover Coffee Uses





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11 comments:

FishStyx said...

Ummm..ok.
"Leftover" coffee...not familiar with the term.

...and let me grab the low hanging fruit...

"put the cubes in a glass of VEGAN milk for instant(ish) iced coffee"
"Store leftover coffee in a pitcher in the refrigerator for an iced coffee any time you want one. This is how we “made” our iced coffee at the coffee shop I worked at"

Wow. Who is this 20-something hipster douche-keteer that believes that chilling coffee is some sort of trade secret?

...keep in mind...
They drive and they VOTE.

Stu Tarlowe said...

Dittos to the above comment. It reminds me of the joke about how ice cubes are no longer served in Poland, because the recipe was lost.

And Hey, if we're talking "off-label" uses for coffee, why no mention of red-eye gravy?

Also, I used to greatly enjoy sprinkling ground coffee over ice cream.

Kim du Toit said...

LOL this article somehow misses the point that we're shifting towards single-serve coffee (Keurig, Nespresso etc) and therefore there is no "leftover" coffee. It's the reason we substituted Keurig for Bunn in the first place, and never looked back. (For that matter, I can't remember when last we made a pot of tea, either.)

Skoonj said...

During World War Two, battleship sailors used coffee to clean the main deck. It worked very well. A hunting friend I knew was on BB Nevada, and told me that's how it was done on his ship.

Anonymous said...

I, for one, hate iced coffee. Cold coffee is pretty much the same as warm beer. Undrinkable.

Scottiebill

Esteve said...

What list of leftover coffee uses could be complete without the "coffee enema"?

Anonymous said...

We used to take old mess hall coffee and put it in garden sprayers and use it to clean the undercarrige of our trucks and jeeps.

Rodger the Real King of France said...

The Coffee enema; Steve McQueen's last dance

Anonymous said...

Leftover coffee??!! Huh?
I make a pot of coffee every other day. I drink half and then reheat the other half the next day with the microwave. The trick is not to let it sit there cooking. After it is brewed, I unplug the machine.

jim

DougM said...

For Kim
And what is this "leftover coffee" of which you speak?
Sure, I suppose that kind of thing is possible,
but I don't remember having ever seen one in the wild.

Murphy(AZ) said...

Where/Who EVER has "left-over coffee?"

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