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Don’t Mess with My Coffee by Bruce Judisch — 4 Comments

  1. Great post, Bruce (and great book!)
    I’ve been accused of being a “coffee snoot,” and (like Goldilocks?) am always trying to find the best way to fill my cup with the best. Water, beans, grind, measurements. . . A guest recently laughed when he saw me weighing the grounds on a postal scale. Just right . . .

    • LOL, Candace. I get it . We’ve been known to grind our own beans. A former pastor of ours even insisted on roasting his own. I never quite understood weak coffee… 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting.

      Cheers! Bruce

  2. Great interview and excerpt from your book, Bruce.
    My parents made black coffee and although I loved
    the smell, I never could drink it! Nothing was added
    to it, and they heated the same dark liquid the next
    morning! I know people who can’t function without it,
    and I’m happy I’m not one of them! Great sense of humor,
    Bruce, and it comes through in Quimby Pond.

    • Hi Diane! Although I like it strong, I really prefer to have just a touch of cream added. It takes the bite off the acid. My dad takes it black now, which he would never have done when I was growing up. Times change, tastes change, no?

      Now, reheating the same stuff the next morning…sorry. (yikes!) Above all else, it’s gotta be fresh. 🙂

      Cheers! Bruce