Do you get a little uncomfortable when your friends are sparring in coffeespeak? Do you confuse your Arabica and your Robusta? After all, it hasn’t been long since you mastered Latte, Macchiato, Cappuccino, Expresso and Frappuccino!
Here’s a list of how each coffee bean differs:
Grown in Africa, New Guinea, Latin America, Brazil and India
Higher in caffeine
Considered inferior to Arabica
Grown in Africa, Indonesia, Brazil and India
While coffee is nice and bold in the morning, you can also think of coffee as a flavoring. Coffee gives a bold boost to lots of savory or sweet dishes. When you cook with meat and include coffee, you make a bracing rub, sauce or marinade. Find some of these recipes at Sheknows.com and her Cooking meat with coffee.
On the same site find additional recipes for cooking with coffee — Cooking-sweet-and-savory-dishes-with-coffee.