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Williams-Sonoma is nowcarrying a selection of specialty brewing equipment and accessories from Hario, a glass-manufacturing giant from Japan, including the unusual iced coffee slow drippers.
They also have the more standard pouring kettle, grinder and filter cone and woodnecks.
The Japanese coffee gear is stocked at most of the company’s stores, and on williams-sonoma.com.
Graphic via NYT
Coffee’s Slow Dance
NYT, February 9, 2011
> Take a look at the chart above constructed from the Bureau of Labor and Statistics 2009 Consumer Expenditure Survey. It conveys a sense of how Egypt’s poverty combined with the sharp rise in food prices sparked the political revolt against the Mubarek government. The chart illustrates how the lower income groups in the U.S….Read More
In the US, we eat almost 300 million turkeys per year. About a third of them are consumed in the month between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Let the slaughter begin! hat tip Flowing Data > See also: • The Genetics of White Meat and Dark Meat from Scientific American (Thanks, Erin Biba!) • Tyrannosaurus Rex Had…Read More
Robert H. Lustig, MD, UCSF Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Endocrinology, explores the damage caused by sugary foods. He argues that fructose (too much) and fiber (not enough) appear to be cornerstones of the obesity epidemic through their effects on insulin. Series: UCSF Mini Medical School for the Public [7/2009] [Health and Medicine]
Way back in April 2004, I discussed why most people make bad coffee (Your Coffee Sucks!). In 2006, I got a Capresso 455 grinder/brewer/thermos for a B-Day (it was $300). Since then, its dropped to about $200 (Amazon), but I noticed in today’s NYT that you can pick one up for $119 (refurbished) at J&R….Read More
Well, THAT was no fun. I seemed to have eaten something yesterday — breakfast and lunch from the same deli — that caused quite a bit of intestinal distress. I thought I might actually go to the hospital last night to check for Appendicitis. Flushed out my system with lots of liquids instead. Will return…Read More
Category: Food and Drink
Superdawg has been a Chicago institution for more than half a century. Its owned by friends of our family in Chicago (Congrats on opening your second shop!) Here are the photos of the opening, and of Maurie and Flo getting installed on the shops roof: My inlaws can be seen in picture 3 here >…Read More