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By: Lesley

Fri, 18 Apr 2008 21:17:30 +0000

I lived in New England, Maine to be specific, and found the plethora of Dunkin' Donuts shops that bragged about their awful coffee discouraging and couldn't believe that Boston's Logan Airport only carries their coffee in their shops YUK! The small, independent coffee house is mos def the way to go. If you are ever in Phoenix, AZ try Lux - fabulous coffee house.

By: The Leftover Queen

Mon, 10 Mar 2008 20:01:48 +0000

That sounds really good! I do love my coffee!

By: Laura Foley

Mon, 10 Mar 2008 19:05:44 +0000

I always stop at Shelburne Falls Coffee Roasters on my way to Western Massachusetts. They serve a Mexican coffee with cayenne pepper that is out of this world! I kind of got the same effect at home with my coffee press by adding about 1/4 t. cinnamon, 1 t. cocoa powder, and 1/8 t. cayenne pepper to the coffee. But SFCR has nothing to worry about.

By: The Left Over Queen » Blog Archive » The Leftover Queen’s “Favorite Things”: Holiday Gifts For Foodies

Fri, 14 Dec 2007 16:32:27 +0000

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By: Valerie

Sat, 03 Nov 2007 13:34:46 +0000

Lucky, lucky, lucky. I have yet to have a good cup of coffee or espresso here in Milton, FL. I miss Portland, OR so much and how passionate people were over there about their coffee. :-( I'm so glad you enjoyed your time there!

By: The Leftover Queen

Fri, 02 Nov 2007 00:11:25 +0000

Thanks Belinda! It really was awesome! I can understand any kind of coffee/tea/chocolate addicition! They are all similar in my book! Hi Rick! I am so glad you stopped by! Lisa's website is also on The Foodie Blogroll - her website is called Lisabeeen Home Roasted Coffee. Please check her out! She is awesome and glad to help!

By: Rick

Thu, 01 Nov 2007 02:17:04 +0000

I wish we had some artisan coffee shops here... or more at lest. Ever since I've been roasting my own coffee, I've given up on expecting a decent iced americano from the chain cafes. I even gave up on another independent cafe that I thought was so good, but really depends on who is the barista on duty. Does Lisa have a blog or website? I'd like to learn more about blending my roasts... Great coffee post!

By: Belinda

Thu, 01 Nov 2007 00:31:43 +0000

Athough I like coffee, I am a tea fanatic, to the point of panicking if I'm running low on my stash, generously supplied and regenerated often by my aunt in London. Your trip to New England sounds like such fun, and I'm so glad you got to indulge your passion for "real" coffee while you were there. :-)

By: The Leftover Queen

Tue, 30 Oct 2007 11:12:30 +0000

Thanks Cris! That sounds wonderful!

By: Cris

Mon, 29 Oct 2007 11:10:08 +0000

Oh I love coffee too!!! I would love to send you some, if you would like to try, please e-mail me your address Jenn. Oh, and you can see pictures of coffee on my photo blog here here. I used to roast and grind our own coffee at home.

By: The Leftover Queen

Mon, 29 Oct 2007 01:42:55 +0000

Well you can understand Cynthia, because you love tea so much! :)

By: Cynthia

Sat, 27 Oct 2007 01:53:48 +0000

Pure liquid love (lol) I am not a coffee lover but I understand the lure