Tag: Coffee

Podcast Episode 6 – Tim Cruickshank of Bonefrog Coffee and Cellars

Podcast Episode 6 – Tim Cruickshank of Bonefrog Coffee and Cellars

Show Highlights This episode of the podcast is an interview with Tim Cruickshank, US Navy Seal, Retired and the founder of Bonefrog Coffee and Bonefrog Cellars. We discuss some of his Navy Seal background, service and the genesis of the coffee and wine label and […]

Irish Coffee

Irish Coffee

Like most tales from the Emerald Isle, the origin of Irish Coffee seems to have more versions of its history than could possibly be true. The idea of mixing a spirit or liqueur with coffee most likely has heritage in other parts of Europe. The […]

Pumpkin Spice Syrup

Pumpkin Spice Syrup

I hate to admit this but I actually like the Pumpkin Spice Lattes. Not everyone makes them well, but a lot of places do and it although I don’t “embrace all that is pumpkin” I have been known to make a pie, maybe some pumpkin […]

Making Coffee at Home – AeroPress

Making Coffee at Home – AeroPress

Developed by the famed inventor of the Aerobie frisbee, Alan Adler, the AeroPress is quite simply one of the best ways to manually create optimal coffee brewing pressure at home. Light and simple to use, we love bringing this along when we are camping. Please […]

Making Coffee at Home – V60 Pour Over

Making Coffee at Home – V60 Pour Over

The V60 Pour Over is one of our personal favorites. Serves 1-2 balanced cups of coffee and since it takes a little more time, give you that zen coffee-brewing experience along the way. Like the Chemex, the V60 shows up the complexities and nuance of […]

10 MORE Things You Should Teach your Son

10 MORE Things You Should Teach your Son

You probably saw the post. Most likely you loved it. I supposed outside of cooking, it is one area I know a little something about…sons. I decided on this Father’s Day that I should share 10 more things a dad should teach his son. Basic […]

Making Coffee at Home – French Press

Making Coffee at Home – French Press

Ah, the French Press. Much debate on origin of the name here in the Pick and Brew office, but it is universally accepted as one of the premier coffee brewing methods. Using a coarse grind, the hot water pulls on each ground, extracting premium flavor […]

Making Coffee at Home – Chemex

Making Coffee at Home – Chemex

Personally, I think a pour-over method is the best way to drink coffee on the weekends. A little more care, a little slower pace, and a whole lot more flavor than the commuter cup of coffee we have become accustomed to. The Chemex is one […]

Davenport Hotel Coffee Cake

Davenport Hotel Coffee Cake

Word through the family is that my great grandparents, Lee Chandler and Anne Bridget Kelly met at the Davenport in Spokane while both employees of the famed hotel. Lee was a maître d’ while Anne, we think, was a waitress. I have been doing a […]

Friday Wrap Up

Friday Wrap Up

What a week! Is it just me or is time going by faster and faster? I was warned that as my kids get older, time would only move along quicker. They are right. Wasn’t it just yesterday that I was depressed over the Seahawks game?? […]