Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Tasty Tuesday~ Cottage Coffee

 Welcome to Tasty Tuesday at Dandelion House! Your go- to spot for trying something new, healthy, and frugal ( with a pinch of pretty) each week in your homestead kitchen.

 This weeks Tasty Tuesday recipe comes straight from the Cottage. Our cottage! This is the time of year we give way to a simpler life. Cottage Life! Our summer cottage is off grid so we make-do with  an old fashioned looking percolator coffee pot.Our model comes from Paula Deans Kitchen Collection. Here's the recipe! 

Cottage Coffee

Fresh ground coffee of your choice. ( We use DE-cafe Hazelnut cuz it's our favorite)!
Cold tap water
 For 5-6 cups of coffee you'll need a minimum of 1/3  - 1/2 cup coffee grounds.
( more if you like your coffee strong )

Never fill up your coffee pot above the holes on the inside of the pot.
It'll boil over every time. Trust me, I know!
Boil for 8 - ten minutes then turn off the burner and let the water drip down into the pot.
Serve hot right off the stove or pour into a coffee carafe to keep it hot!

We like to dip chocolate biscotti into our coffee... It's our Cottage Coffee treat!

Cream and sugar?

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Country Gal said...

Sounds good ! Love the red coffee pot so cute ! I have a blue one that we used when we were camping back in the day . Thanks for sharing ! Will have to give this a try to ! Have a good day !

Melanie said...

Where did you find that coffee pot? I love it!!! You made that coffee sound so good, even if it is so very hot and humid here!

Michelle said...

We have a old time percolator coffee pot that we use ever day. It makes wonderful coffee. We also have a fancy single cup coffee maker, but hardly ever use it.

Candy C. said...

I LOVE your percolator! I may have to get one of those for hubby, he's always saying perked coffee tastes better! :)

Linda said...

Your coffee pot is gorgeous. I also love hazelnut coffee.

Unknown said...

The coffee Pot is from Paula Deans' Kitchen Collection.
I got mine at Walmart!

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