Cuisine at Home : 2020-02-11

1 Ingredien T 4 Ways : 67 : 67

1 Ingredien T 4 Ways

WHEN YOU THINK OF COFFEE, drip, espresso, latte, or some other drinkable form of the delicious bean probably comes to mind, but coffee is more than just a beverage. Though coffee is most commonly used in sweet forms, these four coffee-centric recipes prove it’s great in both sweet and savory applicatio­ns. Now, coffee-rubbed steaks isn’t a new idea, but when you use the steak drippings to create a vinaigrett­e for salad and steak, you won’t believe your taste buds. You’ve also probably never had black bean soup enhanced with freshly brewed coffee — you’ll be buzzing about it with all your friends. Black bean soup without coffee will really seem ho-hum after trying this one. And we’ve all likely had coffee cake, but none that actually contains any coffee. This simple cake is bursting with so much coffee flavor, you won’t even need to dunk it. Finally, homemade coffee liqueur — need I say more? If you’re a fan of the store-bought variety, this easy recipe will have you using it in everything, or simply as a sipper. 1/2 67 ISSUE 140 | APRIL 2020