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Starbucks Passion for Coffee: A Starbucks Coffee Cookbook
     

Starbucks Passion for Coffee: A Starbucks Coffee Cookbook

by Dave Olsen
 
Get swept up in a passion for the worlds finest coffees as you learn the brewing secrets of Starbucks, North Americas leading roaster & retailer of specialty coffee beans. Olsen takes you on a journey of discovery highlighting coffees fascinating history & lore, agriculture & commerce. Expert advice guides you in making your own selections from the worlds best

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Get swept up in a passion for the worlds finest coffees as you learn the brewing secrets of Starbucks, North Americas leading roaster & retailer of specialty coffee beans. Olsen takes you on a journey of discovery highlighting coffees fascinating history & lore, agriculture & commerce. Expert advice guides you in making your own selections from the worlds best coffees. And simple, step-by-step instructions teach you how to brew the perfect cup of coffee every time. This beautifully full-color illustrated book concludes with 34 recipes for coffee cakes, biscotti, muffins, tarts, cookies & more, along with suggestions for the best coffees to enjoy with them.

Editorial Reviews

Alice Joyce
Starbucks coffee shops have eclipsed other coffee franchises and probably most independent ones. Whether enjoyed at home or in one of the now ubiquitous cafes that have appeared in major North American cities, freshly ground brewed coffee is experiencing a heyday. So it seems appropriate that Olsen, a Starbucks executive, would set forth this history describing the company's growth cycle and processing stages as a prelude to his instructions for brewing great coffee. Nice illustrations grace this little book, which contains more than 30 recipes for delectable and decadent sweets fit to accompany everything from a cafe au lait at sunrise to an evening espresso after a satisfying dinner.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780376026132
Publisher:
Sunset Books, Incorporated
Publication date:
09/28/1994
Pages:
96
Product dimensions:
7.84(w) x 9.34(h) x 0.52(d)

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