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Topic: Coffee Recipe (6 msgs / 225 lines)
1) From: Joseph A. Feliciani
Hi all,
I just received this recipe from Weber in an email. I know how a lot of
you like these types of recipes so here it is:
Coffee-Crusted Pork Chops with Bourbon Cream Sauce 
Direct/Medium
Sauce
1  tablespoon butter 
1/4  cup finely chopped yellow onion 
1  teaspoon minced garlic 
1/4  cup bourbon whiskey  
1  cup low-sodium beef stock 
6  tablespoons heavy cream 
1  teaspoon finely chopped fresh thyme 
  Kosher salt 
  Freshly ground black pepper 
 
Rub
1  teaspoon finely ground dark-roasted coffee 
1  teaspoon finely chopped fresh thyme 
1  teaspoon kosher salt 
1/2  teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 
4  boneless pork loin chops, about 1 inch thick, trimmed of excess fat 
To make the sauce: In a medium saucepan over medium-high heat, melt the
butter. Add the onions and cook until tender, about 3 minutes, stirring
occasionally to prevent browning. Add the garlic and cook for 1 minute
more, stirring occasionally. Remove the saucepan from the heat,
carefully add the bourbon, and return the saucepan to the heat (watch
out; it might flame). Once the flame subsides, reduce the heat to medium
and add the beef stock and cream. Simmer until about 1/3 cup liquid
remains, 15 to 20 minutes, stirring occasionally (times will vary
depending on the diameter of your pan). Add the thyme. Season with salt
and pepper to taste.
To make the rub: In a small bowl, mix the rub ingredients with your
fingertips.
Lightly brush or spray both sides of the pork chops with oil and season
evenly with the rub, pressing the spices into the meat. Allow to stand
at room temperature for 20 to 30 minutes before grilling. Grill over
Direct Medium heat until barely pink in the center of the meat, 8 to 10
minutes, turning once. Let rest 3 to 5 minutes before serving. Bring the
sauce to a simmer and serve warm with the chops. 
Makes 4 servings
Joe
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2) From: Andy Thomas
The recent maple syrup thread reminded of this old
family recipe:
-Brew a pot of coffee using your favorite brew method.
I suggest Kona or JBM, unless you have something even
more expensive.
-Transfer to a saucepan and place on high heat for
however long it takes to reduce to about 10 percent
original volume.
-Sweeten to taste with clarified beet juice.
Besides being fantastic on pancakes, can also be used
as furniture stain or skunk repellent. 
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3) From: Gene Smith
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alone...
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riding the wild learning curve, in Houston

4) From: Phil Palmintere
A few months ago, I posted to this list that I had found an old book
copyright 1963 titled “Coffee:  Recipes, Customs, Facts & Fancies” by J=
ean
Gordon.  Well, we’ve moved, and I’m unpacking boxes, and I stumbled acr=
oss
it.  I thought I’d share with everyone a recipe from this book today, and
one of its fun facts.
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FACT:  William Harvey bequeathed to the London College of Physicians
fifty-six pounds of coffee with the proviso that his colleagues meet
together each month on the day of his death & drink a cup of coffee in his
honor.
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RECIPE:  Coffee Tapioca Pudding
·         1 egg, separated
·         5 tablespoons sugar
·         2 cups coffee
·         3 tablespoons quick-cooking tapioca
·         1/8 teaspoon salt
·         ½ teaspoon vanilla
·         1 cup cream, whipped
·         Chocolate syrup
·         Chopped walnuts
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Beat egg white until foamy.  Add 2 tablespoons sugar gradually, beating
until mixture forms peaks.  Set aside.  In saucepan beat egg yolk slightly
with ¼ cup coffee.  Add tapioca, salt, remaining coffee, and sugar.  Stir
over medium heat until mixture comes to a boil.  Remove from heat and slowly
pour mixture into egg whites blending well.  Add vanilla.  Cool.   Stir once
again after 15 minutes.  When chilled spoon alternate layers of tapioca
mixture, whipped cream, and chocolate syrup into parfait glasses.  Top with
whipped cream and chopped nuts.  Makes 6 to 8 servings.
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I haven’t tried the above recipe, having just now opened a moving box &
finding this 47 year old recipe book.
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Anyone game to try it?
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5) From: slinkster
Oh yum. I'll make that tomorrow (and probably eat it all).
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6) From: g paris
hey guy:
will give it a try in the morning. sounds great...
ginny
thanks for posting this; I will steal it and out it on HRO
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