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Topic: Coffee Jams and Jellies (9 msgs / 237 lines)
1) From: Seth Grandeau
We were on Maui very recently, and the nice people at MauiGrown coffee
(affiliated with Kaanapali Coffee, which Tom now carries) were selling
coffee jam and jelly.  We picked up one of each.  The jam had ground
pieces of dark roast mixed in.  Both were quite tasty.  Now for a
peanut butter and coffee jelly sandwich!
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2) From: Ryan M. Ward
I have always wanted to make a coffee flavored spaghetti sauce! Sounds weird but I have a hunch it would be good!
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3) From: raymanowen
"...coffee flavored spaghetti sauce." Well, which is it?  Would you marinate
the spaghetti in coffee before cooking, during cooking, (there would be the
bubble, bubble, bubble problem during cooking) a post-cooking soak in
coffee, or incorporate Turkish ground coffee in the myriad of ingredients in
the strongly flavored sauce?
Aw, nuts! I just remembered- I'll be somewhere else that day...
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4) From: Joseph Robertson
"coffee flavored spaghetti sauce! "
Funny. Sounds like a Dr. Suess story.
(Sorry for my bad spelling Doctor )
Joe
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5) From: Ryan M. Ward
"Aw, nuts! I just remembered- I'll be somewhere else that day..."
What wrong RayO, don't want to try my spaghetti sauce?
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6) From: Ryan M. Ward
I have found that weird combinations like this can lead to some really good stuff. I say now naysayers!! I will have my sauce! And it will be good!! (Don't tell my second grade teacher that I started a sentence with 'and').
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8) From: raymanowen
"...RayO, don't want to try my spaghetti sauce?"
Maybe three times in my life have I had spaghetti that had excellent flavor
and mouth feel by itself and was complimented by its delicate sauce.
Once, we actually had no sauce per se, just topped by a kind of soufflé
of Parmesan reggiano cheese, and a tiny sprinkle of balsamic vinegar or
wine-??  That was part of our "Welcome to the neighborhood" nearly 40 years
ago.
The furthest thing from my alleged mind was suggesting the addition of
coffee to the fare- I didn't really want to go for a ride in one of the
black Cadillacs or loong, long limo's that were parked on the street that
night.  More than two shots of wine and I take the wheelbarrow- they weren't
serving Mad Dog that night, and I knew nothing about coffee!  So, what's
changed?
Cheers, Mabuhay -RayO, aka Opa!
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9) From: denis bordeleau
Hi Ray ,                        I am  glad to kno=
w that you know about the taste of the pasta per se.        As a ma=
tter of fact it is not very difficult but so flavorful.  A big meat bolon=
esa  spaghetti  sauce is the *$ (Starbucks) of pasta.      Let's =
think simple, basic and differently.                   =
  First of all, never add oil to your cooking water for the reason   th=
e pastas will stick together.  It can be OK, but anything  you will add=
 after the cooking time  will not penetrate this barrier.        =
    You have to remember here that the funny forms of all these pastas =
are drawed by engineers  in such a way to increase the superficial area =
 (surface of contact)  of them so that they will be maximally impregnat=
ed ex: chariot weels,  penne striata, elbow macaroni, etce terra...)   =
                        Secondly, please never rins=
e your pastas, since   doing so,  there is a risk of
 erasing the fundamentals of the flavors  and you will probably scrap the=
 cooking juice.              Furthermore, if you stop  cook=
ing  them as short  as 2 minutes before the al dente tiempo suggested o=
n the box   they will achieve the second crack by themselves  solely =
 by resting  one upon   the other so that  after a while they will =
be in an urgent need of liquid in such a way that anything you will  then=
 add will be incorporated in the durum  wheat semolina born-to-life crisp=
y pasta  branches* (* in season only) momentum you just created.   ( No=
w is time to add the espresso because it will  facilitate the  all arou=
nd processus of  inverted osmosis impregnation by  the soft and swoll=
en stick of spaghetti who, without these cleverful instructions, would have=
 been standing  bored in the sauce)  .                 =
                                     =
                              And
 then and only then, is the time to  spray a light  dashful   of the =
 colors of fresh herbs and tomatoes, of olive oil and sea salt and freshl=
y ground four peppercorns complemented by  anything like capers, meat, se=
a food, cheese or any vegetable variance of tofu that  one of your neighb=
ours probably  knows about.       Denis
--- En date de : Dim, 25.7.10, raymanowen 
Objet : Re: [Homeroast] Coffee Jams and Jellies
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Date: dimanche 25 juillet 2010 16 h 08
"...RayO, don't want to try my spaghetti sauce?"
Maybe three times in my life have I had spaghetti that had excellent flavor
and mouth feel by itself and was complimented by its delicate sauce.
Once, we actually had no sauce per se, just topped by a kind of soufflé
of Parmesan reggiano cheese, and a tiny sprinkle of balsamic vinegar or
wine-??  That was part of our "Welcome to the neighborhood" nearly 40 yea=
rs
ago.
The furthest thing from my alleged mind was suggesting the addition of
coffee to the fare- I didn't really want to go for a ride in one of the
black Cadillacs or loong, long limo's that were parked on the street that
night.  More than two shots of wine and I take the wheelbarrow- they were=
n't
serving Mad Dog that night, and I knew nothing about coffee!  So, what's
changed?
Cheers, Mabuhay -RayO, aka Opa!
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