04 Jun '18, 12am

Home Roasting Coffee (BBQ Style)

I have been meaning to try roasting my own beans for quite a while, but the one issue that frightened me the most was “smoke.” It’s mentioned in all the roasting articles here, so there seemed no way around it. I’m from Texas, so we’re used to cooking outdoors. So, I simply replaced the oven and stove in the basic roasting recipes with my Weber gas grill. Here was my logic: it’s gas, it’s controllable heat (three burners with separate controls), and it has a visible thermostat. Most importantly (especially to my wife), it’s outdoors, so smoke becomes less of an issue.

Full article: https://ineedcoffee.com/barbeque-coffee/

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