25 Jun '12, 8pm

Instant Coffee in Cooking - A Cardinal Sin or a Necessary ...: Greetings fellow coffee connoisseurs, Recently, I...

Greetings fellow coffee connoisseurs, Recently, I visited a local book store and found "The Maxwell House Coffee Cookbook" featuring hundreds of coffee recipes for $1.50. For that price, I figured it was worth it. Most of the recipes that call for coffee recommend using "quality instant coffee." Of course, I've been involved in the specialty coffee community long enough to know that instant coffee is a terrible way to drink coffee, generally frowned upon by everyone who really cares about the quality of their cup, and even considered a cardinal coffee sin by many. My thinking is that I might run into problems with the extra cup or two of water that's added when using a good cup of brewed coffee. I don't want the desserts and cakes to taste terrible, but I also don't want them to change based on the extra H2O that I'll be adding. If you all have had any experience baking wi...

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