How to Use a French Coffee Pot

How To : Make Incredible Coffee At Home With A French Press

Tired of conventional tar coffee in the morning? Why not switch over to a traditional French press for tasty, fresh morning coffee? The most important parts of this method is to ensure the coffee is ground coarse and not fine. Also, you'll notice I heat the water to around 20 ...more

How To : Make French press coffee at home

In this video, the instructor shows how to make French press coffee. Generally, you will want to use 2 tbsp of coffee for every 6 oz of coffee. You will need water that is close to boiling or around 200 degrees. First, pour the hot water over your ground coffee and let it sit ...more

How To : Make coffee using a French press

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CyIh00VonzY] This is an instructional video on how to use a French press coffee maker, or a "press-pot" coffee maker. The instructor tells you that with a French press you don't need to use a filter bec ...more

How To : Make a rustic French chicken Pot-au-Feu

This is another one pot dish that's great for the whole family. For this recipe, you will need: 4 pounds whole chicken, 1 teaspoon salt, 1/2 teaspoon black pepper, olive oil, 3/4 cup seasonal baby vegetables, 1-2 garlic cloves, 2 cups chicken stock, 1/2 pound unsalted butter, ...more

How To : Use a French press coffee maker

This video shows how to use a French press coffee maker. We need 8 0'clock coffee regular or course grind, teaspoon measure long handled spoon, Pyrex measuring cup, the French press coffee maker and a cup to drink from. Heat to boiling just enough filtered water to fill the Fr ...more

How To : Brew coffee with a French press

In this video from sethd85 we learn how to brew coffee with a French press. For this you need coffee beans, a French press, something boil water in, and water (filtered preferred), and a coffee grinder. First boil water. Now use 2 tablespoons of coffee beans and grind them up ...more

How To : Make Vietnamese coffee in a French press

Coffee helps make the world go round. Well not exactly, but it does help add a bit of energy to those who are finding an eight hour work day to be a tad bit overwhelming. Out of all the different types of coffee out there, this particular video will focus on Vietnamese coffee. ...more

How To : Make a better cup of coffee using a French press

Do you think you need to spend a hundred bucks to have good cup of coffee? This is not the case! All over Europe, they have been using the French press forever, and now you, too, can take advantage of this energy saving method. This is one of the cheapest ways there is to make ...more

How To : Use a French press to make coffee

First of all you need to have a French press which you can carry it wherever you are traveling. You only need to arrange for hot water for making the coffee through it. Now you have to go to your coffee shop and order them to grind coffee to French press blend for you. One tab ...more

How To : 3 Amazing Non-Coffee Uses for Your French Press

My French press is one of the most important tools in my kitchen. It's indispensable, and it's no small exaggeration when I say that I use it on a daily basis thanks to my coffee addiction. However, it gets used for a lot more than just my morning cuppa (and my second morning ...more

From Beans to Your Cup : A Coffee Primer

To say we're a nation of coffee-lovers is putting it mildly. Americans consume 400 million cups of joe in one day alone, but how well do we actually know our morning BFF? We know it comes from a bean, and that more coffee drinks exist than there are ways to skin a pig, but wha ...more

The Science of Frothing : How to Make Your Own Milk Foam

Once upon a time in America, there was coffee and there was decaf. That's it. No capuccinos. No espressos. And certainly no Starbucks. Coffee was just coffee, something that you bought at a gas station or donut shop. If you made it at home, it was either in a metal pot or inst ...more

How To : Say the names of kitchen items in French

Watch to learn how to say the names of things you use in the kitchen, like plates, colanders, and the stove, in French. un espirateur de table - small vaccuum une assiette creuse - a plate with a dip in the middle une assiette plate - a flat plate une balance - balance un batt ...more

How To : 5 Simple Ways to Perk Up Your Morning Joe

Ahh, coffee. That first sip of hot goodness in the morning is glorious, isn't it? There are days when you need it straight up: No extras, please. But what about those moments when you need a little something else? When that flavored French vanilla, hazelnut mocha, blah blah bl ...more

How To : Use a coffee filter for more than making coffee

Learn how to use a coffee filter for more than making coffee. Discover the versatility of coffee filters by learning all the things they can do besides straining your java. You Will Need * Coffee filters * Window cleaner * String or rubber bands * A little imagination * Tra ...more

How To : Grind coffee beans

Learn how to grind coffee beans. You don't have to do everything the easy way. Coffee tastes better with fresh-ground beans, and it doesn't take long to learn how. You Will Need * Whole coffee beans * And a coffee grinder or blender Step 1. Measure the beans Measure out th ...more

How To : Set Up a Coffee Station at Your Buffet

When having a large dinner party or family gathering, having a coffee station set up saves the Host/hostess a lot of busy work. Guests like getting their own beverages rather than having to ask for one, and the coffee station is the key solution. Plus, one can serve several ki ...more

How To : Reuse Old Coffee Grounds

Many people start their day with a fresh, hot cup of coffee. They purchase their coffee with care and enjoy it greatly. But what do you do with those grounds once you’ve drunk your coffee? Here are some uses for those used coffee grounds! Note: It's always easiest to handle co ...more

How To : Make a latte with US barista champ Heather Perry

This is a video showing how to make a perfect latte at home. First the coffee is ground and then she pours some milk. The presenter says that 1/3 of the daily requirement of milk can be found in a latte. Once the coffee is ground it is brewed. She uses a lot of coffee so that ...more

How To : Make bacon, egg and cheese flavored coffee

In this video, we learn how to make bacon, egg, and cheese flavored coffee. This is great if you don't have time for breakfast, because it combines your food with your coffee. You will need: grated cheese, bacon bits, and powdered eggs. First, pour instant coffee into a bowl a ...more

How To : Make the world's best Masala chai tea

The Digital Chef shows how he makes Masala Chai Tea, also known as Indian Spice Tea. To make the tea you will need some black tea, fresh cloves, fresh cardamom seeds, fresh cinnamon stick, fresh ginger root cut into chunks, a bit of pepper, and some water and milk. (He grinds ...more

How To : Make a Cajun pot roast in your Crock Pot

Cajun Cooking TV shows viewers how to make a Cajun pot roast in your crock pot. First chop up turnip roots, baby carrots, shallots and garlic. First, cut several holes into your steak and stick garlic into each hole. Now season the meat with all purpose season on all sides! No ...more

How To : Clean a coffee maker

This video tutorial is in the food category which will show you how to clean a coffee maker with vinegar. First you got to remove the used coffee powder from the coffee pot and put it in a compost maker or in the garbage bin. Then add one part vinegar and two parts water in th ...more

How To : Make Arabic (or Turkish) coffee

Enjoyed throughout the Middle East, Arabic coffee is deliciously rich, and easy to make at home. Watch this video to learn how to make Arabic (or Turkish) coffee. You Will Need * 3 c A long-handle Turkish coffee pot, called an ibrik * 1 tsp Dark-roast coffee, ground as finel ...more

How To : Build a comprehensive chuck box for camping

In order to build a good chuck box, you will need to do a lot of planning in advance, in order to make sure that you have the essentials and keep the weight of your chuck box down. The most important thing is weight, but you also need to consider: assembly, containers, modula ...more

How To : Throw a champagne brunch

It’s time to celebrate! What better way than with a bubbly brunch? You Will Need * Champagne * Orange juice * Peach nectar * Coffee * Tea * Food * Tables * Champagne flutes and juice glasses * Plates * Flatware * A coffee pot * A teapot * Coffee and tea cups * Chairs * Invitat ...more

How To : Make ramen noodle soup with a coffee maker

This video illustrate us how to make ramen noodle soup with a coffee maker. Here are the following steps: step 1: First of all take all the things required that is coffee maker, ramen noodles, water, onion powder, chicken powder and other flavors. Step 2: Now take water in ...more

How To : Make a superb cup of coffee

Now, this may only be one man's process for the perfect cup of coffee, but we're going to guess it must be pretty good. Watch and learn how to make a superb cup of coffee according to Ian at ShowMeDo. Oh, if you plan to try this yourself, make sure you have a french press coff ...more

How To : Make a bong out of PVC pipe

Brian and Charles are a do-it-yourself team that call themselves "IngeniousBongs," and they have dedicated themselves to producing a series is instructional videos in which they demonstrate how to construct a wide variety of different smoking devices including bongs, pipes, an ...more

How To : Make iced coffee with milk

Learn how to make iced coffee. Get your caffeine jolt and chill out at the same time with an iced coffee. You Will Need * Coffee * A refrigerator * And ice cubes * Sugar * An ice cube tray * And milk or cream Step 1. Brew some coffee Brew a pot of very strong coffee – at ...more

How To : Set up web video chat

Video chatting over the Internet is an inexpensive way to keep in touch with your family and friends. This video will show you how to set up web video chat. Step 1. Buying a webcam If you don’t already have a webcam, you’ll need to get one. A webcam for video chatting can be ...more

How To : Make Irish coffee

Anthony Caporale gets help from the staff of Bean Traders coffee shop in Durham,NC in making this classic. This video starts off with David Chapman, the owner of Bean Traders, giving a quick Coffee 101 for the uninitiated, followed by Madonna the manager showing how to make co ...more

How To : Make iced coffee

Does your iced coffee get watered down from adding in ice cubes? Enjoy a tastier iced coffee at home with these handy tips. Take a pot of hot coffee and pour it into an ice tray and make cubes. Whenever you want ice coffee, just pull out your coffee cubes. A secret for sugar u ...more

How To : Make marijuana butter

Sweet Baby Ruth shows you how to make a cannabis infused butter, perfect for baking cookies, brownies, etc. The tools of the trade are a coffee grinder and crock pot. Co-producer Warren Sanford lends a hand in the kitchen.

How To : Make a chocolate cake from scratch

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a chocolate cake from scratch. You will need: sugar, cooking chocolate, white flour, black coffee, butter, orange juice, orange peel, eggs, and baking powder to make this cake. First, melt the chocolate into the coffee in a pot over low h ...more

How To : Make a cappuccino without an espresso machine

In this tutorial, we learn how to make a cappuccino at home without using a cappuccino maker. First, use your french press to make coffee, using whichever coffee you prefer. Next, pour the hot coffee into a glass and warm up skim milk in a sauce pan. Then, pour the milk into t ...more

How To : Bake Meringue Cookies

Find out how to get crisp meringues every time. Meringue cookies are mostly sugar and egg whites. They are a classic French cookie often paired with tea or coffee, and are hard to get right if you're not familiar with making them. Video: .

How To : French press a faux latte

Do you want to have the latte experience without having to buy an espresso machine? Follow along with this coffee how-to video as Alton uses the French press to create the perfect faux latte. You'll love this latte technique, and you won't be shelling out money to go to Starbu ...more

How To : Cook beef bourguignon

In this tutorial cooking video, chef Brian prepares the classic French recipe "Beef Bourguignon" in a slow cooker crock pot. This stew recipe is very tasty, one whole bottle of red wine will do that.

How To : Make a French press cappucino

There's nothing better than a well made cappucino in the morning. Take your coffee experiences to new heights my learning how to make your own cappucino using a French press. You won't be sorry!

How To : Make homemade Chanukah menorah candles

Get ready to brighten up your Chanukah celebration with some homemade Menorah candles, like in this how-to video. You will need paraffin wax, a double boiler (metal coffee can set on top of a wire screen in a large pot of boiling water), a wooden spoon, a bowl filled with cold ...more

News : Summer Theme

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How To : Make French mushroom soup

Clare Jones from Mushrooms Canada teaches you how to make French Mushroom soup, that is sure to become a favorite in your household! In a soup pot, melt 1/4 cup butter. Add 1 lb of sliced, fresh mushrooms; you can use any combination of mushrooms that you wish. Let the mushroo ...more

How To : Make Rice Krispie treats vegan style

In this video we learn how to make Rice Krispie treats vegan style. You will need: 1 c light corn syrup, 3/4 c sugar, 1 tbsp soy margarine, 1/2 tsp French vanilla extract, and 6 c Rice Krispie Treats. To start, melt all of the ingredients except for the vanilla and the cereal ...more

How To : Make lentil soup

Lentils are sold in many varieties and colors: split, whole, brown, green, black, red, white, French. For the most tender, toothsome lentil, one that won’t fall apart in soup, stick with the brown, green, or French (also called “puy”) variety. Watch this howcast video to learn ...more

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