Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Does New York want a gigantic new Starbucks? The company bets yes.

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Coffee

At Canlis in Seattle, Natalie Stevens runs a little coffee bar inside the restaurant. Here, she shares her favorite coffee gifts.

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Coffee

King’s Row Coffee offers a different approach to an extremely good cup of coffee.

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This Week in Food News

If that first cup of coffee in the morning feels like a lifesaver, you’ll be pleased to find out that it actually could literally be keeping you alive longer.

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Trendspotting

Bakeshops have become America’s favorite new hangouts, serving phenomenal cakes, cookies and pies. 

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Big Ideas

Is today’s coffee too strong to drink? Writer and veteran caffeine consumer Marnie Hanel investigates.

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Chefsteps

As its legions of fans will readily attest, cold-brew coffee—with its low acidity and rich body—is well worth the 24 hours it usually takes to make. Given the option, however, wouldn't you rather make it in two?

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Trendspotting

Nobletree, a new Brooklyn roaster, offers classes for bean obsessives—and aspiring coffee-grading professionals. How do you score?

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Expert Guide

To preview some of the single origin coffees they’ll be serving at their forthcoming Brooklyn roastery, slated to open in Red Hook in April, the good folks from Nobletree popped by the F&W office to school us in the art of brewing.

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Chefsteps

In this video, coffee expert James Hoffman of Square Mile Coffee explains the concept of extraction, which is exactly what you need to perfect in order to get an ideal cup of coffee.

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