Can you make an instructable on how to make Turkish Coffee??
Posted by hwihl 9 years ago
Has anyone tried making a centrifuge coffee maker? Coffee from a French Press is some of the finest you can brew, but it takes too long for the grounds to settle out. A coffee centrifuge would (in principle) give you the French Press taste, with the clarity and smoothness of a filter machine. It's just a question of how you'd go about making one!?
Asked by 2020science 8 years ago
I dont think the fairy vomit is detrimental to said morning beverage, just unsightly
Asked by timgray 8 years ago
I was just wondering how much strong, black coffee you would need to drink before you die. I think that weight is somewhat relative to the answer so if it helps I am about 9 stone heavy. Anyone got an answer?
Asked by Ikkalebob 7 years ago
I'm looking for a modern design that can be used for camping or working on a site away from a shop. It cannot be made from glass nor have exotic metals. I'm looking for something that can be easily made for low cost. I had thought about modifying a percolator type coffee pot but I'm not sure if it were to work. If anyone has a instructable or a link, that would be great. I've already done a ton of internet searching but it always sends me to the 18th/19th century stuff or out- of -stock models made 20 years ago.
Asked by javajunkie1976 6 years ago
It's strong and robust without being bitter
I used to buy this coffee at Rafal's in Detroit (Leading spice importer) but it closed down and none of the local specialty grocery stores sell the coffee, Amazon lists the coffee but it is unobtainable at this time. I tried adding Kroger orange essence to generic run 'o' the mill coffee but it was weak (Even after adding the entire little bottle) and it had a "Candy" like flavour that was actually slightly sweet and not like the coffee which is slightly bitter. I have my trusty Ronco dehydrator and have considered looking for tart Florida oranges to dry and cut for use in the mix. I came up empty on a Yahoo and Google search and so hopefully someone has the smarts and knowledge to replicate the coffee. I prefer to make things myself over buying them but desperation is setting in and I will break down and buy coffee if I need to.
Asked by Earlofmercia 7 years ago
I'm typically using the beans for espresso. I have found that freezing them reduces the crema I can get out of them.
Asked by lebowski 9 years ago
I have the can so i can get coffee into school but i cant get that fruity smell out of it so when you are trying to drink coffee the smell makes you think that the coffee taste fruity how do i get it out???
Asked by Don,t try this at home 7 years ago
Just over a year ago, the BBC had a coffee-powered car built, along the lines of this popular instructable. Now, that same car has been used to set a new speed record for a gasification-powered car, previously set at 47mph by Beaver Energy, using a car run on gasified wood-chips. With his car running coffee grounds, engineer Martin Bacon and his team from County Durham. pushed the record up to 65mph, an official Guinness Record, although it falls short of the team's goal of 80mph. The BBC article is here, but if you're outside the UK, and can't watch the video, the same video is below, but lacks the voices.
Posted by Kiteman 6 years ago
Some of you will have seen the Honda that runs on trash. Jimmason built a gasification plant into the back end of the Honda, and ran the car on the gas produced. A classic Make, which the BBC have recreated, in the form of a car that runs on used coffee grounds. The video is here (click and scroll down to the second video) - it won't embed from the BBC. No sign of a credit for the source, but I do know that the chap in the video knows this site exists, since I tried to persuade him to join. What do you reckon - coincidence or plagiarism?
Posted by Kiteman 8 years ago
Currently, the Keurig B60 can only make up to a 10oz cup, which is actually 9.5oz. I would like to know if there is anyway to tamper with the settings etc, and increase that amount. I realize that you can simply set it to run again by selecting another cycle, but I would like to avoid that.
Asked by joshfei 4 years ago
Coffee tables can really bring a room together, especially if they're high-tech and provide their own entertainment. They're expensive, as the site suggests, but just the ideas warrant personal kudos. Of course, as with any coffee table, you'll need to have a coffee table book about coffee tables.Link via Neatorama
Posted by joshf 9 years ago
My brother bought 8 O'clock coffee in the "columbian" variety. he bought it for my espresso machine. I really prefer dark roast for my coffee. is there a way to take the medium roast columbian coffee and roast it to full dark awesomeness?
Asked by codongolev 8 years ago
I just had one, so I figured Id ask. I dont know if I still do, but I was just curious.
Asked by ThinkoutsidetheBOX 9 years ago
I had this idea coming up for a gift: -grounded coffee beans in a can or something like this, which is making the room smelling of fresh coffee. It shouldn't be that the room always smells like coffee, just if you feel like it should. - I thought also of a coffee candle, but candles as gifts are so boring, I want something more exciting ...I am stuck right now, can you help me out with some inspiration? Thanks a lot!!! ps: the person I want to give it to, adores coffee :-)
Asked by jarneola 8 years ago
Ok, so this is my first post. I love this site! Anyway, I have a couple of old coffee pots that still heat the water, they just dont make coffee anymore. Im wondering if maybe i could make a very small and very low energy use space heater out of the parts. any ideas on how this might be accomplished would be great.
Posted by kithso 9 years ago
Next week we'll be beginning the Coffee Cup Challenge. Make an Instructable that shows a cool reuse of a paper coffee cup and win a solar-powered Voltaic backpack and some gift cards for Starbucks coffee! You can use one cup or a thousand. You can use them on their own or add anything else to it. Just show us a cool use for a cup! UPDATE: Contest will run from 4/12 - 5/9 International entries are accepted
Posted by fungus amungus 8 years ago
I read conflicting reports on the internet (imagine!). Some may actually do it outside. Anyone here know?
Asked by yunggie 8 years ago
Awhile back I bought a box of basket coffee filters that the top had a tab with some kind of sticky tape on it that when you pushed it against the filters it would pull one filter out at a time. Cannot find these boxed filters anymore and mine has worn out. Anyone have an idea on how to make one of these or something like it. Thanks
Asked by junkmanws 6 years ago
Was hoping there was an instructable for this, but there isn't! So does anyone know whether it's possible to take apart a Starbucks coffee tumbler so you can change the design insert yourself? I know Starbucks sell a tumbler with a screwed-on bottom so you can do this, but I already have a normal tumbler with a crappy design...
Posted by choklad 10 years ago
On Sunday the 12th after hours of collaboration, I submitted my entry, Coffee Orange Coffee Cake, to the Coffee Challenge; and the notes said that it would take a business day for it to be reviewed prior to actually being posted. Yesterday I patiently waited; and first thing this morning I checked for its appearance in the Challenge; however, it was not there, and I don't want to miss out on the action. Could you please check the status of my entry. Other people helped me to put it together, and I really wouldn't want to disappoint them especially in view of all the hard work that was undertaken on my behalf. Please let me know. Best regards, Chef Sea
Posted by chefsea 6 years ago
I was wondering can you use just normal paper party cups? ( I don't drink coffee)
Posted by wewantska 8 years ago
Two projects I'm thinking of will use pressure sensors. The first is a device that would sit under coffee air pots. There have been countless times when I've gone to get coffee at a self-serve place and there are five pots, but no one tells the counter person they are running dry and I then I have to wait for them to brew. A pressure plate under the pots would control set of red/yellow/green LEDs to indicate how full the pots are. The second is to use a pressure plate outside the door where your pet comes in and out of the house. It would trigger a doorbell when your pet wants in before it gets a chance to start scratching up the woodwork.
Posted by PeterinVT 7 years ago
Hi instructable community. I am currently graduating, and I own a 484sq. feet (45m^2) apartment. I have the basics and am quite grateful for what I have. however, I belive that a coffee table is almost a necessity. The problem is that if the table isn't wide enough, it won't be of much use, and if it's too wide, it will occupy too much space and will be in the way. That's (hopefully) where you brilliant minded people come in. I was thinking about a folding coffee table that will be thin, and when I have company over, I pull on it or something and it widens up so it can comfortably hold a few glasses and maybe a book or too. I have added a few images of the area that the table will go. The couch is 2m in length (6.56167979 feet) so you can get a generall image of the room. The couch is on a slight angle, so the small plant can fit behind it (it's on a chair so it can get sunlight), so I can move the couch around a little for a bit more room. Please keep in mind that I do not have many tools, but I know how to work with raw materials, It will just take a little more time (instead of an electrical saw, I have a hand saw. Same job, takes longer). Also I don't have alot of spare money and I can't find "special" items (for example, ball bearings, and pivot and swirlly stuff are out of the picture). I know it sounds quite bizzare but I would like some help. It doesn't HAVE to be a foldable table, but I would prefer it to be, because the couch is also a bed, so if someone comes over for a couple days, I need to be able to "hide" the table to open up some space. Worst case scenario, I'll make a small(ish) chest that will double as the table. Thank you for your time reading this message. I will be glad to hear from any of you!
Posted by GeorgeK31 2 years ago
This coffee table is a great reuse of an old wooden cart. Basically all the wood was replaced and the metal parts were cleaned up to create a pretty stunning piece. Makes me want to take a trip out to Urban Ore and do some digging around. before & after: drawers + coffee table + bike makeovers
Posted by fungus amungus 8 years ago
I wonder if anyone, with experience, can make Instructables explaining how to make coffee substitutes. I understand that coffee substitutes have been made from different sources: chicory, dandelion roots, coffeeweeds, garbanzo beans and, grains. Cassia occidentalis is known as Coffeeweed in some parts of the United States and as Hedionda in Puerto Rico. The Cassia occidentalis and Senna occidentalis produce a very aromatic brew. It was used once during a coffee shortage.
Posted by blkhawk 5 years ago
Hi guys i wanted to get some feedback on my instructable https://www.instructables.com/id/Portable-n-compact-Coffee-filtering-coffee-mug/ i think is a very good idea but for some reason i can't get much feedback. so i'm coming to the forums for help.. also what do you guys recommend to improve my chances of getting featured? seems like thats the only way to get views and get tons of feedback... any help on how to improve my instructable would be appreciated.. also if you have feedback post it on the intructable itself thanks!!
Posted by mstyle183 6 years ago
Add your favorite: coffee shop, cafe, place, and even your favorite drink to get there! If its a gastation, add the location and name of it! If you add a picture, i will add it to the pictures on this topic! don't forget to join the llcoffee group!
Posted by J@50n 8 years ago