Monday, May 13, 2013

I love  French Pressed Coffee.  Have you tried it?  It is very mellow and so delicious!  It can even be made in a mason jar with a wide mouth....I googled that info and tried it.   Perfect.    And then,  I saw a French Press pot on sale and  yielded to temptation.  I thought I didn't need such a thing and don't drink much coffee but now.....I'm a big fan of French Pressed Coffee.  They say once you try it you'll never go back to the regular way of making coffee.  It's true for me, and I  thought my percolators were the cat's meow.

 Hope you are having a good day.  Its windy here and getting ready to storm.  I'm tempted to suds up the wicker love seat and put it out for the storm to rinse clean.  But I know what would happen.  It would blow wildly over the neighborhood and break.  I have the best ideas....they just don't work at all usually.   =)


Chatty Crone said...

What is that kind of coffee?

Carla TePaske said...

I love French Press coffee too. I have it every morning. :-)

Bean said...

We used a stove top perculator for many years and then switched to a french press. We love the press, it makes enough coffee for each of us to have a cup, a good, HOT, cup of coffee.

The wool you purchased is beautiful. I have never knitted with hand dyed wool, or locally produced wool. Although I much prefer to knit with wool rather than synthetics. I do like synthetic blends if I am making a cardigan for everyday wear as it is easy to wash and dry.
Linked to your blog from Ozarks Sew and Sew.


Marie said...

Beautiful cups! I have never tried French pressed coffee, and should if it is that good! Hope you didn't get too much rain.

Everything Changes said...

Hey, I just made the connection that Maggie is you! :-)