I love my Keurig coffee-maker with the convenience and easy clean-up of their K-Cup packs. But on Sunday mornings I like to take it a little slower with my ceramic pour-over cone. This manual brewing system which was invented in 1908 by an apple strudel-baking mother of two, Melitta Bentz, really does (in my opinion) allow for the full extraction of coffee flavors. My method for pouring the hot water….a slow pour in a counter-clockwise circle :)
My mom picked up on my latest cocktail crafting “hobby” and got me this. A new recipe every month :)
I Want You….To Put Away Your Smartphone: Propaganda Posters for the Modern Age
Brett & Kate McKay, artofmanliness.com
During the 1920s, 30s, and 40s, the use of “propaganda posters” were popular for encouraging good behavior — teaching safety, boosting worker morale, and rousing wartime sacrifice. I’ve always enjoyed the art and design of these posters, and decid…
I would love to see smartphone etiquette propaganda posters like these… even if most of these would be directed at me ;)
With my first 5K of 2013 this weekend, I was glad to see these winter running tips from my local running shoe store awhile back. The two in the lower-left corner have really helped.
Some “fuel” before the early set of fireworks. at Billy Goat Tavern – View on Path.