Holiday guests making a mess? The #1 key to dealing with food and drink stains is to act quickly, and with the right method. Here are some tips!
This Espresso-hazelnut truffle cookie recipe was one of the winners of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune's 2014 Taste Holiday Cookie Contest.
Pumpkin spice has been featured in a ridiculous number of products recently. Here's a look at some brands that are part of the pumpkin spice craze.
Danish researchers are the first in the world to have used our genes to investigate the impact of coffee on the body.
Scientists have discovered that antioxidants are in coffee grounds, and they're much more nutritionally rich than expected.
Grocery stores regularly sell 20 different types of coffee. So what is the difference between all the coffee varieties?
What exactly are those squishy little balls in the bottom of cups of Thai iced tea? Find out the basics of boba pearls here.
First you read that coffee has some health benefits... then something else says coffee should be avoided. Which is it? Your genes know.
It's hard to just eat one! Hazelnuts add a great crunch to these soft chocolate hazelnut espresso cookies.
It takes talent, skill and a steady hand to make art from where there was once just coffee and milk. Check out these 21 examples of fancy foam latte art!
If you're trying to stay awake on the road, which method is best: caffeine and driving or playing music when you're behind the wheel?
These flourless chocolate fudge cookies are rich and chewy and ridiculously easy to make, with only a handful of ingredients.
This caramel macchiato ice cream pie is made with graham crackers, coffee ice cream, chocolate morsels, dulce de leche, whipped topping and toasted almonds.
A soft, chewy, crisp, crunchy, and billowy espresso cake has cinnamon meringue, toasted walnuts, and maple-vanilla whipped cream.
A new, large-scale study has identified six new genetic variants associated with a coffee drinking habit.
When there’s an autumn chill in the air, it’s time to brew a pot of pumpkin spiced coffee.
Research shows that people who increased the amount of coffee may reduce type 2 diabetes risk by 11 percent.