Making Great Cowboy Coffee: A Guide to Brewing Cowboy Coffee at Home and on the Campfire

Making Great Cowboy Coffee: A Guide to Brewing Cowboy Coffee at Home and on the Campfire

by Jack Mccoy

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Overview

You may be surprised to learn that cowboy coffee is a great tasting coffee that rivals the best of brewing methods—even French press coffee. Also, because cowboy coffee requires only the most basic of equipment, it is ultra-portable and ultra-simple. It can be made anywhere you can boil water—at home or on the camp trail. “Making Great Cowboy Coffee” shows you how to:

* Select the perfect pot for making cowboy coffee
* Separate your drinking coffee from those stubborn coffee grounds with ease
* Brew your coffee for optimal extraction and maximum flavor
* Use just the right grind to add body, flavor, and enhance the "mouth feel" of your coffee
* Make a signature cup of cowboy coffee that is as good as any coffee, anywhere

Whether you want to make great coffee on the camping trail or at home in your grandmother’s enameled coffee pot, “Making Great Cowboy Coffee” is for you. This book will show you how to brew a great pot of coffee any place you can boil water.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780984496327
Publisher: Pioneer Cookery, LLC
Publication date: 09/01/2010
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 86
File size: 663 KB

About the Author

Jack McCoy grew up in rural Arkansas at a time and place where many families relied on woodstoves for heat and hand-operated pitcher pumps for water. Jack’s lifelong interest in cooking was sparked by watching his grandparents prepare hearty homestead meals in very simple ways. While modern conveniences have brought about welcomed changes in the kitchen, Jack continues to enjoy making cornbread in a cast iron skillet, brewing coffee in an enameled coffeepot, and preserving the summer’s bounty by home canning.

Today, Jack McCoy lives in eastern North Carolina, where he holds a doctorate degree in education and works as a technology management consultant when he is not puttering around in the kitchen.

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