Coffee Recipes
Coffee Fudge Pie
1 1/2 cups crushed chocolate wafers
1/2 cup ground hazelnuts
1/2 cup butter or magarine, melted

4 pints chocolate coffee ice cream
2 cups whipped cream
chocolate curls for garnish

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a bowl, combine the crushed wafers, the
ground hazelnuts and melted butter. Mix well and press into a 9-inch pie
plate so the bottom and sides are covered. Bake for 5 minutes. Remove from
oven and allow to cool completely. Spred softened ice cream over bottom of
crust. Top with whipped cream. Freeze several hours until firm. Top with
chocolate curls.

Cold Coffee

Ingredients: 2-4 shots espresso (depending on taste and how late you want
to stay up) (I use French Roast instead of regular espresso beans, it adds
a preferable flavor); 1/4 - 1/3 cup 1 or 2% milk (again, depending on
taste); Vanilla flavoring syrup (amount depends on how much of the other
ingrediants you use and once again taste); ice.

Make the espresso, I use French Roast beans for this recipe instead of
espresso beans, it adds a really nice flavor to the drink

Mix the espresso and milk (you can also use condensed milk, gives it a
great taste) in a large glass, along with ice. Add vanilla flavoring syrup,
vanilla extract will do, but you you will probably need to add sweetener to
it, add to taste.

Chill and enjoy!

Orange Coffee Smoothie

2 Tbs. orange juice concentrate
1/4 cup strong coffee (such as espresso)
2 scoops vanilla ice cream

Blend the above ingredients until smooth. Top with whipped cream and a
fresh orange slice.

Steak and Coffee

3-5 pounds roast beef
garlic and/or onion slivers
1/2 to 1 cup white or apple-cider vinegar
vegetable oil
2 cups each--brewed, strong coffee and water
salt and pepper

With a sharp knife, cut slits all the way through the roast and insert
onion and/or garlic slivers. Put the meat in a bowl and slowly pour vinegar
(1/2 cup for smaller roast, up to a cup for larger cuts)over it so that it
runs down into the slits. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for 24 to
48 hours.
When you are ready to cook the marinated meat, pour off the vinegar. Place
the meat in a heavy pot (iron dutch ovens are best) and brown in oil until
very dark on all sides. Pour the brewed coffee over the meat, and then add
the water.
Cover and cook slowly for approximately 6 hours on top of the stove. You
may need to add more water at some point, so check it once in a while and
add only a small amount of water at a time. Do not add the salt and pepper
until about 20 minutes before serving.

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