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Iced coffee

Monday, July 09, 2012

I ran across this recipe the other day,tried it and loved it.
So here it is, and cheaper than running to emoticonbucks.

1Lb Ground coffee, (rich roast)
8 quarts cold water.

In large container mix the coffee grounds with water,cover and allow to sit at
room temp. 8 hours or overnight.
Line a fine mesh strainer with cheesecloth,set over a pitcher or other container
Pour coffee mixture over strainer and let seep through.Discard grounds,place coffee in fridge and cool, use as you please.Add ice to glass then coffee and any of the stuff below.

Half & Half fat free or not, makes it a creamy yummy concoction
Sweetend condensed milk 2-3 TBSP per serving.
Skim milk, 1-2-% milk or whole milk will work too. emoticon

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Member Comments About This Blog Post:
MDMNINA 7/11/2012 4:52PM

    I have always just made iced coffee with regular brewed coffee too. Guess I will have to try your way!

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GATORJOY 7/10/2012 6:30PM

    I always thought iced coffee was just regular brewed coffee cooled with ice and condiments added as well. This is very interesting! emoticon

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MEDDYPEDDY 7/9/2012 11:20PM

    Hmm, I am not familiar with ice coffee but I thought it was a s simple as to brew coffee and the dool it... but as iced coffee is nice I might try this to!

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DELHSI 7/9/2012 1:51PM

    Awesome! Thanks for sharing.


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MITECU 7/9/2012 1:43PM

    Sounds delish on a warm summer day.

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ROCKMAN6797 7/9/2012 1:27PM

    Love my coffee, thank you for sharing!

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TDWANDD2MYK9 7/9/2012 1:14PM

    Yum! If I ever get some time for my self I will try that. Thanks. emoticon

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