(Earlier in the year, I entered the CBC Nonfiction Competition. I didn't win, so I am allowed to post my entry here now.) It is Tuesday morning, it is sunny, and we are downtown. We are sitting in Gusto Italiano, at the bottom of the street from our end of campus. Our server carefully hands … Continue reading A hands-on experience
Most of my coffee adventures so far have been in South or Central America, but I've always known that coffee is native to Ethiopia. The worrying lack of genetic diversity in arabica coffee stems from the fact that virtually all the world's crops were cultivated from the same sources in Ethiopia, and then spread via … Continue reading Ethiopian Coffee – reading and roasting.
We have NEWS: we finally decided to say goodbye to our Wheelie coffee cart. I'll admit that I am unlikely to tow it about any more on the bike now that I have a roof and permanent digs at Centennial Markets, and after 5 summers, the poor cart is a little worse for wear anyway. … Continue reading Bye bye bike cart
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We have moved again! Wheelie Good Coffee now supplies the Beans part of Books and Beans. Same delicious pourover coffee, and the fresh roasted Wheelie Good beans are available in the store too, but now much more space for the books! We are still in Centennial Market, that is, the old Sears outlet building, but … Continue reading Books and Beans has taken over