These four holiday recipes are both scrumptious and healthy.
It’s the morning beverage of choice for most, but many people are ruining perfectly good coffee on a daily basis.
A local coffee company is celebrating a big milestone: 10 years in business. But this isn’t your typical coffee company. The money made helps young people land jobs.
A Twin Cities man with a unique job has found his niche drinking coffee for a living. Patrick Dinkins calls coffee a mix of science and art. He loves the process, the taste and, of course, the aroma.
As the temperatures drop, the bartenders, baristas and chefs are cooking up hot drinks to warm you in their bars, bistros and cafes.
A new study shows the more coffee you drink, the lower your risk of developing the most common type of skin cancer.
There are several studies out there that tell you what’s good for you and what’s bad. But what’s true and what’s a myth? We’ll try to simplify it all for you here.
Have you ever heard the saying, “Don’t drink your calories”? Most nutritionists recommend saving your calories for food dishes instead of beverages. Shape Magazine put together a list to help steer you in the right direction when it comes to drink choices.
Diets would be a lot easier if cravings for things like ice cream, chocolate and chips didn’t get in the way. A crave can throw off your nutrition for the whole day. You can eat well and balanced all day and then end up blowing the whole thing on a huge slice of cake.
How much do caffeine would you say you drink a day? One study says 98 percent of people consume some kind of caffeine every day.
Joel and I snagged a coffee break recently at Matchbox Organic Coffee in Northeast Minneapolis. This is one of my favorite spots in my old neighborhood!
With Tax Day rapidly approaching, we need our minds to be sharp. Check out these tasty foods to help you think.
It’s been a while since I have been able to write a coffee blog. If you watch our morning show on a regular basis you may have heard I just got married.
For millions of us, we start every morning with a cup of coffee. Most of us choose regular, fully-caffeinated coffee, but many drink decaf. So, how does coffee get decaffeinated?
Most Americans monitor gas prices, but new research shows your lunch and coffee budget may be what’s really draining your pocket book.