We have a Keurig, and it makes great coffee, but I do occasionally like to make a pot of old-fashioned stove-top percolator coffee.
I found this percolator on eBay a few years ago. It has a glass top thing-y. I don't think they make the glass ones anymore; they're all plastic, and tend to fall out when coffee's being poured (or so I've heard).
Taking the time to grind whole coffee beans makes a real difference in taste . . .
Not as fast as a Keurig, but certainly worth the wait.
And this recent find of a teacup looks perfect for a 1960s-type cup of coffee.
Very retro. I love the gold stars, and the pink amps up the cute factor . . .
I have just started an online course through Hillsdale College, Great Books 102. I'm excited about the material, and already feel quite intellectually elevated! I'll share more next post.
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