How do you make your coffee? Manually or with a coffeemaker? “Are you kidding me? I use the coffee maker, of course! Coffee maker makes all the coffee stuff easier!” What do you mean by coffee stuff then? “That’s coffee making stuff, you bird-brain!” Alright, Mr. Feeling Genius. First of all, I don't know that coffee making stuff; one because I don’t drink coffee; two, even if I drink coffee, I won't be allowed to drink it. So forgive me if all these ‘coffee making stuff’ does not make sense to me. And since you use coffee maker for…making coffee, why don't you tell me about it? “I just use coffee maker. I don't know anything about it. Duh.” Ok. Since I'm having a great day, I'm not going to send you to the hospital. Instead, I will be generous, and I'll share little bits of information about coffee makers.
Coffee makers, also known as coffee machines are a kitchen appliance for brewing coffee automatically. There are many types of coffee machines, and they use “different coffee principles.” The most common type is the automatic dip-brew where the “coffee grounds are placed in a paper or metal filter inside a funnel, which is set over a glass or ceramic coffee pot, a cooking pot in the kettle family. Cold water is poured into a separate chamber, which is then heated up to the boiling point and directed into the funnel.”
Do you know when the coffee maker was invented? “18th century?” No. Just keep your mouth shut, ok? It's much older than you think. Coffee makers were developed long ago. Turks are said to be the first one to brew coffee in 575 A.D. However; the modern coffee maker was invented in France with a device called biggin. At the same time, a pumping percolator is invented which is famous for the moms during the 1950’s, cowboys and pioneers.
Well, I think everything is easier to do now. Even making coffee. Geez, what a world! Anyway, enjoy your coffee maker and click on the "DIY Cozy Home' link below to know the other uses of this machine! Adieu!
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