Nothing could be easier than making pancakes and I would argue that there is no more delicious start to a cold weekend morning. They are best accompaniedby a chunky diner mug of fresh filter brewed coffee and a lazy cosy day stretching ahead.
Coffee storage is a subject that can be as complicated as you choose to make it. There is a lot of advice (and research) out there about keeping your coffee fresh so here is what you really need to know about keeping those beans in the best possible condition.
In addition to locally produced STUFF, there is also a wealth of creativity and talent locally which means that there are a range of wonderful life enriching experiences that you can gift to a loved one this year.
Recently we got an email from a customer who asked whether any of our coffee is Fairtrade. This is a question we appreciate because it shows that our customers care about the same things we do: fair prices for producers and ecologically sustainable farming practices. But the answer is no, we don't sell any Fairtrade certified coffees. Here we explain why.
Our kitchen magician Jen Inglis shares the recipe for the fantastic Beetroot relish she developed here at Steampunk to serve with our Grilled Cheese. This has been a runaway hit with visitors - now you can enjoy it at home too!
Getting the grind right is the first, most important step to improving your coffee experience at home. The best entry-level way of enjoying freshly ground coffee is by using a ceramic burr grinder like our Rhinowares Hand Grinder.
The best way to start your weekend morning? A delicious coffee and a fluffy cinnamon bun ... just warm out of the oven and slathered in glorious creamy frosting. These were one of our most popular bakes at Steampunk and as our cafe remains take away only due to Covid they are not currently on our menu. Better get baking!