Coffee and Whiskey

As soon as we wake up every morning, I take my rickety old dog for a leisurely amble not on a lead but letting her choose the route.  This morning she took me through the field beyond the house and down the wooded embankment to a little brook that runs along the edge of our […]

Mokk-a Coffees Recommended by “Whom You Know”

Mokk-a Coffees Highly Recommended by Whom You Know! Click the links below to read the posts by Peachy Deegan, Editor-In-Chief of Whom You Know! Mokk-a Coffees Cafe Svenska Highly Recommended by Whom You Know! We are Thrilled to Inaugurate Our Coverage of this Amazing Brand. Mokk-a’s Cafe Italia Has Clearly Captured the Hearts and Palates […]

Noma Coffee

Our reservation was for one o’clock, and we were to meet my Swedish girlfriend Birgitta at the restaurant, which she described as “a bit Brutalist in architectural style”.  Noma is situated on the waterfront, as is often the case in Copenhagen, and the area did have a very chic post-industrial vibe with lots of poured […]

Coffee for An Old Sweater

I was already on my way to the restaurant when Anya called to say that her daughter had developed a fever and she had to reschedule.  I had been working in my pajamas all morning, and had only just gotten out of the house to take my friend out for her birthday lunch, so I […]

Coffee-Rubbed Steak Tacos

Here’s a great new recipe! Give it a try with Mokk-a’s Cafe Italia. • 2 teaspoons ground Cafe Italia • 2 tablespoons granulated sugar • 2 1/2 cups milk • 2 teaspoons kosher salt • 1/4 cup packed brown sugar • 2 tablespoons chili powder • 1 1/2 teaspoon paprika • 1 1/2 teaspoon freshly […]

The 2013 Winter Fancy Food Show

This January Mokk-a was an exhibitor at the National Association for the Specialty Food Trade’s largest show on the West Coast. More than 18,800 retail, foodservice buyers, and other industry professionals attended the show – the largest attendance to date.  (remove AS) Mokk-a has had the same booth for the past three years, so people […]

Coffee at Panya

Before we married, I used to visit my husband in the handsome East Village apartment that he had lovingly transformed into the quintessential bachelor pad, in a manly palette of brown, black and pony skin.  I savored every aspect of what felt like a rare evening of grownup conversation away from my children and the […]