After a 3 year relationship, I had to break up with my Keurig.
It was time.
Out with the old.
In with the new.
As I carried my Keurig down to the basement I said a silent thanks for all the early mornings and cold Winters it got me through.
I LOVED my Keurig. It was perfect for me to drink one cup of coffee in the morning on my way out the door. But now things have changed - with two coffee drinkers living in the house and me working from home two days a week, it didn't make sense to make coffee one cup at a time. It was a waste of both money and resources.
And, there is a little problem.
I don't know how to make coffee. Cue gasp.
I try, I really do. But it always tastes burnt, too weak, or too strong, or the coffee maker overflows. One time, when I was the first one awake at my grandma's house, I tried to make a pot and ended up breaking her coffee maker. She seriously had to order a new one.
This time, I am determined. Any tips? Specifically, what are your water to coffee ratios? I feel like what is suggested in the directions is so much!
I am also excited to be able to try different types of coffee and not be limited to the packaged K-cups. Any favorite suggestions? I recently brewed this and love it!
I hope you have a lovely weekend. Any big plans? I have a long run date with Kim and then we are going to Hallaway's first birthday party. Remember when she was born? How has it already been a year?