CoffeEbook is about coffee, its history,the botanical, coffeehouse,cakes, pies and more. The book is nicely illustrated with drawings and photographs. No problem staying awake reading this subject. How to store, brew, bake,cook and drink. The interface is easy to use, the text is well illustrated, information is easy to understand and recipes easy to follow. Enjoy a cup while discovering new ways to use coffee. Coffee lovers everywhere will love this ultimate resource on a truly international staple. Discover a wealth of information on the humble bean and learn how to best enjoy it. Did you know that the first cultivated coffee plant was from the Kaffa region of Ethiopia, that Mocha was a coffee shipping port in Yemen, and that the Dutch swiped a coffee plant from Arabia and imported it to Java? Coffee is an E-book all about the world wide stimulant. The topics range from history to recipes for cakes, pies and mousses. The book is nicely illustrated with drawings and photographs. The cheese cakes look delicious by the way. You can view a cut away section of the coffee berry revealing the two seeds inside which become the coffee "bean". You can also read about various brewing methods and harvest practices. No problem staying awake reading this subject. Browse through a well-designed interface with illustrated pages and colored text. Every bit of information is indexed for easy retrieval, and you can look for various contents with a built-in search feature. As an extra, Coffee includes a weights-and-measures chart and a small converter calculator. These will ensure that your coffee comes out just right. Also included, a built-in web browser with links to sites worth discovering.
Platform Windows XP
Operating Systems Windows XP,Windows Vista
System Requirements Pentium, 128MB RAM, SVGA, sound card, IE 6.0 or better
Date added None
Last Updated 24 Jan 2011