How to Make Espresso the Italian way!

Ok, so you don’t have a fancy wancy espresso maker! SO WHAT. I come from a big happy Italian family (part Italian that is) and here is how they have “always” done it.

Now wasn’t THAT easy? And so delicious!

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5 Responses to How to Make Espresso the Italian way!

  1. Janice coury says:

    Giving away all the family secrets! Who needs Starbucks? I think we have the same coffee maker, sissy –

    • Anonymous says:

      I thought yours and Marcos was silver? I really like the red color don’t you? I never knew your coffee was so FAB….how come I never knew this? I’m sure you tried to get me to try it. Mickey Mom and Dad have one too right? b

  2. Spectra says:

    Jeez Louise! Your daughter doesn’t seem to be using enough expresso with her sugar. LoL.

    I used to act as cappacino barrista in a few restaurant bars where I worked eons ago – steamed milk is the way to go on the Latte’. And at home, if I made it, I just steamed it in a pan to near-scalding before adding. Avoids the microwave blast – I got rid of my last one 5 years ago now, because I read how it murders the soul of your food. And the nutrients πŸ™ Anyway, very nice video(I always wondered how those things worked), and your daughter is a doll. She has such pretty hands.

    • Barbie says:

      LOL! Yeah I kinda cringed at that too when I saw how much she used….however she does NOT like super sweet latte’s and she also was a barrista for a while too….this is not like a typical cup of cappacino that you would get at a Starbucks….make like this it is SUPER strong and needs a bit of sweet added if you like a simi sweet coffee….trust me when I say this cup was actually not very sweet even after all that TBLS of the white stuff.
      PS: and we agree on the milk part and microwave part….never steamed it stove top as we have two machines with steamers….(that don’t work anymore) and so she just wanted all to know that the milk “should” be hot/warm. πŸ™‚

      She will love your comment! Thanks so much for leaving one! I hardly get any comments so I really love when someone DOES! πŸ™‚

  3. Maxine says:

    Love the website!! Very fun and professional!

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