Start each day with @CommunityCoffee (plus a recipe!)

The older I get, I seem to enjoy coffee more and more. I am thinking that I drink more now because I have found that Community Coffee works best for me.  I love flavored coffee and they have yet to disappoint me! I used to never drink it, then it was like 1 or 2 times a year. I have noticed that I was drinking 1 or 2 cups a week, these days I catch myself enjoying a nice cup daily.
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Community Coffee began in 1919 and almost 100 years later, it is still here. It is a four generation family that makes it and I am pretty sure that we can agree that there are generations that have passed along the love to keep them in business!  ( I can't help but notice when I see Community Coffee ads on the sides of buildings!  I wanted to go to the Community Coffee location when we were in New Orleans, but the weather moved that to a "next trip" list.)

My brother and his girlfriend came down and the first morning there, we showed her the wide variety of coffee that was available.  She was quick to grab a Community Coffee pod!  Come to find out, she doesn't even use sugar or creamer (It is a MUST for me, I know I am one of the few these days!) Anyways, she commented that if she can find a good coffee, that other isn't needed and she went back for a second cup, so I was rather proud of my flavors available.

Community Coffee has a wide variety of products for the coffee lover in us all.  You can purchase coffee bags- ground or whole bean.  You can purchase the K-cups, that I love.  You can even buy Community Coffee Tea!  If you are a huge fan of Community Coffee, you can purchase things such as mugs, games and more.  One thing I love about this company, besides its quality?  The commitment to the community.  (Hence the name!)
Did you know that they have a military match program? That is just one of the many ways they serve the community.  Click here to learn of more ways Community Coffee gives back.


One last thing I want to share right now...
Summer time means grilling, so here is a great recipe that was sent to me:

Coffee & Chili Rubbed Steak Tip Skewers
Serves: 10 / Prep: 40 mins / Cook: 9 hours
Ingredients
2 ½ pounds skirt steak
20 Skewers, metal or bamboo
4 tsps. Chili powder
6 tsps. Community® Dark Roast coffee
4 tsps. Dark brown sugar, tightly packed
2 tsps. Dry mustard
1 tsp. Cilantro, ground
1 tsp. Salt
1 tsp. Black pepper, ground
4 tsps. Garlic powder

Directions
1. Cut beef into ¼” to ½” cubes.
2. Carefully skewer 4 cubes onto each skewer.
3. In a small bowl, make dry rub by combining chili powder, coffee, brown sugar, mustard, cilantro, salt, pepper and garlic.
4. Evenly coat each steak skewer with dry rub.
5. Cook on charcoal or gas grill for approximately 6-10 minutes on medium-high heat, or sear in a cast iron skillet with a tablespoon of olive oil for approximately 7-12 minutes on medium-high heat.
6. Serve with favorite BBQ or steak sauce, and enjoy!

Comments

  1. I have coffee every morning. Most of the time the boys make it for us. That was before Mica had to leave so early. Our schedule is going to have to change.

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  2. I like mine black, or with cream, or with cream and sugar, lol. Not picky at all when it comes to my morning java. I do love Community Coffee. They had a Bread Pudding limited edition that was SO good!

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