What to do with leftover coffee?
I live in a household that hates reheated coffee with a passion. As a result, whenever leftover coffee gets cold, it's thrown away. Any suggestions for using leftover coffee for cooking?
My mother used to deglaze the cast-iron pan after frying steaks (to a nice shoe-leather, well done) then thicken with starch for a gravy.
I don't know if its urban legend or even the possible benefits, but I heard of coffee enemas (I don't know if this qualifies as "for cooking"...)
In warm weather, I refrigerate for a tall iced coffee at the pool after work. You can make ice cubes out of some to ice aforementioned coffee w/o diluting.
The gravy sounds good too. I will be trying that soon.
Yes! You can use it in chocolate cake recipes.
Or freeze in cubes for iced coffee (which I know is not remotely the best way to make iced coffee, but is the easiest).