How To Make Simple Stovetop Espresso Coffee |

How To: Stovetop Espresso

One of my Back To Basics January challenges to myself was to make my own coffee. On the second to last day of the official challenge, I thought I would follow up on that goal with you all by sharing one of the new ways I’ve discovered how to enjoy coffee: stovetop espresso! While I own… 

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