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French press

n.
A coffeemaker with a cylindrical carafe and a plunger that is used to push the ground beans to the bottom of the carafe after the coffee has been brewed.
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A French press requires coarse grounds, whereas a pour-over method requires fine.
In a recent interview in the French press, Karim Benzema stressed his desire to return to the national team.
This partnership, reported by the french press , has been opened up to all Novotel hotels and Novotel Suites in seven French cities since January 2017.
With a free Bonjour French Press and 3 packs of Aroma Bravo gourmet coffee beans at stake, it comes as no surprise that people are eager to submit their entries.
There will be people who have brewers with K-Cups, and then they will buy a machine or device for the weekend, maybe a French press or a Chemex or whatever they see a barista playing with in a store," notes coffee brewing expert Kevin Sinnott, author of "The Art & Craft of Coffee.
Caption: Espro: Espro has added a copper version of its popular Press P5 French press for a sophisticated look.
The Press office of Premier Hariri reiterates what was also reported in the French press yesterday: Bechara Tarabay is not Hariri's lawyer nor has any personal or professional relationship with him.
by the French press, is suspected of plotting to hit his home country alongside Reda Kriket, a 34-year-old with links to the group of jihadists who killed 130 people in Paris in November.
Sexton, 30, believes that as a result of his rollercoaster two years at Racing Metro he has become a target to the French press.
The missiles were used for the first time in Libya in 2011 strikes and cost about e1/4850,000 each, according to the French press.
20 Hamilton Although an infrequent winner, this gelding has held his form well since July and he looks capable of scoring for the second time on turf having been the only runner to give French Press a race over course and distance last time.
He will join on a fiveyear deal, according to the French press.