coffee-maker

coffee-maker

n
(Cookery) a domestic appliance that makes coffee
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Mr Meagher, a former holder of the North East Culinary Trade Association barista title, created a signature drink using the specialist cold drip coffee-maker he bought last year.
"A chic coffee-maker loaded with the latest technology is the order of the day.
"This security situation is an all too common one and, as the security specialist found, the Jaws in the coffee-maker had not been patched by the vendor, despite the fact that the Jura F90 percolator is marketed as fully internet-compatible," said Geoff Sweeney, chief technical officer of the behavioural analysis IT security company.
If you haven't the facility to plumb in, then replace the scruffy filter coffee-maker with an all-singing, all-dancing countertop espresso or cappuccino maker.
A Northwest Airlines aircraft was forced to make an emergency landing yesterday (21 August) after a coffee-maker short-circuited.
Designed by Porsche, this coffee-maker does nought to 8 cups in under 3 minutes.
"We've had excellent consumer sell-through results." The company had pulled out of the coffee-maker business in 1996 due to low profit opportunities.
And how much caffeine you get depends on the type of coffee or tea you drink, how it's brewed, how big your mug is-even the type of coffee-maker you use.
TOP OF THE RANGE: The Roma coffee-maker meets US standard
that gives it additional clout in the coffee-maker category.
CHICAGO - Maverick Industries is entering the coffee-maker category at this week's International House-wares Show here.
Here are a few noteworthy new coffee-makers and coffee-related products that had their day at the show.