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Posted Thu Feb 12, 2004, 10:00pm
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What Barista Jams Are Made Of
Professionally Speaking article

Sherri Johns gives us a heads up about the (just sold out) upcoming Northwest Barista Jam, what Jams are all about, and hints of additional events coming soon.
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Posted Sat Feb 14, 2004, 4:12am
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I always thought Barista Jam was made of:

One pound of coffee
Two cups of sugar
One ounce of pectin.

Boil for an hour until the jam gets sticky, and then pour into those mason jars you normally use to store freshly roasted beans.

Nice with a croissant and a cappucino for breakfast.
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Posted Sat Feb 14, 2004, 12:09pm
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sounds great.
are there plans to do any in California?
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Posted Fri Feb 20, 2004, 9:02am
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Just in case anyone is interested, There are monthly barrista jams in Kansas City at the Roasterie. I don't know the exact dates or time, because I am not involved with it. I know Sandy Hon is involved with it, but I don't know her user name on the CoffeeGeek forums.
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Posted Sun May 23, 2004, 9:07am
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This Barista Jam sounds great!  I hope it spreads across the the country, if it hasn't already.  Too often I've visited  a local cafe or retail coffee chain that claims it serves great coffee/espresso with unique/expensive blends, yet the barista lacks passion and pulls a poor shot or the drip is cold.  It's about time coffee enthusiasts celebrate the BARISTI on top of there game.  Props to all!
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