Serves Yehudit, Irit and others.
Any Turk knows that after every good meal, a good cup of coffee has to be made.... The thing is, that some people (not to mention names zahava) can't wait / don't like / don't know - run into the kitchen and prepare a cup of instant coffee (with milk, has ve shalom). However, the mainstream will choose Turkish coffee, or as Ema Jean calls it - "Cooked Coffee".
|Some||Turkish coffee, ground, open bag, preferably old, even very old. so old that the brand doesn't really matter.|
Cardamom spice (hell) - dramatically enhances the coffee's taste.
|Just if insisted||Sugar|
- Combine all the ingredients in a kitchen pot (the one used for the broccoli is recommended).
- Put on a high fire until it boils
- Keep on boiling until all the aroma goes away (this is not necessary but is reality with all the work Jean has to do after the feast).
- Have someone like Yehudit, Irit or Reuven ask yelling "where is the coffee?!"
- Pour the coffee into small cups and serve with some cookies.
- If someone needs sugar, help them with that.