Moka Pot for Great Cafe Au Lait



Use a moka pot coffee maker to brew up a rich espresso style coffee on your kitchen stove top. Moka pots come in all different sizes, so it’s easy to brew a cup …

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  1. I have 2 electric espresso makers, but for Cuban coffee, might buy the electric moka pot made by DeLonghi. I use freshly home-ground coffee beans only. They make infinitely better coffee than pre-ground types.

    There are a lot of significant quality control complaints about Bialetti moka pots. No longer gems from Italy, they're now cheaply made in Romania.

  2. Watched this only to realize: I've been doing it wrong! I use high heat, too much water, and not enough grounds. Also, I had the impression you needed a special espresso grind. LOL I destroyed mine and figured these don't work. Maybe I'll get another one and try again. Thank's Chef Buck.

  3. why havent i been getting your videos!!!! you are looking skinny my man. glad you are still doing your thing and doing well…. keep it going and ill go back and check out your others.

  4. Chief Buck that's the pot. Cuban people use to make their coffee,if you look up Cuban coffee on YouTube you will see all the different ways people were handed down family ways of brewing it.Love all your videos,Thank You.

  5. I have a few moka pots and I didn't even know that's what they were called. I've been chasing the dragon on the amazing coffee that I got in the Netherlands to no avail, but you may have solved my issue. I've been cranking the heat and making exploding coffee fountain volcanoes. Tomorrow morning I will attempt the low and slow method pictured in this video. Wish me luck.

  6. eh …. ain't this just a miniature percolator (da kind I grew up wid) …. I got'cha Big Booty Coffee right here!!! Old fashioned Perked coffee is the Best coffee in the world …. Raggy

  7. Hi Chef Buck, if you want strong coffee you just put more of the coffee and pressed, this one that you have maybe serve 3 cups of coffee and you can put the lid on and when is done it made a noise. Thanks for share.

  8. nice video. I live in Miami so the moka pot is everywhere because Cubans are serious about their coffee in the mornings. The Bialetti brand from Italy is the best. I make my coffee with the moka pot probably ever 2 days.

  9. Yes chef Buck I thought you moved to a new place or you renovated your kitchen it's a real nice kitchen. I grew up with that pot my grandparents especially being from Italy we used to make demitasse a lot of espresso, but that type of coffee the way it's made it's the best!

  10. Remember the old fashion stovetop percolator? Flavorful coffee and stayed hot, seemed like forever, in the cup.
    Your coffee from Moka Pot look rich and yummy. I be getting me a fancy pants Moka Pot for 25$👍
    Thanks Chef Buck and Camera Girl.

  11. You are a bottomless pit of information! Tell us more about your house-sitting! How does that work?? I would love to do that when I'm your age! 😉 and, you would have made a GREAT middle school science teacher.. kids would've loved you!!

  12. I've got one these things. I dug it out yesterday and used it this morning. My Keurig bit the dust after only a month. Thanks for the brewing tips.

  13. Ha. Guess what. You can use larger pots to make Canna butter for that extra herby ingredient in your baking. Of course, we don't do that sort of thing here in the UK!! honestly.

  14. One Morning I'mm gunna wake up and Uncle Buck will be in my Kitchin' Brewing Coffee with C.G. Laughing in the Background…
    Chicory don't go w/Coffee or salt , Benyas w/powdered sugar O.K. If I haffta eat one Lay it on me :>/

  15. I LOVE Mine, I use it everyday, I have the same size, but the name brand IMUSA – I never thought about making a video about this like you just did. I wish that I had Thought of that. LOL 🙂
    BTW…… I LOVE LOVE your new kitchen….. CONGRATS & Happy Cooking

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