Door County Chefs Welcomes New ‘Ask a Chef’ Contributor: Rachel Lohman, The Cookie Lady of Drink Coffee
On one of the coldest days in January, I caught up with Rachel Lohman, owner and chief bottle washer of Drink Coffee, located in Sister Bay. This time of year Drink Coffee is closed, but that doesn’t mean Rachel isn’t in the Drink frame of mind. She’s busy reading cookbooks, researching sandwiches and bakery goodies for the 2014 busy season. To welcome her as both a chef and a baker to Door County Chefs ‘Ask a Chef’ features, I wanted to ask her a few questions about Drink Coffee and the Cookie Lady herself…
Coffee has long been the quintessential beverage of our morning routines, but in many kitchens coffee has outgrown the mug and has made its mark on a variety of dishes, from desserts and baked goods to flavorful sauces and main dishes. Have you ever added coffee to a recipe? Maybe a batch of cookies, a frozen drink, or a marinade? If so, share your Coffee Recipe Creations with Door County Coffee & Tea (deadline is April 30th) for a chance to win a year’s worth of coffee! Click HERE for more details and to enter this Recipe Contest!
What Can I Win? Check out these PRIZES!
1 - One 1st Place Winner will receive one year’s worth of coffee (Approx. $400 value)
2 – Two 2nd Place Winners will receive six month’s worth of coffee (Approx. $200 value each)
3 – Three 3rd Place Winners will receive three month’s worth of coffee (Approx. $100 value each)
4 – One winner will be randomly chosen from all entries to receive one month’s worth of coffee ($50 value)
STURGEON BAY, WI (Feb. 2014)—During the month of February, KICK Coffee, located on 3rd Ave. in downtown Sturgeon Bay, is partnering with United Way of Door County. For every muffin sold during the month of February, 50 cents will be donated to United Way of Door County. The funds donated will go towards United Way’s Annual Campaign for 2014. United Way of Door County’s mission is to empower people to build better lives. They focus their efforts in the areas in the Basic Needs, Community Wellness, Health, and Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA).
If you would like to learn more about United Way of Door County, check out their website at www.unitedwaydc.com. The United Way can be reached at (920) 746-9645(920) 746-9645 or firstname.lastname@example.org.