sutono wrote:Oh yeah, I forgot about Scott Rao's complete idiot's guide to coffee
Michael Phillips wrote:This is on the service side of things
Charlie Trotter - lessons in service by Edmund Lawler
Granted the service this book covers is top of the top fine dining and even a cursory knowledge of Charlie Trotter will imply he is a bit compulsive ( the servers wearing tape on their shoes to pick the lint up off the floor while they work...) but I think it is still relevant. Even aside from the service aspect, just looking at the mindset behind how things are done is great. It reinforces in a positive way of sorts the idea that you can always do better no matter where your at and it makes it seem worthwhile as well.
123coffee wrote:Bernhard Rothfus', the great German green coffee importer, wrote two (2) volumes. Coffee Production (1980) in a green cover, and Coffee Consumption (1986) in a brown cover. GORDIAN-Max-Rieck GmbH, Hamburg. Together they are an excellent reference for the serious coffee student.
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