"I use chocolate covered espresso beans instead of chocolate chips for cookies. I just chop up the beans; they add texture and flavor," she says.
Daisy King says she loves having the coffee bar as part of her operation at Grassland Market.
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"I've known Daisy King for years, but this is the first time we've worked together professionally," Pridemore says. "She's just wonderful, and we're very much enjoying having our product there in her kitchen. We were on the shelves in the market already, but moving to Daisy's area and establishing the coffee bar has been fantastic for us and, we hope, the customers there."
"My mother and I spent time together cooking while my dad and my brothers were doing guy things," Pridemore says. "I can remember standing on a wooden box in the kitchen learning to bake when I was 11 years old. My mother was an awesome cook, a true comfort food cook."
Her daughter, with years of experience in customer service, sales and barista management, serves as director of sales for Organic Ground Roasting Co. Pridemore is operations manager and Chance is the roast master. This family owned, family operated business began five years ago in Williamson County.
Iced coffee is also a family favorite; she says it's the summer drink of choice for lots of customers.
"Instead of using brewed coffee, I prefer to use the grounds; it adds crunch. I use coffee in cookies, brownies, all kinds of things," she says. "It is such a versatile ingredient, and it brings such flavor. Anyone who loves coffee should love using it as an ingredient in baking."
Pridemore's son, a microbiologist and environmental chemist by training, began roasting coffee as a hobby and family tradition. By the time Pridemore began owning coffee shops (and baking for them), her son began roasting professionally for those shops.
The recently added coffee bar is rustic and eclectic in appearance, offering the market and Miss Daisy's a place for customers to sit and enjoy a cup of coffee while shopping and, perhaps, purchase a bag of the organic roasted coffee to take home.
If the idea of using coffee in your cooking perks your interest, you may enjoy the following recipes provided by Pridemore and King. package of devil's food cake mix1 4 1/8 oz. package instant chocolate pudding mix cup brewed coffee4 large Nike Football New
Pridemore says a family favorite is chocolate pie with coffee ice cream.
Mona Pridemore, left, and Daisy King get ready to enjoy an iced coffee.(Photo: Jae S. began five years ago in Williamson County.
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eggs1 cup sour cream cup vegetable oil cup dark rum2 cups semi sweet chocolate chips Combine all ingredients except chocolate chips. With an electric mixer, blend on low speed. Beat at medium speed for one minute. Scrape bowl and beat one minute longer. Fold in chocolate chips. Pour into a greased and floured bundt pan. Bake in a 350 degree oven for 55 60 minutes or until skewer inserted in center comes out clean. Turn out of pan and cool. Spread bread slices lightly with butter; do not trim off the crust; cut in half inch cubes; add to coffee mixture. In a medium bowl, beat the eggs slightly; add sugar and salt; mix well; add the bread mixture and vanilla. Pour into greased 1 quart casserole dish; sprinkle with nutmeg. Set the casserole dish in a pan of warm water. Bake in a preheated 325 degree oven for 1 hour and 15 minutes. Chill. Serve with Nike Football Boots 2015 whipped cream and garnish with grated chocolate on top. Yields eight servings.
Pridemore, a Miami native, and her two children, Eric Chance and Lora Luscombe, own and operate Organic Grounds Roasting Co. They ship their fresh roasted coffee all over the United States. Pridemore has owned three coffee shops in the past and now supplies a coffee bar in Miss Daisy's Kitchen in Grassland Market.
Franklin resident Mona Pridemore says coffee is as versatile an ingredient for baking as vanilla. She should know; she comes from a long line of bakers, cooks and coffee roasters.
Pridemore is one of three children; her siblings are brothers. She said she learned to cook from an expert her mother.
"The coffee is fabulous; we offer customers an opportunity to taste and buy," King says. "Coffee is a great ingredient for baking. I have many recipes that use coffee, and have for years. Excellent coffee like this product only enhances those recipes and finished products."
And as for coffee, Pridemore's grandmother roasted it in southern Alabama back during the Depression era.
"My grandfather loved coffee, strong coffee," she says. "During the Depression, they were able to buy green coffee beans cheaper than cans of coffee, so my grandmother learned to roast it on her wood stove. She could tell by the smell how the roasting was going all the way to burning."
In addition to working in the family business, Pridemore still finds time to bake. She says she often combines coffee with chocolate, as the two go so well together.
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