Hot Water may refer to:
- Hot Water (novel), a 1932 novel by P.G. Wodehouse
- Hot Water (album), an album by Jimmy Buffett
- "Hot Water" (song), a 1984 song by Level 42
- Hot Water (1924 film), feature film starring silent comedian Harold Lloyd
- Hot Water (1937 film), 55-min American comedy directed by Frank R. Strayer
- Hot Water, a 1978 film directed by Su Friedrich
- "Hot Water" (American Dad!), a 2011 episode of American Dad!
Other articles related to "hot water, water":
... coffee, also known as filtered or American coffee, is made by letting hot water drip onto coffee grounds held in a coffee filter surrounded by a filter holder ... Drip brew makers can be simple filter holder types manually filled with hot water, or they can use automated systems as found in the popular electric drip coffee-maker ... Strength varies according to the ratio of water to coffee and the fineness of the grind, but is typically weaker than espresso, though the final product contains more caffeine ...
... "Hot Water" is a single released in 1984 by the British musical group Level 42 ... The song was produced by Ken Scott In 1985, "Hot Water" and another True Colours song, "The Chant Has Begun", were tacked onto the US version of Level 42's breakthrough album, World Machine, in place of "I Sleep ...
... Boil-on-demand heaters boil a small amount of water very quickly ... do not take up much space, are cheap, do not need to be installed, waste no electricity as water is heated only when required, are fast but not instantaneous, do not waste electricity ... Hot water tank dispensers are plumbed directly into the water supply and heated in an under-sink or over-counter tank (fixed to the wall) hot water is ...
... Café Americano, Cafe Americano, etc.) is a style of coffee prepared by adding hot water to espresso, giving a similar strength to but different flavor from regular drip coffee ... or double-shot of espresso combined with between 1 and 16 fluid ounces (30 - 470ml) of hot water ... In the United States, "Americano" is used broadly to mean combining hot water and espresso in either order, but in a narrower definition it refers to ...
... The Queensland Government's Solar hot water rebate scheme finished on 30 June 2005 ... in 2007 announced the phasing-out of electric hot water systems commencing in 2010 ... From 2010, Queenslanders who need to replace their household hot water system due to breakdown will no longer be able to install electric systems, and will instead have ...
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