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Jasonian
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Posted Wed Apr 19, 2006, 3:30pm
Subject: Re: Espresso Shrines
 

cannonfodder Said:

Take a look at this link…

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2007 Italian phrase a day box calendar

Or this one
http://www.forbesbookclub.com/BookPage.asp?prod_cd=ISH6C

Or just do a google search for ‘Italian phrase a day calendar. I got 2,590,000 hits back.

Posted April 19, 2006 link

Thanks.. I don't know why I didn't think to do that.

 
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Posted Thu Apr 20, 2006, 12:50am
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cannonfodder Said:

My newly rebuilt shrine, frame up rebuild on a Faema 2 group

Posted April 19, 2006 link

2 group machine at home! Now we know how much you love your coffee. Nice setup! In fact, round of applause for all who posted - very nice setups.
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Posted Fri Apr 21, 2006, 4:32pm
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johnN Said:

2 group machine at home! Now we know how much you love your coffee. Nice setup! In fact, round of applause for all who posted - very nice setups.

Posted April 20, 2006 link

You should have seen what it looked like when I got it. It was on the to a dumpster. If you are interested, take a look at myFaema Rebuild Project thread on HB. 11 liters of love ;^)

The problem with the calendars, most 2006 are no longer available and the 2007's will not be out for several months.

 
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Espresso: Rancilio Silvia
Grinder: Demoka M203, Krups
Drip: French Press
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Posted Sun Apr 23, 2006, 3:21am
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Ok, here's mine.. Just had a chance to redo the kitchen, so we left a little more space (heightwise) for the espresso setup. Now it's much more convenient to add water etc. as I don't have to move Silvia. Ain't she pretty? :-)

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Posted Tue Apr 25, 2006, 7:46pm
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daFinn Said:

Ok, here's mine.. Just had a chance to redo the kitchen, so we left a little more space (heightwise) for the espresso setup. Now it's much more convenient to add water etc. as I don't have to move Silvia. Ain't she pretty? :-)

Posted April 23, 2006 link

Is that a Nemox Lux grinder???

i'm looking for a pretty cheap grinder that works well with my silvia... my parents won't help me pay for it (they think i should just get my coffee preground or use the blade grinder we have now).  I was wondering how the Lux works with the Silvia...

 
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Posted Wed Apr 26, 2006, 12:08am
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BBaker90 Said:

Is that a Nemox Lux grinder???

i'm looking for a pretty cheap grinder that works well with my silvia... my parents won't help me pay for it (they think i should just get my coffee preground or use the blade grinder we have now).  I was wondering how the Lux works with the Silvia...

Posted April 25, 2006 link

That's actually a Minimoka. Decent price, stepless adjustment, good performance -- but noisy as hell. Don't know where to get those other than in Scandinavia.
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Posted Sat May 6, 2006, 6:15am
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Here's my humble little corner of the dining room. The espresso equipment proudly sits on a lovely carved Indonesian teak unit, sitting next to a fabulous ceramic pot. The shelf stores my barista tools, shot glasses, French Press, Hario Syphon and AeroPress. While nothing compared to some of the shrines on display here in this thread, it still draws quite a bit of attention with guests who come to dinner.

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Posted Wed May 10, 2006, 7:15pm
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I got the cart thingy at target on clearance for $32..real granite top too! Its perfectly sized for everything, and the wine rack works well for my syrups!

I'm thinking i should have cleaned it up before taking a picture :)

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Posted Thu May 11, 2006, 10:56am
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doleeo Said:

I got the cart thingy at target on clearance for $32..real granite top too! Its perfectly sized for everything, and the wine rack works well for my syrups!

I'm thinking i should have cleaned it up before taking a picture :)

Posted May 10, 2006 link

How many portafilters do you have ?! and no naked one..?
I really like the cart and the setup, wish I had room for something like that right now my "shrine" is more like a usurpation of counter space my girlfriend tolerates :-)

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Posted Mon May 15, 2006, 10:50pm
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Its not exactly a shrine per say but... I like it :-)

Coffee Gaggia
Astoria/Mazzer Super Jolly - Repainted

Will be getting better cups eventually, this large cup does not quite work for a 3 oz espresso.

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