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JonR10
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Posted Thu May 3, 2007, 4:33pm
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Wow guys....I'm honored!

SJM Said:

I love the stack of clean white towels...

Posted May 3, 2007 link

Thanks Susan!  You can never have too many towels  :-))


Teme Said:

My current setup. The Mini-E is on the way out and the new grinder(s) should be in shortly :)

Posted May 3, 2007 link

Dude - I'm hoping you'll post more pics of the machine in action!  Awesome, just awesome.


Cajun_brew Said:

……looks like you do have a little more room than before. I’d love to score a stainless table like that.

Posted May 3, 2007 link

New table is 24x60 and the old one was 18x42  (big BIG difference is feel).  And the table was only about $200!
Check your local restaurant supply for stainless prep tables.



mrgnomer Said:

Cool.  Looks like a cafe.  Very civil.

Posted May 3, 2007 link

Thanks Kirk, very civil indeed  ;)



JV Said:

p.s.  the illy cups are being used everyday :) thanks again.

Posted May 3, 2007 link

I am very pleased to hear it!  Illy does does cups right, and I'm SO glad you like them.

 
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Posted Thu May 3, 2007, 8:34pm
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here is an older photo of Anita

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Posted Fri May 4, 2007, 1:03am
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Cajun_brew Said:

Teme……what can I say…..can I come over?? :)

Posted May 3, 2007 link

Other CoffeeGeeks are always welcome :)

JonR10 Said:

Dude - I'm hoping you'll post more pics of the machine in action!  Awesome, just awesome.

Posted May 3, 2007 link

Thanks Jon. I am currently running the machine from its reservoir but am thinking of a setup similar to yours - i.e. running it from the large bottles. That is a great setup you have there - a lot of space for prepping. Nice. I also note the doserless mod on the SJ. Cool! I will try and post more pics of my setup soon...

JonR10 Said:

(And new camera!)

Posted May 3, 2007 link

Which one did you go for?

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Posted Fri May 4, 2007, 2:06am
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Teme Said:

Which one (camera) did you go for?

Posted May 4, 2007 link

I'm no photographer, I just replaced my lost Canon sd10 with a new Canon sd30.
It's a teeny-tiny point-and-click that takes beautiful pics.

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Posted Fri May 4, 2007, 4:43am
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Teme Said:

The pic was taken after a heavy session and prior to proper cleanup - so apologies for the mess...

Posted May 3, 2007 link

Beautiful 'lack' of colors in your picture - really nice!

And a nice tread for me who is about to rebuild my kitchen.
As for now I'm just try to hide my new (used) grinder behind an open door.

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Posted Fri May 4, 2007, 4:45am
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- And I could use some more table space in front of the grinder.

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Posted Fri May 4, 2007, 5:59am
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JonR10 Said:

I'm no photographer, I just replaced my lost Canon sd10 with a new Canon sd30.
It's a teeny-tiny point-and-click that takes beautiful pics.

Posted May 4, 2007 link

Thanks for the answer Jon, I asked a couple of days ago here... "Re: "Fresh Roast" versus Vacuum-pack sealed Beans"

 
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Posted Fri May 4, 2007, 6:37am
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CraigA Said:

Thanks for the answer Jon, I asked a couple of days ago here... "Re: "Fresh Roast" versus Vacuum-pack sealed Beans"

Posted May 4, 2007 link

Actually that was yesterday - right?

Anyway - I don't think it was the movers. It was me and my disorganization.  I have the case and battery charger, but no camera....
Oh well - I like the new one and it wasn't TOO expensive  :-))

 
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Posted Fri May 4, 2007, 6:59am
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JonR10 Said:

Actually that was yesterday - right?

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Right, only 1 day., & actually in about 2½ hrs.., sorry. {;-)

Anyway - I don't think it was the movers. It was me and my disorganization.  I have the case and battery charger, but no camera....
Oh well - I like the new one and it wasn't TOO expensive  :-))

Dang it!, at least ya have the model 30 over the 10 now Jon,

Cheers!

 
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Posted Sat May 5, 2007, 6:03pm
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Teme Said:

My current setup. The Mini-E is on the way out and the new grinder(s) should be in shortly :)

The pic was taken after a heavy session and prior to proper cleanup - so apologies for the mess...

Br,
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Posted May 3, 2007 link

Teme -

Sounds weird to say, but when I saw your countertop (and new La Marzocco) it was I had been there before ...  I've spent quite a bit of time reading your various posts, and wanted to say a Thanks! for all the great info... and the your setup has always looked great on that countertop!

Still learning to work with my relatively new gear (Andreja Premium and Mazzer Mini).  I'll post my shrine shortly as well - but wanted to thank you once again for sharing all of your experiences, and cozy shrine over the years!

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