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 Post subject: Re: Coffee Setup
PostPosted: Sat May 24, 2014 6:49 am 
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The Delonghi takes its own specific capsules.
Recently acquired it - not bad coffe at all.

Here is an older pic of my Jura with its own little fridge attached to feed the milk into the unit.
The little fridge called a Picolo can hold 2 liters.


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 Post subject: Re: Coffee Setup
PostPosted: Sat May 24, 2014 6:54 am 
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You got the freakin fridge too, nice.



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Rookie has all the best toys. Look through his posts to find sets of equipment to rival many restaurants. I'm super jealous.


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PostPosted: Sat May 24, 2014 7:21 am 
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Took me 54 years to get there - I believe the correct tools are part of a job well done.

One day I will go to culinary school as I always wanted to be a chef.....then I will be content alas....

But yeah, time is running out on me....

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 Post subject: Re: Coffee Setup
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Haha, Salty - one of a kind.

Good one.

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Atta babe Salty! I was to lazy to take a pic of my trusty 14 cup Cuisinart from Costco.



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Man that thing looks like a fusion reactor.



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 Post subject: Re: Coffee Setup
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I never got on the espresso making bandwagon though I order one any chance I get and LOVE a good one. I swapped out my old drip machine this past Christmas and picked up a Technivorm Moccamaster which was supposed to be the cadillac of coffee makers. No fancy timers, settings, etc. just a handmade copper internal kettle to get the h2o up to the right temp quickly and reliably. She puts out a nice cup o' joe. I've been working my way through the Counter Culture coffees to find the one that I prefer so I can automate delivery and not find myself at the local Starbucks buying a pound of burnt beans. Grinder is a Breville burr that's been reliable for ~5 yrs.

I have a french press that comes out on occasion, but I don't think I've used it since getting the new rig.

Great thread.


http://www.moccamaster.com/us/details/product/89912/cdgt741-polished-silver/


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