Re: Buying Espresso machine
- From: "Randy G." <frcn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 06 Aug 2005 21:53:41 -0700
"Ken Blake" <kblake@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>"Randy G." <frcn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> Putting together all the advice you have received and your
>> position, my advice is to get a good grinder first and a French
>> Use those until you can afford the espresso maker you want.
>> you wife will have years of "I-told-you-so's" to laud over you
>> you struggle to get the espresso machine to work properly.
>LOL! I'll think abour it.
>> Seriously, the grinder is quite a bit more important than the
>> machine. Without it you are just going to be frustrated, I'm
As Ken described, it is indeed, all relative. If you are acustomed to
the sugary, flavored coffee that more closely resembles a hot milk
shake than a coffee drink, then by all means get the espresso machine
and go at it. Even with a nasty whirley blade grinder you will
probably beat the beverages made at many of the coffee chain stores
(or is that chain coffee stores?).
>> Randy "married 34 years, so I know" G.
>I've been married 12 years longer than you.
I don't know whether to congratulate you or send a card of me
Married 46 years!? And you STILL have to get permission to spend
money!? ;-D That means, when you got married, I was 7 years old...
Phewww.. you don't need coffee- you need vodka! ;-)
Randy "be right there, Dear" G.
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