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Topic: Coffeenectar (5 msgs / 88 lines)
1) From: Pete Brown
Lynne, would you please post a brief description of how you roast with the
pan on your blog?
"The penalty good men pay for indifference to public affairs is to be ruled
by evil men."

2) From: Lynne
Yes, I plan to do that.
Right now I am trying to get caught up on some school work (this ol' 
lady has gone back to college - & I'm REALLY behind on my work!)
Figure I'll be caught up with at least one class today - writing on the 
blog is my reward!
I'll let you know after I write it. (I find a lot of it is intuition, 
which even scares me, but so far I haven't ruined any beans like I did 
in the beginning of my roasting experience.)
On Oct 9, 2006, at 4:27 PM, Pete Brown wrote:

3) From: Brett Mason
checkout the coffee picture on my blog site - it's my skillet and spatula
and a couple beans...
let me know what kind of questions this raises and I can field them...
Bretthttp://homeroast.freeservers.comOn 10/9/06, Pete Brown  wrote:

4) From: Lynne
Nice. How do you keep the beans from spilling all over the place? I 
tried my cast iron skillet, but ended up with more beans on my stove & 
floor than in the pan.
(nursing a cold right now & way behind my emails... oh, yeah, and my 
school assignments, too...)http://www.coffeenectar.blogspot.com/On Oct 9, 2006, at 4:33 PM, Brett Mason wrote:

5) From: Brett Mason
I lift from the side into the middle, and have learned some skills on this
issue.  I lose 3-5 beans per load.  The local stragglers landing alongside
the pan go right back in when I send them in...
I do LOVE doing 2lb in one trip....
On 10/12/06, Lynne  wrote:

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