Just looked at the picture again. Just to the left of the plow is
the fire pit I use to roast coffee in the Androck over the fire
popcorn poppers over pecan wood fires. The wire rack allows me to
rest the Androck at the right place relative to the fire to control
the roast. The two closer trees on both sides of the car are pecans.
You can see the remains of some pecan branches in the pit.
On Jan 6, 2007, at 6:19 PM, Eddie Dove wrote:
Just looked at the picture =
again. Just to the left of the plow is the fire pit I use to roast =
coffee in the Androck over the fire popcorn poppers over pecan wood =
fires. The wire rack allows me to rest the Androck at the right place =
relative to the fire to control the roast. The two closer trees on both =
sides of the car are pecans. You can see the remains of some pecan =
branches in the pit.
On Jan 6, 2007, at 6:19 PM, Eddie Dove =
I wonder if that'll work for the morning =
and evening commute?
My Home Coffee Roasting Blog =
and Profiles for the Gene Cafe
On 1/6/07, jim =
gundlach <PecanJim> =
wrote: I just cut the bottom off one of the portafilters that came with =
Andreja. I have previously cut the bottom out of a Gaggia =
Silvia portafilters and they went quite easily. The brass =
Andreja is something else again. I cut it with the high =
cutting disk driven by an air compressor. I had just cut =
a one by
three inch steel plow shank to take one of the bottoms off a =
bottom plow so I know the cutter was working fine. Unlike =
and Silvia models which I cut in a few seconds, it took =
five minutes to cut this one. I remember someone =
saying brass is
soft. Well, some is and some is not. The =
Andreja portafilters in
the not category.
P.S. Here =
is a picture of how I, being my Okie best, brought the
three bottom =
plow home with a car dolly pulled by a Chevy Prizm. For
once the =
SUV's did not tailgate.
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