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Topic: Personal Coffee Blogs or Web Sites (28 msgs / 600 lines)
1) From: George
blog or website name here 
owned by here  
web site address here=
next address here 
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 How about everyone that has a personal =
Coffee Blog or Coffee Website giving us your web addresses?  I think most l=
ist members would like a list of them and would check them out often, I kno=
w I will.  Perhaps everyone with one could put their addresses below the la=
st one on a list above the line of this message and any other reply below m=
y signature here.
George       the MadHemi Roaster of CNY
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here's the first reply to =
the topic at hand.   I think most list members will enjoy the info that lis=
t members have on their sites.  A lot of list members have sites that can a=
id a new or used coffee bean burner a lot.  So lets get going and list your=
 site(s).    This does include any commercial web sites or blogs that list =
members own.

2) From: Jason Brooks
George,
  I blog about coffee and other things at javajeb.wordpress.com
Jason
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Jason Brooks
jbrookshttp://javajeb.wordpress.com

3) From: Eddie Dove
Hello George,
Here is mine:
My Home Coffee Roasting Blog and Profiles for the Gene Cafehttp://southcoastcoffeeroaster.blogspot.com/Respectfully,
Eddie
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Errare humanun est - sed perseverare diabolicum
My Home Coffee Roasting Blog and Profiles for the Gene Cafehttp://themeyers.org/HomeRoast/On 2/19/07, George  wrote:">http://southcoastcoffeeroaster.blogspot.com/Sweet Maria's List - Searchable Archiveshttp://themeyers.org/HomeRoast/On 2/19/07, George  wrote:
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4) From: Kevin
My blog is below in my signature.  comments/suggestions posted to the
blog are greatly appreciated!
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My home coffee roasting blog:http://homecoffeeroastblog.blogspot.com/Kevin

5) From: Edward Bourgeois
George:    Here's mine
Ed Bourgeoishttp://coffee-roasting.blogspot.com/

6) From: Ed Needham
http://www.louisvillemojo.com/homeroasters(an online coffee club in ">http://www.homeroaster.com(my web site)http://www.louisvillemojo.com/homeroasters(an online coffee club in 
Louisville)http://www.homeroasters.org(for any homeroasters)
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Ed Needham®
"to absurdity and beyond!"http://www.homeroaster.com(include [FRIEND] in subject line to get through my SPAM filters)
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7) From: Matthew Evans
Here is my hack at coffee hobby site, kind of a coffee lifestyle thing....any comments are always welcome!!
   
 http://alivecoffeeexpressions.com/default.aspx   
  Matt
  Drum Roasting in the winter in AK... only the strong survive.
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8) From: Brett Mason
My website is:http://www.xanga.com/rockinjava9Cheers,">http://homeroast.freeservers.comMy blog is athttp://www.xanga.com/rockinjava9Cheers,
Brett
On 2/19/07, Matthew Evans  wrote:
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Cheers,
Bretthttp://homeroast.freeservers.com

9) From: Walter R. Basil
Mine is on my homepage. See signature, and click on Coffee.
-Walt
On Feb 19, 2007, at 7:30 PM, "Edward Bourgeois"  
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Walter R Basil
www.basilweb.net

10) From: Doug Cadmus
I guess I got some skin in the game on this one... ;)
   -Bloggle.com-
Made in Vermont
owned by, er... me
www.bloggle.com

11) From: Ed Needham
Well hello Mr. Cadmus.
Long time no see on this list.
Welcome back.
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Ed Needham®
"to absurdity and beyond!"http://www.homeroaster.com(include [FRIEND] in subject line to get through my SPAM filters)
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12) From: Jeff Bensen
At 08:41 AM 2/19/2007, George wrote:
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Name: iRoast-1 Temperature Probe Modification website
By:   Jeff Bensen
Site:http://jbensen.home.mpinet.net/- Jeff Bensen
   Palm Bay, FL

13) From: Phil Ferrante-Roseberry
I'm working on a BM/CO roaster at:http://javahound.blogspot.com/-Phil

14) From: Brian Kamnetz
BM/CO = Bread Machine / ????????
Brian
On 2/20/07, Phil Ferrante-Roseberry  wrote:
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15) From: Floyd Lozano
combusted oxygen.  you use a stream of liquid oxygen at high pressure
directed towards the beans and ignited right above the surface.  The beans
will hit 2nd crack in about 0.38 sec, producing a full bodied roast.  It has
the unfortunate side effect, however, of vaporizing the bread machine.
that's what thrift stores are for!
-F
On 2/21/07, Brian Kamnetz  wrote:
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16) From: Larry Johnson
What does oxygen combine with when you combust it?  I had assumed you meant
Bread Machine / Carbon Monoxide; roasting with your car exhaust.
On 2/21/07, Floyd Lozano  wrote:
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Larry J
"The truth does not change according to our ability to stomach it."
  - Flannery O'Connor

17) From: Floyd Lozano
too many damned scientists on this list ;P  ok so you can't combust oxygen.
next time i'll wikipedia before attempting a joke!http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CombustionOn 2/21/07, Larry Johnson  wrote:
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18) From: Leo Zick
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Double edged sword, you cant combust pure oxygen on its own (thank goodness
for that, people have fragile enough egos, no need to shatter their shells
too!), but you do need it to spark a combustion with a fuel
From: Floyd Lozano [mailto:fplozano] 
Sent: Wednesday, February 21, 2007 10:55 AM
To: homeroast
Subject: Re: +Personal Coffee Blogs or Web Sites
too many damned scientists on this list ;P  ok so you can't combust oxygen.
next time i'll wikipedia before attempting a joke!http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CombustionOn 2/21/07, Larry Johnson  wrote: 
What does oxygen combine with when you combust it?  I had assumed you meant
Bread Machine / Carbon Monoxide; roasting with your car exhaust.
On 2/21/07, Floyd Lozano  wrote: 
combusted oxygen.  you use a stream of liquid oxygen at high pressure
directed towards the beans and ignited right above the surface.  The beans
will hit 2nd crack in about 0.38 sec, producing a full bodied roast.  It has
the unfortunate side effect, however, of vaporizing the bread machine.
that's what thrift stores are for! 
-F
On 2/21/07, Brian Kamnetz  wrote: 
BM/CO = Bread Machine / ????????
Brian 
On 2/20/07, Phil Ferrante-Roseberry  wrote: 
I'm working on a BM/CO roaster at:http://javahound.blogspot.com/-Phil
-- 
Larry J
"The truth does not change according to our ability to stomach it." 
  - Flannery O'Connor

19) From: Vicki Smith
They do make cool guns, much like heat guns, but you have to attach them 
to an air compressor. They aren't cheap BTW.
v
True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69) wrote:
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20) From: Leo Zick
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Just stand behind a jet during takeoff. That should speed up roasting times
considerably.
From: True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69) [mailto:TrueDW] 
Sent: Wednesday, February 21, 2007 8:01 PM
To: homeroast
Subject: RE: +Personal Coffee Blogs or Web Sites
We have an O2-N2 (Oxygen- Nitrogen) shop onboard... hmmm I wonder if LOX
(Liquid Oxygen) used during and after the roast(for rapid cooling as well) 
-Pour
-light
-extenguish
-cool
-Air beans to ensure that LOX has dissapated before grinding ((otherwise you
might "reroast" while grinding)
that might make my roasting time shorter 
heck of a time doing any kind of profile... 
080deg .000
650+    .003 First Crack/Second Crack
800+    .005 Charbucks
cooling to -100 .007
Using a Steam Jacketed 30 Gal Kettle for roasting and 6ft all stainless
paddle for stiring.. I could do 100# at a time....hmmm
Dennis 
AKA 
FC1(SW) Dennis W. True 
Safety Dept 
USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) 
FPO AE 09532-2830 
HG/DB and Z&D roasting in the Indian Ocean 
 "On station and on point 93 and counting down." 
combusted oxygen.  you use a stream of liquid oxygen at high pressure
directed towards the beans and ignited right above the surface.  The beans
will hit 2nd crack in about 0.38 sec, producing a full bodied roast.  It has
the unfortunate side effect, however, of vaporizing the bread machine.
that's what thrift stores are for! 
-F
On 2/21/07, Brian Kamnetz  wrote: 
BM/CO = Bread Machine / ????????
Brian 
On 2/20/07, Phil Ferrante-Roseberry  wrote: 
I'm working on a BM/CO roaster at:http://javahound.blogspot.com/-Phil

21) From: Jeff Oien
Brian Kamnetz wrote:
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Convection Oven. Sometimes referred to as TO, Turbo Oven.
What an acronym rich hobby we have.
I still have to laugh at BM every time I see it.
JeffO

22) From: Brett Mason
Made my day - cup was not in hand...
Brett
On 2/21/07, Floyd Lozano  wrote:
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Cheers,
Bretthttp://homeroast.freeservers.com

23) From: stereoplegic
would that be "BM!/Constipation's Over!"
jeff wrote:
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24) From: Jim Carter
So, let me see if I'm following along properly.......
If BM/CO = BM/TO
And BM/CO = "BM!/Constipation's Over"
Then BM/TO = "BM!/Turd's Out"
It's all starting to make sense to me now.
Jim Carter
"Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana."
stereoplegic wrote:
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25) From: L. Michael Fraley, MD
Now that certainly should have had a Spew Warning!
Michael
On Feb 21, 2007, at 8:01 PM, True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69) wrote:
We have an O2-N2 (Oxygen- Nitrogen) shop onboard... hmmm I wonder if 
LOX (Liquid Oxygen) used during and after the roast(for rapid cooling =
as well)
-Pour
-light
-extenguish
-cool
-Air beans to ensure that LOX has dissapated before grinding 
((otherwise you might "reroast" while grinding)
 
that might make my roasting time shorter
heck of a time doing any kind of profile...
080deg .000
650+    .003 First Crack/Second Crack
800+    .005 Charbucks
cooling to -100 .007
 
Using a Steam Jacketed 30 Gal Kettle for roasting and 6ft all stainless =
paddle for stiring.. I could do 100# at a time....hmmm
 
Dennis
AKA
FC1(SW) Dennis W. True
Safety Dept
USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69)
FPO AE 09532-2830
HG/DB and Z&D roasting in the Indian Ocean
 “On station and on point 93 and counting down…"
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pressure 
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the 
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L. Michael Fraley, MD

26) From: True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69)
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
We have an O2-N2 (Oxygen- Nitrogen) shop onboard... hmmm I wonder if LOX
(Liquid Oxygen) used during and after the roast(for rapid cooling as
well) 
-Pour
-light
-extenguish
-cool
-Air beans to ensure that LOX has dissapated before grinding ((otherwise
you might "reroast" while grinding)
 
that might make my roasting time shorter 
heck of a time doing any kind of profile... 
080deg .000
650+    .003 First Crack/Second Crack
800+    .005 Charbucks
cooling to -100 .007
 
Using a Steam Jacketed 30 Gal Kettle for roasting and 6ft all stainless
paddle for stiring.. I could do 100# at a time....hmmm
 
Dennis 
AKA 
FC1(SW) Dennis W. True 
Safety Dept 
USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) 
FPO AE 09532-2830 
HG/DB and Z&D roasting in the Indian Ocean 
 "On station and on point 93 and counting down..." 
	combusted oxygen.  you use a stream of liquid oxygen at high
pressure directed towards the beans and ignited right above the surface.
The beans will hit 2nd crack in about 0.38 sec, producing a full bodied
roast.  It has the unfortunate side effect, however, of vaporizing the
bread machine.  that's what thrift stores are for! 
	-F
	
	 
	On 2/21/07, Brian Kamnetz  wrote: 
		BM/CO = Bread Machine / ????????
		
		
		Brian 
		
		
		
		
		On 2/20/07, Phil Ferrante-Roseberry 
wrote: 
			I'm working on a BM/CO roaster at:
			
		http://javahound.blogspot.com/			
			-Phil
			
			
			

27) From: Larry Williams
I finally updated my site.  It's got a little of everything.  http://www.larrywilliamsstuff.20m.com/Larry
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28) From: Vicki Smith
Very neat labels, Larry!! I remembered you writing about venting the IR2 
down through the Jennaire. Also neat. Ron is always happy to see that I 
am rubbing shoulders with car guys. He says things like "see, see, I'm 
not the only one".
vicki
Larry Williams wrote:
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