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Topic: A Great Local Coffee Find!! (21 msgs / 880 lines)
1) From: Lynne Biziewski
I was approaching a real emergency a few days ago - I was running out of
coffee,
but I'm not in a position to put in even the smallest order (not yet - my
situation
has been getting better, but sometimes it does seem like we take one step
forward
& two steps back!)
Been rationing out the food money (actually, the rent comes first - I can do
wonders
with rice & beans, and I make homemade bread everyday), which actually has
been
coming from my son who is bussing tables at a restaurant nearby... THAT
feels really,
really weird - and so nice!
Anyways, I was close to having to switch to drinking ONLY the tea I've
recently inherited
(when my kid moved back)... after a warning to keep away from grocery-store
coffee that
must have been a Holy Message.
I figured with only a few dollars allotted for coffee, I'd have to get a bag
of Eight O'Clock.
Oh, believe me, I hated the thought, but figured, hey, I bought some out of
desperation
when I moved in January & couldn't find my coffee in the moving boxes - the
bag I got wasn't
totally terrible, at least for a couple of cups (til I found my green beans,
whew!)
So I'm in the grocery store, approaching the coffee section, when this guy
walks by, and
I overheard his conversation - "I bought some of that Eight O'clock coffee -
man, was it
AWFUL - it was SO bad.. I'll never buy THAT again..."
Providence. Simply Providence.
I took this as a message from above, & walked out!!!
After much thought, I decided to give this local coffee roaster a shot, "The
Atomic Cafe, "
in Beverly here in Massachusetts.  Didn't know if they'd even sell me any
greens, but I gave it
a shot.
Well, what a delight!! I had the best conversation with one of the owners -
John Mahoney.
He REALLY knows his stuff, & I was able to buy a couple of pounds of
emergency greens
(no competition to SM's,as he did this as a courtesy for me, a homeroaster,
I assume).
I wasn't able to try the espresso - I plan to visit when things aren't so
tight for us. It's a
perfect spot - there's an old fashioned movie theater nearby that I read
about (hoping it's still open
- there's also one in Salem, which is right next to Beverly - great to have
a real movie theater operated
by a small business, just like years ago!)
If you are in the area, you HAVE to try this place. It's tiny - a few
tables, some booths, and
the roaster is right in the next 'room' (also tiny).It may be awhile until I
can justify the expense,
but when I do visit & try their espresso, I'll let you guys know my
impression. Judging from the
quality of the beans, and the knowledge he shared with me, I expect
something really, really good.
Lynne
(still can't believe this exists here!!)

2) From: miKe mcKoffee
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:-)  No question when my Kafe is up and running would do the same. BTW,
shoot me your snail mail addy, greens stash is fine so donation time...
 
miKe  
From: homeroast-admin
[mailto:homeroast-admin] On Behalf Of Lynne Biziewski
Sent: Tuesday, July 03, 2007 9:53 PM
I was approaching a real emergency a few days ago - I was running out of
coffee, 
but I'm not in a position to put in even the smallest order (not yet - my
situation
has been getting better, but sometimes it does seem like we take one step
forward 
& two steps back!)
Been rationing out the food money (actually, the rent comes first - I can do
wonders
with rice & beans, and I make homemade bread everyday), which actually has
been 
coming from my son who is bussing tables at a restaurant nearby... THAT
feels really, 
really weird - and so nice!
Anyways, I was close to having to switch to drinking ONLY the tea I've
recently inherited 
(when my kid moved back)... after a warning to keep away from grocery-store
coffee that 
must have been a Holy Message.
I figured with only a few dollars allotted for coffee, I'd have to get a bag
of Eight O'Clock.
Oh, believe me, I hated the thought, but figured, hey, I bought some out of
desperation 
when I moved in January & couldn't find my coffee in the moving boxes - the
bag I got wasn't
totally terrible, at least for a couple of cups (til I found my green beans,
whew!)
So I'm in the grocery store, approaching the coffee section, when this guy
walks by, and 
I overheard his conversation - "I bought some of that Eight O'clock coffee -
man, was it 
AWFUL - it was SO bad.. I'll never buy THAT again..."
Providence. Simply Providence. 
I took this as a message from above, & walked out!!! 
After much thought, I decided to give this local coffee roaster a shot, "The
Atomic Cafe,  " 
in Beverly here in Massachusetts.  Didn't know if they'd even sell me any
greens, but I gave it 
a shot. 
Well, what a delight!! I had the best conversation with one of the owners -
John Mahoney. 
He REALLY knows his stuff, & I was able to buy a couple of pounds of
emergency greens 
(no competition to SM's,as he did this as a courtesy for me, a homeroaster,
I assume). 
I wasn't able to try the espresso - I plan to visit when things aren't so
tight for us. It's a
perfect spot - there's an old fashioned movie theater nearby that I read
about (hoping it's still open 
- there's also one in Salem, which is right next to Beverly - great to have
a real movie theater operated 
by a small business, just like years ago!)
If you are in the area, you HAVE to try this place. It's tiny - a few
tables, some booths, and 
the roaster is right in the next 'room' (also tiny).It may be awhile until I
can justify the expense, 
but when I do visit & try their espresso, I'll let you guys know my
impression. Judging from the 
quality of the beans, and the knowledge he shared with me, I expect
something really, really good.
Lynne
(still can't believe this exists here!!)

3) From: Sandy Andina
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Wow--I haven't been back to Beverly since I was a teenager (we used  
to vacation at Magnolia Manor). I remember it as having been a lovely  
little town, along with Pride's Crossing, Beverly Farms and Rockport  
(though the latter was touristy even back in '66).  Gotta get myself  
back to the Cape Ann area one of these days.
On Jul 3, 2007, at 11:52 PM, Lynne Biziewski wrote:
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Wow--I haven't been back to =
Beverly since I was a teenager (we used to vacation at Magnolia Manor). =
I remember it as having been a lovely little town, along with Pride's =
Crossing, Beverly Farms and Rockport (though the latter was touristy =
even back in '66).  Gotta get myself back to the Cape Ann area one of =
these days.
On Jul 3, 2007, at 11:52 PM, Lynne Biziewski =
wrote:
After much thought, I decided to give this local = coffee roaster a shot, "The Atomic = Cafe," in Beverly here in Massachusetts.  Didn't know if = they'd even sell me any greens, but I gave it a shot. Well, = what a delight!! I had the best conversation with one of the owners - = John Mahoney. He REALLY knows his stuff, & I was able to buy a = couple of pounds of emergency greens (no competition to SM's,as he = did this as a courtesy for me, a homeroaster, I assume). I = wasn't able to try the espresso - I plan to visit when things aren't so = tight for us. It's a perfect spot - there's an old fashioned movie = theater nearby that I read about (hoping it's still open - there's = also one in Salem, which is right next to Beverly - great to have a real = movie theater operated by a small business, just like years = ago!) If you are in the area, you HAVE to try this place. It's = tiny - a few tables, some booths, and the roaster is right in the = next 'room' (also tiny).It may be awhile until I can justify the = expense, but when I do visit & try their espresso, I'll let you = guys know my impression. Judging from the quality of the beans, and = the knowledge he shared with me, I expect something really, really = good. Lynne (still can't believe this exists = here!!) Sandy = Andinawww.sandyandina.comwww.myspace.com/sandyandina=

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4) From:
Lynne:
Great story! It is really nice to have a local place for emergency greens and a decent to wonderful cup of coffee.
What kind of coffee do you roast?
ginny
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5) From: Lynne Biziewski
Wow - you guys are TOO MUCH!
Just sat down at my computer for the first time since yesterday - we have
fireworks right
down the street, set off on a barge on the water, so my time was split
between running errands,
cooking, and taking care of the dogs (one needed to stay inside, close to
be, as he's terrified
of the noise, another was begging to go out to be part of the festivities!)
Yes, I'll accept your generosity. Hopefully, I'll be able to 'play it
forward' soon (loved that
movie, btw - my philosophy of life). Even if I still have to scrape by for
awhile, I'm hoping
to contribute in other ways, either by volunteering locally - I'm also
applying for a Americorps
Vista position locally.
I'll continue by PM - thanks a million!
Lynne

6) From: miKe mcKoffee
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Lynne, 
 
I'll apologize in advance for sending some that are "less than favorites"
that have been sitting around for a year or so. (Though greens vacuum sealed
of course:-) Just in case, shoot your snail mail addy to mckona AT
comcast.net
 
miKe  
From: homeroast-admin
[mailto:homeroast-admin] On Behalf Of Lynne Biziewski
Sent: Wednesday, July 04, 2007 8:43 AM
To: homeroast
Subject: Re: +A Great Local Coffee Find!!
Wow - you guys are TOO MUCH! 
Just sat down at my computer for the first time since yesterday - we have
fireworks right 
down the street, set off on a barge on the water, so my time was split
between running errands, 
cooking, and taking care of the dogs (one needed to stay inside, close to
be, as he's terrified 
of the noise, another was begging to go out to be part of the festivities!)
Yes, I'll accept your generosity. Hopefully, I'll be able to 'play it
forward' soon (loved that 
movie, btw - my philosophy of life). Even if I still have to scrape by for
awhile, I'm hoping 
to contribute in other ways, either by volunteering locally - I'm also
applying for a Americorps
Vista position locally. 
I'll continue by PM - thanks a million!
Lynne

7) From: Lynne Biziewski
Sandy -
Everything (natch) has changed from the 60's. But Rockport is still touristy
(but that's part of it's charm - when I was in art school a million years
ago, to really insult our work an instructor would tell us it looked like
'Rockport' art.. lol - however, THOSE artists were and are making money)!
Beverly still has lots of charm. I don't get there all that often - I'm in
Lynn ("city of sin.. " the place that has for years identified itself with
what other city it is NEAR - ha).
I love it here. It is a poor, struggling, multicultural city with lots of
problems.
I fit right in!
At any rate - this little cafe was such a terrific find. It is such a
thrilling experience to not just find great coffee, but to realize that it
isn't a one-time-fluke - that it's the result of dedication & knowledge.
And it's practically in my backyard (just saw on there website that they
have another cafe in Marblehead, which is even closer to me).
If you EVER head out this way, make sure you let me know. I was in a
horrible, tiny apt a few months ago, but now I'm back in my spacious apt
that's really a home (it has good vibes here, too).
You have to like dogs, though - we have three that serve as our welcoming
committee!
Lynne
On 7/4/07, Sandy Andina  wrote:
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8) From: Mike Chester
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Lynne,
Did you get my message off list?
Mike Chester

9) From: Sandy Andina
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If you can, take a listen to a song by Mason and Jeanne Daring (also  
recorded by Jim Post) called "Marblehead Morning." It really captures  
the essence--and the seafaring heritage--of the area as I recall it.
On Jul 4, 2007, at 11:03 AM, Lynne Biziewski wrote:
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Sandy Andina
www.sandyandina.com
www.myspace.com/sandyandina
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If you can, take a listen to a =
song by Mason and Jeanne Daring (also recorded by Jim Post) called =
"Marblehead Morning." It really captures the essence--and the seafaring =
heritage--of the area as I recall it.
On Jul 4, 2007, at =
11:03 AM, Lynne Biziewski wrote:
Sandy = - Everything (natch) has changed from the 60's. But Rockport is = still touristy (but that's part of it's charm - when I was in art school = a million years ago, to really insult our work an instructor would tell = us it looked like 'Rockport' art.. lol - however, THOSE artists were and = are making money)! Beverly still has lots of charm. I don't get = there all that often - I'm in Lynn ("city of sin.. " the place that has = for years identified itself with what other city it is NEAR - ha). = I love it here. It is a poor, struggling, multicultural city = with lots of problems. I fit right in! At any rate - this = little cafe was such a terrific find. It is such a thrilling experience = to not just find great coffee, but to realize that it isn't a = one-time-fluke - that it's the result of dedication & knowledge. = And it's practically in my backyard (just saw on there website = that they have another cafe in Marblehead, which is even closer to = me). If you EVER head out this way, make sure you let me know. I = was in a horrible, tiny apt a few months ago, but now I'm back in my = spacious apt that's really a home (it has good vibes here, too). = You have to like dogs, though - we have three that serve as our = welcoming committee! Lynne On 7/4/07, Sandy = Andina < = sandraandina> wrote:Wow--I haven't been back to Beverly since I was a teenager = (we used to vacation at Magnolia Manor). I remember it as having been a = lovely little town, along with Pride's Crossing, Beverly Farms and = Rockport (though the latter was touristy even back in '66).  Gotta get = myself back to the Cape Ann area one of these days. Sandy = Andinawww.sandyandina.comwww.myspace.com/sandyandina=

= = --Apple-Mail-13--880326050--

10) From: Lynne Biziewski
Sandy -
I'll look for this song - this is a new one for me!
Have you ever heard Don White? He's a local guy, folksinger - from Lynn. I
discovered his music on our folk station here something like ten yrs ago.
I saw him in person about a yr ago. Oh, he is both a good musician and also
a good entertainer - he's SO funny. He has one song, "I'm From Lynn, What
Can I Say..." that really captures the essense of Lynn. (guess you could
call Lynn the opposite of Marblehead - ha!) He also wrote a book - "Memoirs
of a C Student..." I haven't had the chance to read it yet (and I plan to
try to arrange a benefit at our school, and try to get him to perform) but
he read some when I saw him perform. So very, very funny - and altogether
good reading.
He also performs in Michigan, too.
Btw - I LOVE seafaring songs.
Lynne
On 7/4/07, Sandy Andina  wrote:
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11) From: MichaelB
Lynne,
Before you invite this singer to a benefit, check out the following lyrics!http://www.marielynnhammond.com/mlh_641.htmOn 7/4/07, Lynne Biziewski  wrote:
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MichaelB

12) From: Sandy Andina
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I don't *think* I've heard Don White--but I've gotta check the Folk- 
DJ lists and XM 15 The Village to find out if he has gotten airplay  
and I just didn't notice.  If you like seafaring songs, I might do a  
quick recording of my "Breath of a Hurricane" (I wrote it when  
someone wanted a traditional New England seafaring song and I didn't  
know any yet).  It might be hard to find any Jim Post on iTunes that  
isn't either his kids' stuff or his Mark Twain one-man show (or, as  
he will admit only at gunpoint, as half of the 1968 one-hit wonder  
duo Friend & Lover, who did "Reach Out in the Darkness").  I remember  
finding the original Mason & Jeanne Daring version on the old  
Napster--it might be on iTunes.
On Jul 4, 2007, at 6:02 PM, Lynne Biziewski wrote:
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Sandy Andina
www.sandyandina.com
www.myspace.com/sandyandina
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I don't *think* I've heard Don =
White--but I've gotta check the Folk-DJ lists and XM 15 The Village to =
find out if he has gotten airplay and I just didn't notice.  If you =
like seafaring songs, I might do a quick recording of my "Breath of a =
Hurricane" (I wrote it when someone wanted a traditional New England =
seafaring song and I didn't know any yet).  It might be hard to find =
any Jim Post on iTunes that isn't either his kids' stuff or his Mark =
Twain one-man show (or, as he will admit only at gunpoint, as half of =
the 1968 one-hit wonder duo Friend & Lover, who did "Reach Out in =
the Darkness").  I remember finding the original Mason & Jeanne =
Daring version on the old Napster--it might be on =
iTunes.On Jul 4, 2007, at 6:02 PM, Lynne Biziewski =
wrote:
Sandy - I'll look for this song - this is a new one = for me! Have you ever heard Don White? He's a local guy, = folksinger - from Lynn. I discovered his music on our folk station here = something like ten yrs ago. I saw him in person about a yr ago. = Oh, he is both a good musician and also a good entertainer - he's SO = funny. He has one song, "I'm From Lynn, What Can I Say..." that really = captures the essense of = Lynn. (guess you could call Lynn the opposite of Marblehead - = ha!) He also wrote a book - "Memoirs of a C Student..." I haven't had = the chance to read it yet (and I plan to try to arrange a benefit at our = school, and try to get him to perform) but he read some when I saw him = perform. So very, very funny - and altogether good reading. He = also performs in Michigan, too. Btw - I LOVE seafaring songs. = Lynne On 7/4/07, = Sandy Andina < sandraandina> = wrote:If you can, take a listen to a song by Mason and = Jeanne Daring (also recorded by Jim Post) called "Marblehead Morning." = It really captures the essence--and the seafaring heritage--of the area = as I recall it. On Jul 4, 2007, at 11:03 AM, = Lynne Biziewski wrote: Sandy = - Everything (natch) has changed from the 60's. But Rockport is = still touristy (but that's part of it's charm - when I was in art school = a million years ago, to really insult our work an instructor would tell = us it looked like 'Rockport' art.. lol - however, THOSE artists were and = are making money)! Beverly still has lots of charm. I don't get = there all that often - I'm in Lynn ("city of sin.. " the place that has = for years identified itself with what other city it is NEAR - ha). = I love it here. It is a poor, struggling, multicultural city = with lots of problems. I fit right in! At any rate - this = little cafe was such a terrific find. It is such a thrilling experience = to not just find great coffee, but to realize that it isn't a = one-time-fluke - that it's the result of dedication & knowledge. = And it's practically in my backyard (just saw on there website = that they have another cafe in Marblehead, which is even closer to = me). If you EVER head out this way, make sure you let me know. I = was in a horrible, tiny apt a few months ago, but now I'm back in my = spacious apt that's really a home (it has good vibes here, too). = You have to like dogs, though - we have three that serve as our = welcoming committee! Lynne On 7/4/07, Sandy = Andina < = sandraandina> wrote:Wow--I haven't = been back to Beverly since I was a teenager (we used to vacation at = Magnolia Manor). I remember it as having been a lovely little town, = along with Pride's Crossing, Beverly Farms and Rockport (though the = latter was touristy even back in '66).  Gotta get myself back to the = Cape Ann area one of these days. = Sandy Andinawww.sandyandina.com<= A href="http://www.myspace.com/sandyandina"target="_blank" = onclick="return top.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)"> = www.myspace.com/sandyandina = = Sandy = Andinawww.sandyandina.comwww.myspace.com/sandyandina=

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13) From: Chris Cockrell
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Lynne - this is my first post (reply).  
 
I read your comments on your "local coffee find" post and had to laugh.
Before I found out about home roasting and all, my over the counter coffee
of choice was "Eight o'clock".  Here in LaGrange, KY it is found at Kroger
and Wal-Mart of all places.  My pre home roasting advice would have been to
stay away from the red bag and buy only the brown bag "Columbian".  The Red
bag (or any other color) is...well...let's just say its' not good.  IMHO the
Brown bag was not too bad as compared to what other options I had for
$4.58/12oz bag of beans.  My next real option beyond the never ending
variety of Folgers and Maxwell house was a $9.99/bag of Charbucks breakfast
blend.  Now I say - get out the Westbend and bring on the Ethiopian Yirgi
bean..!!!
 
Happy roasting!
 
Chris in LaGrange

14) From: Tom Ulmer
Hello Chris-
More than a few of us came here by way of Eight O'Clock Columbian at some
point. It was that nagging question of why one bag would be nutty and full
of flavor and another was quite inadequate that eventually lead to
keystrokes in Yahoo that finds me here. 
Cheers

15) From: Larry Johnson
Count me as one. I had almost the same experience, except my great find (at
least as an intro to homeroasting) was Ken David's book. Hey, at least it
got me started. And it had Sweet Maria's URL in the back. The rest is
history.
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Larry J
Whatever you do will be insignificant, but it is very important that you do
it.
  - Mahatma Gandhi

16) From: Lynne Biziewski
Welcome to our group, Chris!
I never expected a religious experience connected with coffee drinking -
well, now that I've had a message from above keeping me from Eight O'Clock,
I really know that Sweet Maria's coffee is
blessed!!
Lynne
On 7/5/07, Chris Cockrell  wrote:
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17) From: Paul Martin
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Former Eight O'Clock user support group member checking in :^)  Perhaps it's
because it's one of the cheapest ways to get into "bean" coffee.  Eight
O'Clock...it's the gateway drug. 
 
Paul  
From: homeroast-admin
[mailto:homeroast-admin] On Behalf Of Lynne Biziewski
Sent: Thursday, July 05, 2007 5:27 PM
To: homeroast
Subject: Re: +A Great Local Coffee Find!!
Welcome to our group, Chris! 
I never expected a religious experience connected with coffee drinking -
well, now that I've had a message from above keeping me from Eight O'Clock,
I really know that Sweet Maria's coffee is 
blessed!!
Lynne
On 7/5/07, Chris Cockrell  wrote: 
Lynne - this is my first post (reply).  
 
I read your comments on your "local coffee find" post and had to laugh.
Before I found out about home roasting and all, my over the counter coffee
of choice was "Eight o'clock".  Here in LaGrange, KY it is found at Kroger
and Wal-Mart of all places.  My pre home roasting advice would have been to
stay away from the red bag and buy only the brown bag "Columbian".  The Red
bag (or any other color) is...well...let's just say its' not good.  IMHO the
Brown bag was not too bad as compared to what other options I had for
$4.58/12oz bag of beans.  My next real option beyond the never ending
variety of Folgers and Maxwell house was a $9.99/bag of Charbucks breakfast
blend.  Now I say - get out the Westbend and bring on the Ethiopian Yirgi
bean..!!!
 
Happy roasting!
 
Chris in LaGrange

18) From: Lynne Biziewski
Ha - love it!
On 7/5/07, Paul Martin  wrote:
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19) From: Rich
I bought one bag of Eight O'Clock coffee and found it just plain BAD.  Never have purchased another.  
It almost turned me off from whole bean coffee. It is worse than Navy coffee from the "strong" urn.
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From: Paul Martin
Date: Thu, 05 Jul 2007 17:32:51 -0400
Former Eight O'Clock user support group member checking in :^)  Perhaps it's because it's one of the cheapest ways to get into 
"bean" coffee.  Eight O'Clock...it's the gateway drug.  
Paul 
From: homeroast-admin [mailto:homeroast-admin] On Behalf Of Lynne Biziewski
Sent: Thursday, July 05, 2007 5:27 PM
To: homeroast
Subject: Re: +A Great Local Coffee Find!!
Welcome to our group, Chris! 
I never expected a religious experience connected with coffee drinking - well, now that I've had a message from above keeping me 
from Eight O'Clock, I really know that Sweet Maria's coffee is 
blessed!!
Lynne
On 7/5/07, Chris Cockrell  wrote: Lynne - this is my first post (reply).   
I read your comments on your "local coffee find" post and had to laugh.  Before I found out about home roasting and all, my over the 
counter coffee of choice was "Eight o'clock".  Here in LaGrange, KY it is found at Kroger and Wal-Mart of all places.  My pre home 
roasting advice would have been to stay away from the red bag and buy only the brown bag "Columbian".  The Red bag (or any other 
color) is...well...let's just say its' not good.  IMHO the Brown bag was not too bad as compared to what other options I had for 
$4.58/12oz bag of beans.  My next real option beyond the never ending variety of Folgers and Maxwell house was a $9.99/bag of 
Charbucks breakfast blend.  Now I say - get out the Westbend and bring on the Ethiopian Yirgi bean..!!! 
Happy roasting! 
Chris in LaGrange 

20) From: Lynne Biziewski
Michael -
Very good! However, Don White addresses that in his website. He doesn't
do benefits for free & he only does the ones that interest him, (he grew up
&
lives here in the same city I now call home - there is way more need here
than money).
And - he earns a percentage of the proceedings, which is only fair.
Lynne
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21) From: Lynne Biziewski
miKe-
Just wanted to let you know the package came. Thank you so very, very
much! The was a great day to get them, too - I had the first class with what
seems to be one of the worst instructors around - three long hours that
almost
made me hate literature by the end.
Only 5 1/2 wks left! Whoopee!
Anyway, my mail was def the high point of my day - the silver lining!
Can't wait to roast - thanks so much -
Lynne
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