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Topic: An afternoon of roasting (5 msgs / 74 lines)
1) From: R.N.Kyle
Have a good trip Andrew, hurry back
Ron Kyle
Anderson SC
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2) From: Andrew J. Lynn
I'm going to Boston for a month, so I roasted a couple pounds - ought to 
hold me over for a little while.  Easier said than done with a Gourmet. 
 Oh, to have bought a Rosto instead.
To give the Gourmet a break I experimented with a couple of skillet 
batches.  Wow.  Uneven doesn't begin to describe the full range from 
pre-first crack to Starbucks.  I'll call that "character".  But I think 
with a bit of practice it could work, and without the deafening roar of 
the HWG.
Switching to digest mode now, so you won't hear much from me until February.
Andy Lynn
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3) From: David Westebbe
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Andy -
If you want to check out some North End espresso, drop me a line.  I'm
always up for a trip.
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4) From: jim gundlach
On Thursday, December 26, 2002, at 06:06 PM, Andrew J. Lynn wrote:
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My experience exactly,   A round bottomed wok makes for better stirring.
Jim Gundlach
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5) From: Dan Bollinger
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Some would call that a "Melange Roast", others a "Mongrel Roast", depends on
your perspective!  :)    Dan
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