oh heck, how do I know if it's list approiate? where are the list police when you need them? ginny oh list police, oh list police where are you, help
OK Gin no worries, we don't need no "stinkin list police" when you're on the case.... FWIW I've found it difficult to change my behavior, and down-right impossible to change the behavior of others.... so I don't try. Life is short, about 10 hours till my next pot of good stuff.... JR
My daughter just emailed me and asked me about 'cold press coffee' . . . she said she had found an article on it that interested her because it is supposed to have less oil and acidity. Can someone explain this process? I have never heard of it.
Here you go...http://mcgerik.com/scott/archives/cold_press_coffee_fri_09_jan_2004.phpJane Hill wrote: <Snip>
Jane, Cold brewed coffee can be excellent. You can read about and see the process athttp://www.thecajunconnection.com/toddy.htmlOn Tue, 2004-02-03 at 17:25, Jane Hill wrote: <Snip>
We must have "slash-dotted" the server - it won't connect at the moment. On Tue, 2004-02-03 at 17:31, Peter Barnes wrote: <Snip>
That's really funny. Watch out world, coffee roasters are a force to be reckoned with. John Abbott wrote: <Snip>
Thanks to all the good people on the list for the links and info on cold press coffee!
I have tried some from an acquaintance at work. True, it was not bitter or oily, but I found it more like coffee "tea" than anything else. Rather subtle and bland. Not to my liking. Sometime around 16:47 2/3/2004, Jane Hill typed: <Snip> -- John Nanci AlChemist at large Zen Roasting , Blending & Espresso pulling by Gestalthttp://www.dreamsandbones.net/blog/
Jane, I've tried the cold brew coffee with a toddymaker several times. The cup definitely had less oil and less acidity, and LESS FLAVOR - a very uninteresting cup. It might be OK for iced coffee. Maybe I'll try it again in a few months. Dave Westerville, OH (current temp 19) <Snip>
I may have missed it, but have we heard from John Abbott recently? I looked back in the archives, and as far as I can tell, we haven't had a mailing since late March. John, forgive me if I've just missed it, but I am concerned. I hope all is well. Barbara
<Snip> I had the same question - a note I sent him a couple of days ago about a possible Bay area gathering bounced. Does anyone know where and how he is?
On Apr 25, 2004, at 12:42pm, Zara Haimo wrote: <Snip> What reason was given in the nondelivery message for the bounce? It will usually give some reason like "unknown user" or "unable to contact server". Last word we had was on 4/10 when Ben T. told us that he was busy with other projects -- wrestling penguins and herding cats. John Blumel