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Well I can find out Marilyn, I'm not a fan of all these lattes with coffee and tea, but I can learn!
Robbie, can you make chai tea latte? I never drink coffee, but recently had a chai tea made with egg nog. Mmmm.
I'm here chookies, company came over and........well you know now!!
Hi Witzy, that is my mug, I guess I shouldn't call Jacques a wuss anymore!!
Thanks Shirley, sent some to you.
You're always welcome KARLS.
My cooking mate put me on to it PKH, then I was hooked!
Coming up Jacques!
Hush your beak chookies! Hee-Hee.
I hope the post works Robbos!
Oh my gosh Hanne, chemistry and physics were my worst subjects!!
Well, Robbie, a good scientist was lost when you decided not to be one. This way of making coffee would make even Einstein jealous!! Thanks so very much!!
Hey Robbie my good man.Please put good ol' chookies out of her misery, Pleeeeeaaaaassssseeee:)
Forget the coffee - WHERE'S OUR MOONSHINE??
i like a good cup of strong coffee with a little bit melk and sugar!mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!
What a collection. Looks like a good one though.
You have made an art out of it, Robbie. I thought I was spoiled with freshly ground coffee and espresso.....I will have to let Jim know he has more to explore in the world of coffee!
IT WOULD HAVE TO BE BETTER THAN SUPERMARKET QUALITY. I'M ON MY WAY!
Your coffee sound devine Robbie, bring some along with your moonshine, and whizz on over to chookies, all the gang are waiting for you, trucks ready just waiting on you.
No Moonshine, no coffee, what is there left?
A serious coffee armoury. And a cute little sheep mug!
Robbie - where are you, mate? Forget the coffee, where's the moonshine! the woman folk can't leave without it!!
Yes I do remember them bookish, they were yummy. A shame so many nice things are not available today. Thanks.
You are so right YO and I agree with you regarding those 'machines!' The supermarkets have them here and the coffee tastes weak. I tried several different cups but none of them tasted good.
I'll be ready Ank, no fear! Thanks.
No problem lyndee, you put your order in and I will make sure I have it ready, thanks.
So.........do I dare say.........I don't like coffee??????
Pity it's now too late for coffee, but in about 10 hours.............
Good for you Robbie. I love to see this especially with all the Keurig machines, wasting resources and promising something that is really inferior in the name of "convenience". If it is worth eating or drinking it takes a bit of effort.
Robbie, I just know your coffee would be perfect and worth the trouble. For years I ground my own cinnamon - used for baking and cappuccinos. The local store carried a special type - as a child, did you ever have those hard, little fish-shaped red cinnamon candies that left a tingling effect on your lips? My cinnamon did that. Sadly, the store now only carries regular ones so I stopped grinding my own.
Hi GS, I make it fun and play lots of music and yes it does taste divine, thanks.
BUTTER CAROLE!!! It is fun to be a bit nuts isn't it?! ( goingsilver thinks I'm a bit crazy!! ) HEE - HEE -HEE.
I'm glad you like it PLG, thanks, I have some more coming tonight!
Now that sounds like a plan JJ and good marketing slogan! I think we crossed on each other's puzzle! Thanks.
Good for you gem, I'll send some through the triangle!
Ooooooh...I can actually smell it! :D
Gee, I would love to try your coffee, Robbiel...I have been thinking of names for it if you would like me to market it for you...how about..."Robbiel's Bermuda Blend Coffee - Moderately Rich and Robust" (for those who are moderately rich and live a life with robust!) (You can just send me coffee in payment of marketing charges!) :)))))
I love it! And this whole set! Thanks, Robbie. There's something great about your kitchen!!!
You have refined this to an art form! And it is always very very good to have friends who think you are nuts! (I know, I have several.)
It sounds like a military operation Robbie, but I bet it tastes divine!
This is all the equipment I use. Roast the beans in that I-Roast machine for 9 minutes. Then grind in that grinder behind the copper pot. I use the French Press to make the coffee and heat the milk in the copper pot. On the left are two different blends, I mix Kenyan, Tanzanian, Honduran and Colombian to make a medium strong blend then keep them in the freezer. Our friends think I am nuts, but they sure love the coffee!!