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Date: 04 Nov 2006 23:43:45
From: Joseph Meehan
Subject: Coffee maker recomendation
I am looking for a programmable, coffee maker that will grind the beans
and can be connected to a water supply. Anyone know of such a machine for
home use?

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Date: 08 Nov 2006 09:11:45
From: Omniryx@gmail.com
Subject: Re: Coffee maker recomendation

Danny wrote:
> At least I answered the OP in this
> thread. One of two replies. The other was just silly.

As a silly question, get a silly answer, Dan-O. :)

Actually, I suppose I could have said, "Plumb in a Fetco, graft a
Ditting onto the top of it, and you're good to go." But that would
have been another silly answer, wouldn't it?

Can we lighten up just a tiny, tiny bit, please.



 
Date: 06 Nov 2006 16:46:13
From: Danny
Subject: Re: Coffee maker recomendation
Joseph Meehan wrote:
> I am looking for a programmable, coffee maker that will grind the beans
> and can be connected to a water supply. Anyone know of such a machine for
> home use?
>

Superauto. Home models by Saeco, Jura etc. Espresso consistant, but
consistently average...


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Date: 06 Nov 2006 18:01:52
From: Marshall
Subject: Re: Coffee maker recomendation
On Mon, 06 Nov 2006 16:46:13 +0000, Danny
<danny@nospam.gaggia-espresso.com > wrote:

>Joseph Meehan wrote:
>> I am looking for a programmable, coffee maker that will grind the beans
>> and can be connected to a water supply. Anyone know of such a machine for
>> home use?
>>
>
>Superauto. Home models by Saeco, Jura etc. Espresso consistant, but
>consistently average...

I must have missed it. Did he ask about espresso?

shall :-)


   
Date: 06 Nov 2006 12:28:44
From: Harry Moos
Subject: Re: Coffee maker recomendation
Aren't espresso machines the only one that can be plumbed into the water
supply? Or are restaurant coffee service machines plumbed in, too? The
ones I'm familiar with aren't; they must be filled by hand.

"shall" <mrfuss@ihatespamearthlink.net > wrote in message
news:13uuk2lgc6is3nlcvjbq5a9pscc0njn14v@4ax.com...
>
>>Superauto. Home models by Saeco, Jura etc. Espresso consistant, but
>>consistently average...
>
> I must have missed it. Did he ask about espresso?
>
> shall :-)




    
Date: 06 Nov 2006 18:46:13
From: Marshall
Subject: Re: Coffee maker recomendation
On Mon, 6 Nov 2006 12:28:44 -0600, "Harry Moos" <harrym@ruraltel.net >
wrote:

>"shall" <mrfuss@ihatespamearthlink.net> wrote in message
>news:13uuk2lgc6is3nlcvjbq5a9pscc0njn14v@4ax.com...
>>
>>>Superauto. Home models by Saeco, Jura etc. Espresso consistant, but
>>>consistently average...
>>
>> I must have missed it. Did he ask about espresso?
>>
>> shall :-)

>Aren't espresso machines the only one that can be plumbed into the water
>supply? Or are restaurant coffee service machines plumbed in, too? The
>ones I'm familiar with aren't; they must be filled by hand.

No. Even our little office drip machine is plumbed in.

shall


     
Date: 06 Nov 2006 16:42:29
From: Harry Moos
Subject: Re: Coffee maker recomendation
What turns off the water? The local coffee service provides Bunn machines,
but there is no provision for a shut-off. Do they auto-fill, or do you
manually control the water intake?

"shall" <mrfuss@ihatespamearthlink.net > wrote in message
news:nm0vk25dbbferh4s9o0sonmc8fpb6at0to@4ax.com...
> On Mon, 6 Nov 2006 12:28:44 -0600, "Harry Moos" <harrym@ruraltel.net>
> wrote:
>
>>Aren't espresso machines the only one that can be plumbed into the water
>>supply? Or are restaurant coffee service machines plumbed in, too? The
>>ones I'm familiar with aren't; they must be filled by hand.
>
> No. Even our little office drip machine is plumbed in.
>
> shall




      
Date: 07 Nov 2006 00:51:10
From: Marshall
Subject: Re: Coffee maker recomendation
On Mon, 6 Nov 2006 16:42:29 -0600, "Harry Moos" <harrym@ruraltel.net >
wrote:

>What turns off the water? The local coffee service provides Bunn machines,
>but there is no provision for a shut-off. Do they auto-fill, or do you
>manually control the water intake?
>
>"shall" <mrfuss@ihatespamearthlink.net> wrote in message
>news:nm0vk25dbbferh4s9o0sonmc8fpb6at0to@4ax.com...
>> On Mon, 6 Nov 2006 12:28:44 -0600, "Harry Moos" <harrym@ruraltel.net>
>> wrote:
>>
>>>Aren't espresso machines the only one that can be plumbed into the water
>>>supply? Or are restaurant coffee service machines plumbed in, too? The
>>>ones I'm familiar with aren't; they must be filled by hand.
>>
>> No. Even our little office drip machine is plumbed in.
>>
>> shall

Tank refill is automatic.

shall


   
Date: 06 Nov 2006 18:23:33
From: Danny
Subject: Re: Coffee maker recomendation
shall wrote:

> I must have missed it. Did he ask about espresso?
>
> shall :-)

Actually, that's twice you've had a go now. I guess you must really
want no-one to reply to posts now. I'm off for a rest.

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http://www.gaggia-espresso.com (a purely hobby site)
http://www.malabargold.co.uk (UK/EU ordering for Malabar Gold blend)



    
Date: 06 Nov 2006 18:49:11
From: Marshall
Subject: Re: Coffee maker recomendation
On Mon, 06 Nov 2006 18:23:33 +0000, Danny
<danny@nospam.gaggia-espresso.com > wrote:

>shall wrote:
>
>> I must have missed it. Did he ask about espresso?
>>
>> shall :-)
>
>Actually, that's twice you've had a go now. I guess you must really
>want no-one to reply to posts now. I'm off for a rest.

Then I sincerely apologize, Danny. It was an irresistible teasing
opportunity. (and you weren't the object of my first comment -- you
were further up that thread). You are a pillar of this community.

shall


     
Date: 06 Nov 2006 19:51:21
From: Danny
Subject: Re: Coffee maker recomendation
shall wrote:

> Then I sincerely apologize, Danny. It was an irresistible teasing
> opportunity. (and you weren't the object of my first comment -- you
> were further up that thread). You are a pillar of this community.
>
> shall

It doesn't matter anyway. Do you know who the most prolific poster in
the last year was? Dave, by a long way (almost 100%). And that was
just the one alias. Doesn't say much for the quality of information
shared in the group these days - blatant advertising and not much
substance:

<http://netscan.research.microsoft.com/reportcard.aspx?tp=10&sd=10/31/2006&ng=alt.coffee >

I don't see you posting a response to either the OP's I answered,
other than to take the mickey. At least I answered the OP in this
thread. One of two replies. The other was just silly. This group is
in dire need of sensible answers to sensible questions, and if the OP
wasn't interested in espresso I'm sure he would have been along to
clarify the point. In the other thread, you quoted part of my
response in your reply, so I (wrongly) assumed you were digging at me,
especially since the post you replied to just followed the vein of mine.

Time for a rest. there's precious little in the way of informative
responses, and support should be given. Even Randy has stuck his head
above the parapet, bravely knowing that he will more than likely incur
the wrath of the sad ones, but also knowing that we shouldn't leave
this group in the hands of the children.


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Regards, Danny

http://www.gaggia-espresso.com (a purely hobby site)
http://www.malabargold.co.uk (UK/EU ordering for Malabar Gold blend)



   
Date: 06 Nov 2006 18:20:12
From: Danny
Subject: Re: Coffee maker recomendation
shall wrote:

> I must have missed it. Did he ask about espresso?
>
> shall :-)

Fair enough, but since most people aren't bothered about grinding for
anything other than espresso, and since most machines aren't plumbed
in, other than espresso, it seemed reasonable.

I'll try and stop replying to posts (other than Daves)

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Regards, Danny

http://www.gaggia-espresso.com (a purely hobby site)
http://www.malabargold.co.uk (UK/EU ordering for Malabar Gold blend)



    
Date: 06 Nov 2006 21:03:08
From: Joseph Meehan
Subject: Re: Coffee maker recomendation
Danny wrote:
> shall wrote:
>
>> I must have missed it. Did he ask about espresso?
>>
>> shall :-)
>
> Fair enough, but since most people aren't bothered about grinding for
> anything other than espresso, and since most machines aren't plumbed
> in, other than espresso, it seemed reasonable.
>
> I'll try and stop replying to posts (other than Daves)

No, bad guess. It was coffee I was talking about not espresso. She
does have an espresso machine that is used maybe a couple of times a month,
but the coffee machine does not get much rest. She would really like to
have the coffee hot and ready when she comes down the stairs in the morning.
So far it looks like she will be getting everything she wants, except the
plumbing for Christmas.

--
Joseph Meehan

Dia 's Muire duit





 
Date: 06 Nov 2006 08:19:18
From: Omniryx@gmail.com
Subject: Re: Coffee maker recomendation
And I am looking for a machine that will roast and grind peanuts, bake
and slice bread, spread the peanut butter on the bread, and deliver the
completed sandwich to me on a plate.



Joseph Meehan wrote:
> I am looking for a programmable, coffee maker that will grind the beans
> and can be connected to a water supply. Anyone know of such a machine for
> home use?
>
> --
> Joseph Meehan
>
> Dia 's Muire duit



  
Date: 06 Nov 2006 23:03:58
From: AlanM
Subject: Re: Coffee maker recomendation
We may be able to supply a product to answer your needs, but a bit more
information is required.
1. Do you require the peanut butter to be on the near or far side of the
bread, and is changing the side also required?
2. Do you need the product for smooth, crunchy, extra crunchy, or
natural style peanut butter in which the oil must be stirred back into
the emulsion?
3. The size of the plate for delivery is limited to 7 3/8". I hope that
will not be a deal breaker.

Omniryx@gmail.com wrote:
> And I am looking for a machine that will roast and grind peanuts, bake
> and slice bread, spread the peanut butter on the bread, and deliver the
> completed sandwich to me on a plate.


   
Date: 07 Nov 2006 06:21:27
From: Simpson
Subject: Re: Coffee maker recomendation
China or melmac? That is the deal breaker...

In article <455005AE.50401@comcast.net >, michael1943@comcast.net says...
> We may be able to supply a product to answer your needs, but a bit more
> information is required.
snip
> 3. The size of the plate for delivery is limited to 7 3/8". I hope that
> will not be a deal breaker.

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