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Date: 17 Jan 2007 04:36:35
From: Marshall
Subject: Espresso done right on Martha Stewart
tha Stewart had two segments on her TV show last week (1/12/07)
that demonstrate once again that serious coffee information is getting
into the mainstream. Check out Segments 5 and 6 (especially 5).
Interviews with Peter Giuliano, Ken Nye and others. Visits to Cafe
Grumpy. Peeks at bags of Gimme, Joe, 9th St. and other coffees. A
Synesso.

Probably too much focus on latte art, but one barista gets the message
out that latte art is a sign of properly frothed milk and not an end
in itself.

Webcasts at www.thastewart.com .

shall




 
Date: 19 Jan 2007 06:04:24
From: CrackAddict
Subject: Re: Espresso done right on Martha Stewart
That's it. All over. Once "found" by tha, you are no longer cool :-)


shall wrote:

> tha Stewart had two segments on her TV show last week (1/12/07)
> that demonstrate once again that serious coffee information is getting
> into the mainstream. Check out Segments 5 and 6 (especially 5).
> Interviews with Peter Giuliano, Ken Nye and others. Visits to Cafe
> Grumpy. Peeks at bags of Gimme, Joe, 9th St. and other coffees. A
> Synesso.
>
> Probably too much focus on latte art, but one barista gets the message
> out that latte art is a sign of properly frothed milk and not an end
> in itself.
>
> Webcasts at www.thastewart.com .
>
> shall



 
Date: 18 Jan 2007 12:22:23
From: CoffeeKid
Subject: Re: Espresso done right on Martha Stewart

Ken Fox wrote:
>
> >
> > Webcasts at www.thastewart.com .
> >
> > shall
>
> The first coffee segment (I think #5) was well worth watching. I was unable
> to watch it using Firefox, but with IE7 it ran fine.

Worked fine in Firefox for me. But, if you have adblock running,
chances are you'll have to temporarily disable it. It calls up a bunch
of doubleclick advertisements that have to show before it plays. Also,
it's flash based IIRC - so you need the latest flash player for firefox
to run it.

k



  
Date: 19 Jan 2007 13:26:46
From: Ken Fox
Subject: Re: Espresso done right on Martha Stewart
"CoffeeKid" <Coffeekid@gmail.com > wrote in message
news:1169151743.417837.127050@v45g2000cwv.googlegroups.com...
>
> Ken Fox wrote:
>>
>> >
>> > Webcasts at www.thastewart.com .
>> >
>> > shall
>>
>> The first coffee segment (I think #5) was well worth watching. I was
>> unable
>> to watch it using Firefox, but with IE7 it ran fine.
>
> Worked fine in Firefox for me. But, if you have adblock running,
> chances are you'll have to temporarily disable it. It calls up a bunch
> of doubleclick advertisements that have to show before it plays. Also,
> it's flash based IIRC - so you need the latest flash player for firefox
> to run it.
>
> k
>
must have been adblock




 
Date: 18 Jan 2007 10:23:42
From: Ken Fox
Subject: Re: Espresso done right on Martha Stewart
"shall" <mrfuss@ihatespamearthlink.net > wrote in message
news:qi9rq2teut47tb2ubgbtha7qfqi4s41enl@4ax.com...
> tha Stewart had two segments on her TV show last week (1/12/07)
> that demonstrate once again that serious coffee information is getting
> into the mainstream. Check out Segments 5 and 6 (especially 5).
> Interviews with Peter Giuliano, Ken Nye and others. Visits to Cafe
> Grumpy. Peeks at bags of Gimme, Joe, 9th St. and other coffees. A
> Synesso.
>
> Probably too much focus on latte art, but one barista gets the message
> out that latte art is a sign of properly frothed milk and not an end
> in itself.
>
> Webcasts at www.thastewart.com .
>
> shall

The first coffee segment (I think #5) was well worth watching. I was unable
to watch it using Firefox, but with IE7 it ran fine.




 
Date: 18 Jan 2007 06:51:26
From: TrailRun
Subject: Re: Espresso done right on Martha Stewart
I wathched it, it was OK for tha. On the main page click on the
television show link"The tha S. Show, then to Archives-past shows,
pick the 1/12 show, and then watch the show. That brings you to the
links so you can just watch the segments you want.

WayneS

On Jan 18, 8:55 am, "jmol121-gro...@yahoo.com"
<jmol121-gro...@yahoo.com > wrote:
> Can you be more specific as to where to find them? At her main page
> there are about 15 shows/content pages, and i can't seem to find the
> webcast for coffee.
>
> thanks
> jason
>
> shall wrote:
> > tha Stewart had two segments on her TV show last week (1/12/07)
> > that demonstrate once again that serious coffee information is getting
> > into the mainstream. Check out Segments 5 and 6 (especially 5).
> > Interviews with Peter Giuliano, Ken Nye and others. Visits to Cafe
> > Grumpy. Peeks at bags of Gimme, Joe, 9th St. and other coffees. A
> > Synesso.
>
> > Probably too much focus on latte art, but one barista gets the message
> > out that latte art is a sign of properly frothed milk and not an end
> > in itself.
>
> > Webcasts atwww.thastewart.com.
>
> > shall



 
Date: 18 Jan 2007 05:55:50
From: jmol121-groups@yahoo.com
Subject: Re: Espresso done right on Martha Stewart
Can you be more specific as to where to find them? At her main page
there are about 15 shows/content pages, and i can't seem to find the
webcast for coffee.

thanks
jason

shall wrote:
> tha Stewart had two segments on her TV show last week (1/12/07)
> that demonstrate once again that serious coffee information is getting
> into the mainstream. Check out Segments 5 and 6 (especially 5).
> Interviews with Peter Giuliano, Ken Nye and others. Visits to Cafe
> Grumpy. Peeks at bags of Gimme, Joe, 9th St. and other coffees. A
> Synesso.
>
> Probably too much focus on latte art, but one barista gets the message
> out that latte art is a sign of properly frothed milk and not an end
> in itself.
>
> Webcasts at www.thastewart.com .
>
> shall