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  1. bartlett
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    After years and years of some of the worst “flightline” coffee in the history of mankind, love of my life and I tried something Alton Brown suggested: We grind our own. If you grind your own, you already know what I’m saying. If you don’t, give it a shot. Pop over to Wal-mart for the $10 grinder. Then to Starbucks or whatever DECENT gourmet coffee shop is nearby and get a pound of your fave bean. Then grind.

    I’ll give you a week with this bet: You will never, ever drink Folger’s or whatever canned ick again unless you’re stuck in a snow drift and it’s the only source of heat.

    Merry xmas sis!

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    I’ve been considering getting a grinder anyway, simply because I don’t have a “normal” coffeepot anymore. Just the espresso|cappuchino machine Chris got me last Christmas.

    You can make coffee with it using regular grounds, but really, you’re supposed to grind it extra-fine.

    Did you catch “Feasting on Asphalt”? Chris wanted to watch it (I think he’s got motorcycle homesickness), but we went on a cable sabbatical right at the time it was coming out.

    Merry Christmas to you and Mamacita and the girls as well!

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  3. Sue Ellen
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    The grinding thing is true. Once you begin to grind your own you’ll never go back. It is so much better! And organic is even better!

    Sue Ellen

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