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karLosNo Gravatar said in August 21st, 2008 at 1:29 pm

that mud at the vacaville mcdonalds is probably better than that…

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JennyNo Gravatar said in August 22nd, 2008 at 6:04 am

Amen. :-)

Bad coffee is disseminating and proliferating through our society without so much as a concerned look from the masses. Point in fact- I have never had such a run of bad coffee as I experienced in the northwest this summer. The northwest! Aren’t they supposed to be the good coffee gurus? At one point they were. Now, it’s been taken over by huge national chains who use either super automatic machines or just have bad coffee (Charbucks). I was beyond disappointed. It’s up to us to try and spread the word, though. Don’t give up!

I wish I had some advice on the sleep thing. I am not a poster child for healthy sleep habits, however. I would happily sleep in every day if I could! I think once you don’t have so much going on (like maybe Jan 2011) things will get better. There are simply not enough hours in the day to get done all of the stuff you have to get done. Frankly, I am amazed you’ve kept it up this long. My hat is seriously tipped to you, my dear!

Use your weekends to catch up on your sleep if you can (like more than 6 hours!). :-) Looks like I’ll be baking my own cookies… lol

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mooNo Gravatar said in August 22nd, 2008 at 9:15 am

Psh, hun, I will always be your cookie supplier. :D Maybe that’s what I should be doing with all my late sleepless nights? COOKIES! FOR EVERYONE! WEEEEEEEEEE!

I really wish that coffee place that was across the street from the Edgewick in years past had still been there. It was really good stuff. All done the regular old way. No fancy automatic machines. I think what people tend to forget about coffee is that there’s two hugely important components…you have to have GOOD beans and GOOD equipment. You can have the best trained barista on the planet, and if they have crap to work with, they can’t work miracles.

I enjoy Green Beans here…I think they’re about the best coffee shop I have regular access to. The best coffee shop I’ve ever been to has to be Headlands Coffee House in Fort Bragg. They live to serve quality coffee and coffee products. It’s soooooo nice. I had a latte there this year that would make you cry, it was so good. (I tend to get lattes so that my milk is the same temp as my coffee; I like my shit hot!)

I keep wanting to get an espresso maker for home, but everything’s so fancy and automated…I know that whatever I do, it’ll taste like crap. I’d get one of the stovetop espresso makers, but I want to be able to properly steam some milk as well. Maybe there’s something out there that I can use that I’m not aware of? Hm.

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