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To balance the Miele coffee machine and the Miele steam oven, we installed two 3"-wide spice pullouts on either side. See more of this kitchen at: http://www.spaceplanner.com/Lavastone_With_SS_plus_Ribbed_Glass_Walls.html Photo: Roger Turk, Northlight Photography
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Looks like it is a pour-over station to make individual servings of drip coffee
Great way to organize a coffee bar
stainless coffee station deep enough for a large coffee machine
decided to try something different. A drip coffee maker is traditional (at least in the States), is easy to use, brews up quickly and can be set up the night before, so you don't have to fuss with anything in the morning. On the other hand, the coffee that a drip machine produces tends to be not as richly flavorful
at a coffee bar. The simplest and cheapest way to make espresso at home is with a stovetop espresso maker, of the type found in Italian kitchens everywhere. Electric espresso makers will make a "cleaner" cup with fewer dregs. Pods: Coffeemakers using pods of coffee, like the popular Keurig machines, are
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