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Evanston Courtyard Home Traditional , Chicago

A special spot for the coffee connoisseur homeowners. Photo credit: Chris Davis
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delorenzomarble wrote:
What brand of espresso machine is that?
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Alan Wee
is a very classic Italian coffee machine design which many companies make.

its not a rocket. the badge is partly blocked but it says "C..ni"
Google "rocket espresso", vibiemme, bezzera, ecm
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Whole Latte Love
This may actually be a Rocket Espresso Machine. The Older Rocket Espresso Cellini Classic machines have the "Cellini" Badge on the lower right side of the machine as this one does. The badge is black or silver on the American versions but based on the power connection this machine looks like a 220V version and is likely an Italian/European unit. This would likely account for the different badging.
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The Sky is the Limit Design added this to Wake Up Your Kitchen With a Deluxe Coffee Center
Grinders. The sound of a coffee grinder was my morning wake-up call when I was a child. The subsequent era of prepackaged ground coffee, silenced the start of the day, but today's coffee aficionados swear by freshly ground beans, so a good grinder is a must. Sometimes grinders can be taller than the actual coffee machine, so make sure your coffee center has enough clearance when you put in your upper shelving. Freestanding coffee machines. There's a plethora of sophisticated coffee machines on the market today — including the newest generation of machines with ready-made coffee capsules. Discerning home baristas probably have very clear ideas of the pros and cons. But freestanding coffee machines of all types tend to be a popular choice for homeowners, due to their flexibility in cost, style and location in the kitchen.

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matkk added this to Kitchen Ideas
Recycle used ground coffee beans Are you a coffee addict? Then you’re bound to love this odour-eliminating idea. Every day after making your morning cappuccino, put the used coffee grounds aside in an old container. When you notice an unpleasant odour in your home, pour the coffee grounds into a few bowls and scatter them around the affected area, as the grounds will trap and absorb the odour. You can also use freshly ground coffee beans, but why waste your stash when you can enjoy a steaming hot cuppa first?
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Grinder to the right to avoid burning arm

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