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I like to talk. And write poetry. I paint a little too.

Sunday, October 24, 2004

Yess! It's raining Bialetti men

The forecast was right:

A coffee volcano bubbling on the cooker this morning-- ok, afternoon here.

Strong espresso whooshing from a beautiful espresso pot--

will always remind me of mornings in Sardinia, window open to the azure sea, Lori and me critting poems with Paola still asleep -- maybe Ernie coming over from their house for the strongest coffee in the world.

Rich Rosenthal II, how about that hat?



Blogger paula said...

How interesting. I didn't know.

Yeah,, those mornings in Sardinia are such good memories.

Somehow I missed your other post about no paper and how Ranger found a poem in your lines. I thought it was Ranger's poem.

But I like also the rest, how the prisoner used all his paper to write recipes.

2:24 PM, October 24, 2004  
Blogger petergarner said...

Hi Aish. Interesting article on the Bialetti, though it reads a little like an infomercial. Happy to say though, that my own espresso maker is a Bialetti (this particular machine, however, is relegated to making--sacrilege!--decaf).

3:00 PM, October 24, 2004  
Blogger Rich Rosenthal II said...

Beautiful bit of machinery / cookware. Fresh ground beans. Stove top espresso. Top it off with maybe some whole whipping cream .

10:43 AM, October 25, 2004  
Blogger Carol from Nevada said...

Somehow an espresso in the home is not just like one in the bar. But every now and then I try again.


12:31 AM, October 28, 2004  
Blogger Aisha said...

Got you all going with this steamy post I see :)


10:24 PM, October 29, 2004  

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