Posted by Joke at 10:22 AM
Badger posted at 8:41 PM, February 11, 2008
Dude. There has GOT to be a better way.
shula posted at 8:43 PM, February 11, 2008
Wot Badger says.
Take it in for a service.
Those manuals are written by lunatics.
bluemountainsmary posted at 9:16 PM, February 11, 2008
I loathed our Saeco ( a cheap model admittedly - we certainly got we paid for there) so now use on a daily and extremely happy basis - the stove top espresso maker.
Call me old fashioned.
shula posted at 2:45 AM, February 12, 2008
And while I think of it, may I add that I have had nothing but trouble from the more fancy, automated machines, good coffee or not.
I heart my Gaggia Classic. No bells. No whistles. No one telling you what to do in Swahili. Lots of pressure. Fabulous coffee.
Kim posted at 5:52 AM, February 12, 2008
I thought everyone in the developed world knows that anything from Saeco blows chunks?
becandcall posted at 6:41 AM, February 13, 2008
We have a bog-standard stainless steel Sunbeam.
It makes multiple doses of excellent coffee every day.
It's not worth enough to be traded for a goodly portion of an Italian sports car...
But maybe the Saeco is?
becandcall posted at 6:49 AM, February 13, 2008
See? Now look what you've done.
I've gone and been all rude about you being a fool, and trading in your wee espresso machine for a wee sports car and what do I find at the end of it?
Only that, after the best part of six months of nagging, you've changed your comments so it's easy to stick a typepad url in there.
And that, my friend, earns you an endless service of Sunbeam styled espresso at the Casa del Bec and Call.