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Jun 8th 2009 5:53PM maybe it isn't your concern, but what if you are paying $100/head and that person isn't getting a dinner? What are you paying for? Why not make sure they are getting food? You paid for it! But on another note, you are inviting to people to be your guests at your event, it seems really selfish not to think of your guests when hosting. If this however is your attitude, perhaps you shouldn't be hosting an event with guests and you should just keep the self-centered event at a guest list of two:
"Honestly it's your wedding, it's not really your concern. If they are picky or eat different food then the majority they should already know to expect that you would be fulfilling their needs for food."
May 14th 2009 7:26PM Basic fact: I use a blade grinder, I grind it best I can, and let me tell you the press is better than the drip, but I didn't need a burr grinder to tell me that. It is just a better method. More importantly is using good beans and enough of them.
Don't worry about always having the best of everything, that is one of our societies biggest faults.
Besides, the problem I have always found with expertise is 95% of the rest of life becomes less enjoyable and everything becomes a lot more expensive with a disproportionately less increase in quality.
Oct 30th 2008 2:03PM One thing that is not mentioned here is that cans are really great for storing beer in. Sunlight can really damage a beer and for that reason glass is really a bad way to store beer. Cans are much much better at blocking out that sun! That is why craft brewers are using cans more, not because of retro hip nonsense..