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    Restoring Classic Vehicles (Cars and motorbikes), Coffee and Guitar
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    Data Scientist in the Aerospace Industry

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  1. Here is the base and drip tray Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  2. I believe its a mid to late 90's model, but I might be corrected by someone that knows more.. It runs really well, quick heat up etc. The temp stability is much improved with the heat sink, and you have more of an idea of what it's doing with the temp probe, but I'd be lying if I said it's as good as a machine with PID! Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  3. Ah yes, I forgot to do that too! Unfortunately it'll have to wait til later when I get home after work, but I will do it for sure. Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  4. Sorry, I can't find the edit button, but I forgot to mention it has a single hole steam tip and had a full group head service about 5 months ago, so seals, gaskets, shower screen, etc... Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  5. Hi all, I haven't been here for a while as I've been pretty busy both in and out of work! Now that my housing situation has changed, I'm selling my La Pav. It's a pre mil and is in great condition, no rust under the drop tray, descale regularly even though filtered water is used, etc. I've added a couple of bits but made sure they can all come off easily without modifying the amcchine itself. Heatsink to help stop it from overheating and a thermonitor to see the group head temp. I don't think it's bang on, but it gives a good idea. The mount also isn't perfect, but it does the job and doesn't look horrendous. I also made the portafilter bottomless using a lathe, so that's a nice addition. I am looking for £200, given the condition and extra mods, plus a hefty tamper to go with it. Also looking for collection ideally from Bristol, could meet somewhere close though. If you have questions or want more pics, let me know! Sent from my SM-A405FN using Tapatalk
  6. Not my best looking loaf, but it looks good on the inside and tastes good too! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. This looks delicious! I’ve got a loaf proving in the fridge currently, itching to get back from work to bake it[emoji16] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Also spent 30 mins in the garage to put this together out of some oak that was lying around.. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I only have an oval le Creuset at the moment, so I took the opportunity whilst at my parents to give it a go cooking in a round one! I’m extremely happy with the outcome[emoji16]
  10. If you are referring g to what I said, I just meant it’s not sourdough[emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Made a trip to Shipton mill today- only 30 minutes drive. 16kg white, 1kg spelt and 1kg rye for £14.80, bargain! Also made a standard loaf today... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. finally got round to cutting into it! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Bought this book last week after seeing it out and about- what a fantastic buy! It’s such a great book for taking you through every step at an understandable level whilst going into more detail when you want to.. First time trying a cold prove overnight, ~13 hours. I think I need a bigger banneton! it says to use firebricks or a big cast iron pot, neither of which I have- so pizza stone instead. It was 75% hydration with 70% strong white and 30% wholegrain spelt. Haven’t cut into it yet but it’s my best looking loaf yet! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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