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Thursday, 24 January 2013

1975 - Usa

I quote:

"With this kind of unit you can make café au lait or cappuccino by separately boiling the milk and mixing the freshly brewed coffee with it. However, if you want the real thing, the milk must be steamed rather than boiled. Besides being able to make steamed milk for hot chocolate, another advantage of a milk steamer is that you can keep neckties looking new by holding the wrinkled part over the steam. Wrinkles disappear. It works for other spot-pressing, too. And as pointed out earlier, it's great for steaming open someone else's mail. Most stove-top pressure units do not have the milk-steaming valve — but one does.
A new Italian import called the Atomic has all the features — a convenient outside coffee bed, sturdy aluminum construction, and a steam valve. It makes six cups, and sells for $60 at Schapira Coffee Company, $65 at McNulty's Tea & Coffee."

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