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just the other day i ground a batch of curry powder with a braun coffee grinder, and the result was coarse and terrible. since you posted this 2008, i was wondering if you found a grinder/mill that works? if you have, please post the name as i too am looking for the same. read page 2 of the looking for something to grind spices
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ps we grind the coffee in a mazzer mini to a very fine powder and high boil water initially until the first sound of a siphon but then lower to a simmer until brewing is complete. read the the search for a decent stovetop espresso maker (moka pot) discussion from the chowhound coffee tea, espresso food community. join the discussion today.
read the cayenne pepper grinder discussion from the chowhound cookware, salt pepper mills food community. join the discussion today. during a recent visit to the lakes region of italy i happened upon a small pizza place that had dried cayenne peppers in a glass grinder. it was about 3" in diameter and had a sterling top which twisted to
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do you make your own chile powder blend? cindyj oct 9, 2010 06:49 am i've done this in the past -- taken an assortment of dried chile peppers, toasted them for a few minutes in the oven, de-stemmed and de-seeded them, whirred them in my former coffee grinder, and stored the mixture in a covered glass jar.