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Have you tried more milk and a larger pitcher? I find steaming larger amounts of milk to be more forgiving. It's really weird that you can't get any vortex working at all though.
Really hard to tell. Can you take a video of it? I don't think the pressure can be too high. I think my Silvia has just one hole in the lance, maybe the two are the problem--can you change the tip? I'd probably practice with water (or water with a dollop of dish soap, apparently it simulates milk foam quite well). Have you tried different pitchers? How much milk do you steam?
I've recently bought Edmond Fallot's cider vinegar. That stuff is fantastic.Had fried noodles last night. Linguine, sriracha, sweet chili sauce, soy sauce, sesame oil, fish sauce, chicken, bok choy, carrots, soybean sprouts.Basically the same for lunch today, without linguine but with red/black quinoa (just noticed that it expired a few months ago; still tastes good though), thai basil, coriander, mint, mangetout. Tastes great.
http://open.spotify.com/user/qotsaofficial/playlist/4gCvmw4STFQy65cU5iJBwX [[SPOILER]]
Negronis, some La Bota de Manzanilla °32 and a bottle of Sierra Nevada Harvest Wet Hop IPA while watching the Oscars.
Do you have the Matusalem (blend of Oloroso and Pedro Ximénez)? It's great. The Palo Cortado (Apóstoles) is very nice too. As is the Pedro Ximénez (Noé).
It's nice. Just very dry. (just to clarifiy, that's not a bad thing, that's just what amontillado is.. I prefer other styles)
Drank so much beer the past few weeks. The Riedenbubrger Brauhaus/Kreativbrauerei Kehrwieder (basically Hamburg's best, and one of Germany's best, microbreweries) Feuchter Traum (wet hop) was far better than the Crew Republic Experimental 1.1 wet hop beer. Less "bubble gum-y" but still the characteristic wet hop taste. I've also had Sierra Nevada's Harvest and Celebration IPA, both wet/fresh hop, both very good. The current batch of Kehrwieder's Prototyp, a cold hop...
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