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Home Roasting Coffee with a Heat Gun and Bread Machine

The various devices used to roast coffee beans provide heat to roast the beans in different ways. The three methods are convection, conduction, and radiation. Listed in the chart below are some of the differences in the effect of these devices. There are at least three ways to determine the …

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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan sold waterfront home for $1.35M

Gov. Larry Hogan has sold his waterfront home for $1.35 million. Hogan sold the house last year, but the sale was reported this week by local news website Maryland Matters. Public real estate records and the governor’s financial disclosure statement confirm the sale of the four-bed and five-bath home in …

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Dissecting Tell the Wolves I’m Home

It is possible that, at the 2016 Writer Unboxed UnConference, every presenter quoted or referred to Carol Rifka Brunt’s novel Tell the Wolves I’m Home, so it was a natural for the WU Breakout Novel Dissectors (BND) group to tackle–one year later, we finally have.  Standard Disclaimers and Explanations: There …

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Home Roasting Coffee with the Whirley-Pop Popcorn Popper

Other home roasting articles on INeedCoffee focus on roasting with electrical roasters, such as the West Bend Poppery or the iRoast 2. You can easily start roasting at home with one of these roasters. But there are other, older methods of home roasting. This article explores using a stovetop popcorn …

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How a Canton garage inspired a home designed for hospitality

The story of Bob and Pat Lippert’s Canton home begins in the garage. Bob, a one-time racer and longtime collector of British sports cars, needed a place to keep his four-wheeled darlings. A neighbor’s house happened to have a large garage, and the couple seized the opportunity to purchase the …

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This Clarksville home is a love letter to the environment

Originally, Ed Gaddy just wanted an environmentally friendly house. He was starting a job at the Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel after retiring from the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. He wanted to find a house within walking distance that reflected his passion for environmental preservation. “I’m …

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Made in Maryland: Meet the creators of unique home accents

Barbara Haddock Taylor / Baltimore Sun Nasira Latif, right, and Raina Smallwood think it’s important to express yourself through your home. The two own Cedar & Cotton, a home furnishing business offering restored, reupholstered and handmade goods. “We feel like a good comfortable home should be something that’s accessible,” Latif …

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