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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by dbmorgan View Post
    Pepper mills is another topic altogether. My mills are handcrafted and downright expensive. Not affordable for all but a nice luxury if you like "jewelry"for your dining room table. The function is there but you are paying for art. I joke that the pepper "tastes better coming out of my mills".


    Bruce Morgan
    www.pepper-passion.com

    some of those Mills are very very tempting.


    (and you MUST be a masochist to turn a Verawood mill)

  2. #12
    Thanks for stopping by the KKF Bruce! We appreciate the coupon code as well.

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    +1 for Penzeys Tellicherry.

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    Bruce -- how does the white Talamanca compare to the black? (And please don't tell me it can't jump as well.)
    Doug Collins
    Hermosa Beach, California

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    Welcome Bruce

    I love people with passion for their work
    Ill have your site in mind after finishing my new kitchen Damn your mills was AWESOME!!

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    Anyone tried the pepper super pack, that thing looks fun. I'd be the only one eating it since the wife will not hardly touch pepper. Maybe I need a mill to go with each bag . Always nice to hear from owners of specialty businesses.

  7. #17
    Just to reply to a few comments:
    1. I am not a masochist to turn Verawood. For me Cocobolo is the worst although most sources I find rate the other rosewoods species as being worse. I break out in hive after turning Cocobolo.
    2. The Omni peppercorn pack is also popular. Maybe pepper lover are a little compulsive to buy sixteen bags comprising almost a hundred dollars.
    3. White pepper has a completely different aroma and flavor than black. White smells like manure and has a hot but creamy flavor. Great for taming gamey flavors.
    4. I do not advocate mixing peppercorns but adding some white Talamanca to black pepperocnrs will certainly heat up the blend if that is what you are after.

    Bruce

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    Manure? Good lord man, let your wife write your ad copy from now on!
    Doug Collins
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  9. #19
    I like to tell it like it is. Good white peppercorns do not have an attractive aroma. Kind of like sauerkraut. Smells awful, tastes great.

    Bruce

  10. #20
    Oh man this isn't helping having you stop by Bruce, way too tempting now.

    Thanks for offering the coupon code though.

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