Today I bought a new coffee maker to replace the old one I inherited from Lotta. I bought a Braun KF 550. It cost more than twice what it would have cost in the U.S., but obviously a 110 volt model would not work here. In order to fit all my breakfast appliances onto the top of my rolling mini-table, I had to place the toaster along the back of the tabletop. I think all of the appliances go well together.
Here's another view of the North wall of my kitchen. I also purchased a coffee mill so that I can grind my own coffee beans. It's sitting on the left side of the top shelf.
Grinding coffee by hand is time-consuming and exhausting work! I just might start shopping around for an electric coffee grinder.
After having a cup of coffee brewed in the new machine, I went down to Fridhemsplan to pick up my iPod. It had been in for repair. I snapped this self-portrait in the reflection of a glass pane in the subway station.
Posted by Michael A. Lowry at 21:07