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Old 06-22-2011, 11:55 PM   #113
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Chew the beans?!!!!...and lose all the flavor extracted during the very scientific pressure extraction method of a fine espresso machine? Lol

Remember Jack Nicholson in "The Bucket List"? Coffee anyone? Hahahaha
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Old 06-23-2011, 12:06 AM   #114
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Don't want to hijack the thread...maybe someone knows?

My camping agenda is filled with personal idiosycracys (sp)...some things just remind me that I'm camping. One of these things is to enjoy an iced coffee. Not your run of the mill one either! A really cheap and cheezy concoction that I drink from a red solo cup from Costco. It' this coffee/chocolate syrup that I mix with whole milk and ice from the cooler. I know, gross! BUT, I've had this in my repertua(sp?) for nearly 25 years and 5 kids.

The problem: took 15 days in Yellowstone last year, packed everything and last item on the list...my coffee/chocolate syrup...was not available!!! I spent the next 15 days obsessing over it and never did find it.

My question to you all...do they still make Nescafe Iced Coffee syrup in that blue squeeze bottle?
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I will look for it at the grocery---sounds great!! jim
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Old 06-23-2011, 06:11 AM   #116
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My question to you all...do they still make Nescafe Iced Coffee syrup in that blue squeeze bottle?
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Old 06-23-2011, 06:32 AM   #117
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You better buy it by the case! It was discontinued in 2009 and most of the remaining stock was sent to Canada (where it was more heavily marketed). Of course there's always ebay but the prices will make you cringe......
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Old 06-23-2011, 06:44 AM   #118
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Grandfather, you should try 8 oz from a Bialetti ... you'll be able to post 10 times a minute afterward.
You are not listening, Grasshopper.

I DID drink 8 oz. made in one of those Bialetti things. In fact, I drank two 6 oz cups. So did my wife. I made a full pot, which only partially filled her coffee cup, and then made a second pot, which partially (half) filled my stainless mug. Then I did that again, as she was now done with her first cup by the time I made mine. So we drank two potfulls apiece.

We turned into something that would be difficult to describe. The vibrations loosed all the lugnuts on both the trailer and the rented tow vehicle. Surrounding campers were outside unhooking their trailers and moving to other campgrounds, still in their pajamas. Photographs taken of us by law enforcement officials and paramedics came out blurry from the movement. There were reports of seismic activity. Dogs howled for three counties. Things fell off mantles, and we heard some people describing cracked window panes. It was ugly.

We like "Big Gulp" types of coffee. Lots of volume, and strong, but not as strong as what I got from that little Italian looking weapon of mass destruction. At home we use an electric drip coffee maker, and use espresso ground in it (We use Cafe Bustelo here) to the same proportions that someone would use for regular ground. It comes out strong, but still drinkable.

That stuff we got from the Bialetti thing....well....perhaps it could be used to temporarily reattach separated radial tire thread? Or perhaps as a creosote substitute for railroad ties. I dunno.
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Old 02-01-2012, 06:37 PM   #119
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We're going to try this for boondocking ... but mostly we try to get at least electric sites, for that fresh brewed drip. Days do not begin for me without my java fix, I am a vegetable until that happens ...
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I searched high and low and finally found one at Brass Pro shop. It is much larger than I expected. Took it home, but it is too big for my little 2 burner Sport stovetop. I even tried taking off the burner guard, but it is just too unstable. Since the bottom is all metal and gets hot, I would not want to grab it if it started sliding sideways. I guess all Coleman stoves are a lot bigger than when I last used one.

Taking it back for a simple stovetop percolator, I guess.
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I got an Italian 12 cup (2 1\2 American) and love it! I got it at Marshals for $14-19.
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I got an Italian 12 cup (2 1\2 American) and love it! I got it at Marshals for $14-19.
Their website is not very friendly. It doesn't seem to have a product search function.
Is that a percolator that heats on the stove? What is the size?
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Their website is not very friendly. It doesn't seem to have a product search function.
Is that a percolator that heats on the stove? What is the size?
Their web site sucks but it's an Italian coffee maker with the water in the bottom that pushes it through the grounds. It's like an espresso.
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Bought this on eBay, 42 bucks. Bought it in mind as a boondock only coffee maker. Love it so much that I tossed out our bulky electric coffee maker out and this now is our primary coffee maker.
Some of these same coffee makers sell for 100 bucks +/- .
Guess I lucked out on ours.
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Here's one that similar to ours but kinda pricey!

http://www.amazon.com/Bialetti-Musa-...145968&sr=8-34

I guess ours was an older version.
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Here's another link.

http://www.google.com/products/catal...ed=0CFIQ8wIwAQ
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Bought this on eBay, 42 bucks. Bought it in mind as a boondock only coffee maker. Love it so much that I tossed out our bulky electric coffee maker out and this now is our primary coffee maker.
Some of these same coffee makers sell for 100 bucks +/- .
Guess I lucked out on ours.
I had one of those in the attic in the stuff from my mom's estate. She bought it new in 1950, and then the electric coffee makers came out and it didn't get used much. When we got the Airstream, I pulled it out. It needs a paper filter inserted in the basket to work well with today's coffee grinds, but it makes great coffee and will work without AC power.
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