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09-04-2007 05:30 AM
mawm Waymar - I agree. It does make the best coffee but you need a little practice to produce it just as you like it. (the same with one of those big espresso machines in a coffee shop)
09-02-2007 09:48 PM
tdw
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Originally Posted by sailaway21 View Post
Wombat,
Us girls are all over in housewares, if you can drag yourself out of the lingerie department. I am afraid to ask how you relate coffee pots with cross-dressing. In fact, forget I mentioned it!

"Oh God, I am becoming my wife."
09-02-2007 07:25 PM
sailaway21 Wombat,
Us girls are all over in housewares, if you can drag yourself out of the lingerie department. I am afraid to ask how you relate coffee pots with cross-dressing. In fact, forget I mentioned it!
09-02-2007 07:20 PM
tdw
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Originally Posted by sailaway21 View Post
It better be good. I just ordered one and a waffle iron for good measure! As of yesterday I was unaware of the need for either. Oh God, I am becoming my wife. Well, the NFL starts next week, that should be a catharsis.

Well we always knew you were something of an old woman Sway, but crossdressing may be going a tad far.

Holy sheep shite batman, you walked into that one didn't you ?
09-02-2007 07:06 PM
sailaway21 It better be good. I just ordered one and a waffle iron for good measure! As of yesterday I was unaware of the need for either. Oh God, I am becoming my wife. Well, the NFL starts next week, that should be a catharsis.
09-02-2007 07:01 PM
tdw Waymar, That's the go. My choice for onboard coffee as well. . Yes I can survive, just, with a press, but no way to you get the same grunt. Full tilt espresso machine would be nice but hardly practical for a boat that is not reliant on shore power.

Being There, do not pass go, do not collect $200.00. There really is no way that one of those filter paper type machines can make a cup of coffee that will satisfy a true espresso lover. I'ts much like trying to get a decent cup of tea from a teabag. Not possible.

Dude, Nice line. I've not seen the movie but Bill Nighy is one of my favourite actors so I must keep an eye out at the dvd store.
09-01-2007 09:34 AM
BeingThere I prefer a Melita manual coffee maker. I use the #4 size cone with paper filters that fits right over a insulated mug or thermos. Piping hot Joe in minutes...mmmmm. Never have been a fan of the french press or cloudy coffee.

Cheers...Dave
08-30-2007 11:06 AM
Valiente
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Originally Posted by therapy23 View Post
Thanks.
I would have picked "living aboard" or "Provisioning".

My Bad.
Gear and Maintenance gets a greater number of views, and I include gadgets such as "coffeemakers" in the same category as other gear. In my case, it's survival gear.
08-29-2007 10:37 PM
Waymar83 Ahhhhhhhh,

OK here goes,

The plunger will do in a pinch. It can make very adequate coffee , truly it can, but to get the best flavour you need one of these:


http://www.amazon.com/Villaware-V003...218026&sr=8-15

Simple to use, long lasting, unbreakable, predictable....makes the perfect cup every time.

Its about time anglophones get into coffee but there is still some educating to do
08-29-2007 09:45 PM
therapy23
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Originally Posted by tdw View Post
[ESSENTIAL] A nautical shrine for the coffee god


In gear and maintenance, last post 1 week ago.
Thanks.
I would have picked "living aboard" or "Provisioning".

My Bad.
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