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Old 02-22-2016, 05:06 PM   #15
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I'll take coffee in any way it's made. I have a continuous cup in my hands all day long. I love coffee just plain black. If I could smell coffee brewing on a open fire you'd have company. I have a cup collection from around the world that people have giving me. On the down side, I don't sleep well.
Indeed I get a few morning people with cups in hand
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FWIW Do not rule out Melita if you want drip. Get up, start stove under kettle and hit the potty. Kettle is hot soon enough to stagger out an pour water into the cone. Fetch the cups and cream and it's ready to go. ;-)
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French press. Boil water (electric kettle, gas stove, open fire, ...) pour over grounds. Wait a few minutes. Press the grounds out of the way and enjoy.
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I'm not sure how coffee is made. I wake up, snap my fingers and Sharon immediately brings me a tray with a cup of coffee and my breakfast in bed.
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+1 on the French Press
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I used to do the old percolator outside but got lazy. Bunn machine at the stick house because it is super fast and a cheap Mr. Coffee in the MH because it fits under the cabinet.

BTW we found German roasted coffee at Aldi that is great and about half the price as the DD we used to buy. A little Bailey's (or fake Bailey's) is pretty good in it.
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"BTW we found German roasted coffee at Aldi that is great and about half the price as the DD we used to buy. A little Bailey's (or fake Bailey's) is pretty good in it".


Use the same stuff, mix the same way!
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Most parks do not allow campfires.

We still use the percolator in the morning
and the Keurig for anything later in the day
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I'm not sure how coffee is made. I wake up, snap my fingers and Sharon immediately brings me a tray with a cup of coffee and my breakfast in bed.
LOL you are my hero !
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The idea of fire-brewed coffee, bacon & flap jacks causes me to yearn for such a day
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Most parks do not allow campfires.

We still use the percolator in the morning
and the Keurig for anything later in the day
I have not had that experience with the no campfire rule. At times they have a 'no burn' because of dry and windy conditions. Is one allowed to use the Grill outdoors in those parks?
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A big fan of Aeropress here. We have lived a long time in areas where wood for fires isn't easily available, so we got used to using a stove. Many times I have the Coleman stove already outside so I just put the water pot on while I get the coffee out. By the time I get my cup, coffee, Aeropress, and filter out, the water is hot. From there it is less than a minute to a wonderful cup of fresh coffee. Ahhh! If I don't have the Coleman out, I use the propane stove in the trailer.

I couldn't imagine waiting 30 minutes for coffee in the morning!
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I grind my fresh roast with my Haro outside each morning and then put them in my drip coffee maker which is also outside. We just love watching the sunrise drinking the fresh coffee.
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