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Date: 02 Nov 2006 15:29:06
From: greek coffee
Subject: looking for stainless steel percolater
Any idea where to find an old fashioned stainless steel stove top
percolater? I don't want electric, or aluminum. Thanks.





 
Date: 03 Nov 2006 06:53:08
From: Kruger Kid
Subject: Re: looking for stainless steel percolater
http://www.cabelas.com/

Cabela's Stainless Steel Coffee Pot
Our pots are crafted from tough stainless steel for years of use.
Available: 6-cup, 9-cup, 12-cup, 14-cup, 28-cup and 36-cup sizes.
Item: UG-510164
Sale: $19.99~$59.99



On 2 Nov 2006 15:29:06 -0800, "greek coffee" <concouts@mailcity.com >
wrote:

>Any idea where to find an old fashioned stainless steel stove top
>percolater? I don't want electric, or aluminum. Thanks.



  
Date: 03 Nov 2006 01:06:29
From: notbob
Subject: Re: looking for stainless steel percolater
On 2006-11-03, Kruger Kid <kkofvirgo@yahoo.com > wrote:

> Cabela's Stainless Steel Coffee Pot

MMmmm... yum! If it's not roasted to death, you can still brew it to
death. ;)

nb


   
Date: 03 Nov 2006 07:25:01
From: Kruger Kid
Subject: Re: looking for stainless steel percolater
Nothing is better than good ole perk coffee on cold morning when you
are out camping. Forget the fancy equipment and all the snobish
comments on what makes a good cup of coffee.

Just standing out in the snow in your skivies enjoying the sounds of
nature while enjoying a cup of freshly perked coffee. Life gets no
better than that.

KK


On Fri, 03 Nov 2006 01:06:29 -0600, notbob <notbob@nothome.com > wrote:

>On 2006-11-03, Kruger Kid <kkofvirgo@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>> Cabela's Stainless Steel Coffee Pot
>
>MMmmm... yum! If it's not roasted to death, you can still brew it to
>death. ;)
>
>nb



    
Date: 03 Nov 2006 20:15:50
From: Ed Needham
Subject: Re: looking for stainless steel percolater
It does get better.
Occasionally, I roast beans over hot coals with a small drum I built. Then
grind in a hand turned Turkish mill.
I heat water in a stainless percolator over the campfire, and pour the hot
water over the grounds in a Melitta manual pourover, then pour it in a
thermos. I don't get any complaints.
--
*********************
Ed Needham®
"to absurdity and beyond!"
http://www.homeroaster.com
(include [FRIEND] in subject line to get through my SPAM filters)
*********************

"Kruger Kid" <kkofvirgo@yahoo.com > wrote in message
news:q8rlk29kdkgiak3mgncsu5lnjqdr0a5itg@4ax.com...
> Nothing is better than good ole perk coffee on cold morning when you
> are out camping. Forget the fancy equipment and all the snobish
> comments on what makes a good cup of coffee.
>
> Just standing out in the snow in your skivies enjoying the sounds of
> nature while enjoying a cup of freshly perked coffee. Life gets no
> better than that.
>
> KK




    
Date: 03 Nov 2006 16:30:35
From: Brian Colwell
Subject: Re: looking for stainless steel percolater

"Kruger Kid" <kkofvirgo@yahoo.com > wrote in message
news:q8rlk29kdkgiak3mgncsu5lnjqdr0a5itg@4ax.com...
> Nothing is better than good ole perk coffee on cold morning when you
> are out camping. Forget the fancy equipment and all the snobish
> comments on what makes a good cup of coffee.
>
> Just standing out in the snow in your skivies enjoying the sounds of
> nature while enjoying a cup of freshly perked coffee. Life gets no
> better than that.
>
> KK
>
>
> On Fri, 03 Nov 2006 01:06:29 -0600, notbob <notbob@nothome.com> wrote:
>
>>On 2006-11-03, Kruger Kid <kkofvirgo@yahoo.com> wrote:
>>
>>> Cabela's Stainless Steel Coffee Pot
>>
>>MMmmm... yum! If it's not roasted to death, you can still brew it to
>>death. ;)
>>
>>nb

You have also been there, and done that :-)) Couldn't agree more !

BMC




    
Date: 03 Nov 2006 01:45:42
From: notbob
Subject: Re: looking for stainless steel percolater
On 2006-11-03, Kruger Kid <kkofvirgo@yahoo.com > wrote:
> Nothing is better than good ole perk coffee on cold morning when you
> are out camping. Forget the fancy equipment......

...like those radical newfangled perk-o-laters! If you're gonna do
it, do it right: water, ground coffee and a 36 cup campfire coffee pot.

http://www.wagons-wheels.com/cw106.html

nb



     
Date: 03 Nov 2006 07:52:14
From: Kruger Kid
Subject: Re: looking for stainless steel percolater
On Fri, 03 Nov 2006 01:45:42 -0600, notbob <notbob@nothome.com > wrote:

>On 2006-11-03, Kruger Kid <kkofvirgo@yahoo.com> wrote:
>> Nothing is better than good ole perk coffee on cold morning when you
>> are out camping. Forget the fancy equipment......
>
>...like those radical newfangled perk-o-laters! If you're gonna do
>it, do it right: water, ground coffee and a 36 cup campfire coffee pot.
>
>http://www.wagons-wheels.com/cw106.html
>
>nb

Hey, That looks just like mine!!
KK


 
Date: 02 Nov 2006 23:54:44
From: Harry Avant
Subject: Re: looking for stainless steel percolater
Well on google you can input - stainless steel stove prcolater - and
get a couple of pages of places selling them.


"greek coffee" <concouts@mailcity.com > wrote:

>Any idea where to find an old fashioned stainless steel stove top
>percolater? I don't want electric, or aluminum. Thanks.
>