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Old 02-23-2021, 10:23 AM   #71 (permalink)
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I remember something from my military days, one guy I knew couldn't live without his morning coffee when we started our shift, but he also could not drink it without sweetener, one morning he poured his cup and we were out of sugar at the Comm Center and he was going nuts, the only thing sweet was a bottle of Tang, he looked at that and shrugged his shoulders and put in two heaping spoonfuls, he found he really liked it and would often add Tang instead of sugar after that.
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I am a coffee fanatic and I don't think I ever had a bad cup of coffee.
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I am a coffee fanatic and I don't think I ever had a bad cup of coffee.
Back in the early 70's I was working out in the Utah/Southern Wyoming oil fields and stopped at a restaurant in Vernal, Ut for a quick cup of coffee before we headed home to Roosevelt. The name of this restaurant was the 7-11 Cafe, but it had nothing to do with the convenience store.

When I first tasted the coffee I was wide awake, three of us only had the single cup before we headed home. Once home none of us could go to sleep. At 3 am I heard the others who were wide awake also. So we all got up and decided to play some poker until it was time to go back to work at 6am.

That was some of the worst tasting coffee that I have ever had, but it did one thing that coffee very seldom did, it kept me wide awake and ready to take on the world.
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Old 02-23-2021, 06:35 PM   #74 (permalink)
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I am a coffee fanatic and I don't think I ever had a bad cup of coffee.
Kinda like something else that I've never had a "bad *&%$" Did I really just do that??
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Old 02-24-2021, 04:04 AM   #75 (permalink)
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I understand most of you. If my day starts without a good coffee, I will be angry all day.
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I understand most of you. If my day starts without a good coffee, I will be angry all day.
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Do you like fried SPAM with your morning coffee?
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I like fried Spam. Grew up with fried Spam sandwiches. Fried Spam with eggs, etc.
Even got the wife converted a few years back.
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Nectar of the gods!
Cowboy coffee
1: Get the frypan out of saddle bags and put enough water for a cup or two in the pan. And bring to boil.
2: Put coffee grounds in pan. Summer 1 to 2 min. Remove from heat.
3: Dip hands in cold water and sprinkle cold water over pan. The cold water drives the coffee grounds to the bottom. You may have to sprinkle water a couple times buts works great.
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