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Old 17-12-2005, 09:55 PM posted to rec.food.cooking
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http://www.sierratradingpost.com/pro...?base_no=98360

Planetary Design French Press Insulated Cup
Vacuum Insulated
French Press Handle and Spout
7" high
Grab your Planetary Design insulated cup, add a tablespoon of grounds, 4 oz.
of hot water and plunge.
Hot coffee will be ready to pour in just three minutes.
Material: Stainless Steel and composite
3 colors and black.

Dee Dee



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Old 18-12-2005, 01:26 AM posted to rec.food.cooking
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On Sat, 17 Dec 2005 16:55:49 -0500, "Dee Randall"
wrote:

http://www.sierratradingpost.com/pro...?base_no=98360

Planetary Design French Press Insulated Cup
Vacuum Insulated
French Press Handle and Spout
7" high
Grab your Planetary Design insulated cup, add a tablespoon of grounds, 4 oz.
of hot water and plunge.
Hot coffee will be ready to pour in just three minutes.
Material: Stainless Steel and composite
3 colors and black.

LOLOL! I didn't think anyone could beat my electrically heated (by
car plug/adapter) travel mug, but you did it in just a matter of
hours.
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a) does it work??
b) 4 ounces seem skimpy...

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LAURA


"Dee Randall" wrote in message
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http://www.sierratradingpost.com/pro...?base_no=98360

Planetary Design French Press Insulated Cup
Vacuum Insulated
French Press Handle and Spout
7" high
Grab your Planetary Design insulated cup, add a tablespoon of grounds, 4
oz. of hot water and plunge.
Hot coffee will be ready to pour in just three minutes.
Material: Stainless Steel and composite
3 colors and black.

Dee Dee



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Old 18-12-2005, 10:13 PM posted to rec.food.cooking
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"Laura(wow)" wrote in message
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a) does it work??
b) 4 ounces seem skimpy...

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LAURA


Top Posting:
I have no idea whether it works; I posted it for those who like french press
'on the go.' LOL.
Yes, it may seem skimpy, but a good 4oz. of strong coffee might just save a
person's day.
Perhaps a bit of hyperbole on my part, but didn't Catherine the Great use
about a lb. of coffee for a cup?
Dee Dee


"Dee Randall" wrote in message
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http://www.sierratradingpost.com/pro...?base_no=98360

Planetary Design French Press Insulated Cup
Vacuum Insulated
French Press Handle and Spout
7" high
Grab your Planetary Design insulated cup, add a tablespoon of grounds, 4
oz. of hot water and plunge.
Hot coffee will be ready to pour in just three minutes.
Material: Stainless Steel and composite
3 colors and black.

Dee Dee





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Old 19-12-2005, 04:56 AM posted to rec.food.cooking
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In article ,
"Laura\(wow\)" wrote:

a) does it work??
b) 4 ounces seem skimpy...



Strangely enough, the manufacturer describes it as being 20 oz.

http://www.liquidplanet.com/estore/p...37&cat=38&page
=1#detailedimages

(See, "20 o. Narrow Base Table Top; Ice Blue")

No reason to think it doesn't work.

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to respond (OT only), change "spamless.invalid" to "optonline.net"

http://www.thecoffeefaq.com/


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Dee Randall wrote:
"Laura(wow)" wrote in message
...
a) does it work??
b) 4 ounces seem skimpy...

--

LAURA


Top Posting:
I have no idea whether it works; I posted it for those who like french press
'on the go.' LOL.
Yes, it may seem skimpy, but a good 4oz. of strong coffee might just save a
person's day.
Perhaps a bit of hyperbole on my part, but didn't Catherine the Great use
about a lb. of coffee for a cup?
Dee Dee



From what I hear, Catherine wasn't all that great.


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Old 19-12-2005, 02:13 PM posted to rec.food.cooking
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wrote in message
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Dee Randall wrote:
"Laura(wow)" wrote in message
...
a) does it work??
b) 4 ounces seem skimpy...

--

LAURA


Top Posting:
I have no idea whether it works; I posted it for those who like french
press
'on the go.' LOL.
Yes, it may seem skimpy, but a good 4oz. of strong coffee might just save
a
person's day.
Perhaps a bit of hyperbole on my part, but didn't Catherine the Great use
about a lb. of coffee for a cup?
Dee Dee



From what I hear, Catherine wasn't all that great.


In what department? LOL.
Dee Dee





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