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Topic: Sumatra Blue Batak and Sponge Bob (10 msgs / 198 lines)
1) From: Brett Mason
Every year our family dyes eggs for Easter, and almost always the
Saturday before...  So tonight, after dinner, we dyed eggs - always a
fun group event.  There were plenty of VeggieTale characters, so I
took that old religious emblem, Sponge Bob, and made a yellow egg,
brown pants, red belt, spots for the "sponge" look, and a marker for
the details like nose, eyes, and smile...
All the while I was sipping some Sumatra Blue Batak FC+, 8 days
rested, drip brewed - and this made for a nice aftre dinner savoring
moment...
Sponge Bob came out OK too...
Cheers,
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2) From: Gregg Talton
How about Bob the Tomato... or junior asparagus...
On Sat, Mar 22, 2008 at 9:33 PM, Brett Mason  wrote:
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3) From: Sheila Quinn
Okay, but you now need to post a photo of your Spongebob egg! :)
Sheila
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4) From: Brett Mason
Here's where the egg photos are....
 http://homeroast.freeservers.com/photo2_1.htmlCheers,
Brett
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5) From: Brett Mason
Great ideas - please post a photo to show us!
Brett
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6) From: John Brown
you can boil the eggs in coffee and get coffee flavored hard boiled 
eggs.  when i was in better health and went hunting  or camping i had a 
big old pot for making coffee.  i would dump a double hand full of 
grounds in the bottom and six washed eggs.just bring the coffee to a 
boil remove the pot from the fire and the eggs from the pot this gave me 
eggs for breakfast and to take with me for a snack later.  and 
reasonably good coffee to drink.  of course i used lots of condensed 
milk and sugar.  sometimes it was canned goats milk.
the calcium did things to the acids in the coffee making for a much 
better drink.
jtb
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7) From: Gary Foster
My Uncle used to put eggshells in the coffee grounds deliberately to
help smooth the coffee out a little bit.  This was many many years ago
(God rest his soul).
Interesting...
Oh... Happy Easter everyone!
-- Gary F.
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8) From: Barry Luterman
Egg shells and or salt make the grounds sink in Cowboy Coffee>
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9) From: Jarred Vallozzi
ingenious.
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-Jarred
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10) From: Bob Glasscock
I remember my Mom putting eggshells in the percolator basket along with the
grounds. Since I was just a tyke and a non-coffee drinker, can't attest to
the effectiveness of this technique, but she swore it tamed the coffee.
Bob Glasscock


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