My continuing quest to de-clutter my kitchen has met with dismal
failure, as I seem to acquire dodads more quickly than I can get rid of
them. Still, I try. Some things are fine to send to the thrift shop,
but others need to find good, caring homes. I bought a tabletop Yama
from Tom and Maria about a year ago and really loved the coffee it
produced, so much so that I soon replaced it with the larger Cona. Poor
little Yama now sits on the shelf unused (unfortunately so does the
Cona, as I'm on an espresso kick at the moment).
I am offering the Yama 5 cup tabletop coffee maker, complete with
alcohol burner and a couple (at least) extra cloth filters (this model
Yama doesn't accept a glass rod) as a tradition. If you are interested,
please email me at (I'm using this address because
Chidak is a phonetic transcription of nChi-dag, Tibetan for Yama. It
seems fitting). Please put "Yama tradition" in the subject line so I
don't lose track of your submission.
My personal preference is to give the Yama to someone who has not yet
tried a VP, but you be the judge of whether you want to enter or not.
I will accept names until 6:00 pm on Monday, 16 February. I will then
write all the names on slips of paper and throw them in the
wastebasket. The first name that my trash-raiding dog, Edgar, pulls out
will be the winner.
Hopefully I will get the pot on its way to its new home on Wednesday.
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