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Topic: flameroasting (2 msgs / 60 lines)
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I have successfully roasted Brazilian beans (usually used for blending =
esspresso) in a fireplace popcorn maker. This is an a mesh container =
allowing flames to contact the beans.
The result is a melange of roasts. The cracking sounds like popcorn. The =
flavor is interesting. And my wife likes it (drip brew-I have not tried =
it in my Pavoni)
Marshall   
Someone should jump on this opportunity. Those things are great
for roasting in fireplaces, wood stoves or over campfires. Best
over hot coals instead of roaring fires They'll roast up to a lb
if the gap between top and bottom basket isn't too big. I've
cooked lots of other things in one while camping, too. I have
Jim to thank for helping me find mine.
Charlie
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2) From: Charlie Herlihy
 Flame roasting is fun and interesting. But, as you said
Marshal, you get a melange of light brown, dark brown, and black
as coal beans. It's a very fast roast, anyhow.  Roasting over
coals instead is more conservative and controllable. I believe
it was Les that posted about the fun he had roasting with a
fireplace popper over a campfire, having the beans flame up, but
they tasted good in the end anyhow. Having roasted a lot over
flames and over coals I always wait for coals-unless I'm right
out of coffee(!)
Charlie
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