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Old 12-21-2015, 01:34 PM   #41
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We purchased the Galleyware Hybrid Cookware (Hybrid Nesting Cookware Set | Galleyware Company) and have been very happy with it. Still have an extra skillet in the pantry as it seems you can never have enough of those.
That set looks almost identical to the Stansport Cook Set except for the Teflon which we have used. Heavy bottoms and a fraction of the cost.

http://www.amazon.com/Stansport-Prem...sport+cook+kit
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Old 12-21-2015, 01:42 PM   #42
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We fell for this Lagostina camping set after it was shown to us by our Canadian friends Dave and Bob at Osooyoos. It is available at Canadian Tire and if you are visiting to pick up your Escape, it is a bargain for U.S. folks as it ends up being $85 U.S. It packs smaller than either the Magnum or Stansport. The Bail handle on the big pot is nice. The cladding is not just on the bottom but up the sides. Separate lids for the two fry pan/pot combinations and the inside is not Teflon, but a ceramic coating. So far it is great!

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Old 12-21-2015, 02:46 PM   #43
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.... coffee with freshly ground beans (Sumatra DP Mandheling .
I too like various Sumatran offerings, including Madheling. I do like to change up a lot too, trying various varieties, roasted to different levels. Sumatran coffees tend to have a full taste with earthy tones. One of the few exceptions I ever make to black coffee, is a cappuccino once in a while, and I find a dark roasted Sumatran to be one of the best to combine with the hot frothed milk.
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I wonder if you can froth Baileys.

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I wonder if you can froth Baileys.
Yes - I've done it. It didn't work very well, but I plan to keep trying
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I wonder if you can froth Baileys.

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Just a reminder that Bailey's has an expiry date on it because of the dairy.
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Just a reminder that Bailey's has an expiry date on it because of the dairy.
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Hi: gbaglo... Just a reminder. Toasted marshmallows dipped in Bailey's makes a nice lite snack too!!! Alf
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Love our Magma cookware. Easy to clean and heats evenly, mainly due to the layered heavy bottom. We don't care for the non-stick pans. Plus, it stores in a very tiny space. That and a good old small and well seasoned iron skillet, and our kitchen pan puzzle is solved.
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