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Old 09-20-2016, 10:20 PM   #41
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We used to make coffee the old old old way. Just put some water in a pot and add several spoons of coffee. Bring it to a boil for however long your prefer. Remove the pot from the stove and immediately pour about 1/4 cup of cold water in the pot sort of spreading it around as you do. Carefully pour the brew into cups, being careful not to disturb the grounds which have not settled to the bottom. Enjoy. It works.
I think that's Swedish coffee. You can add broken up eggshells to help settle the grounds. Or did I dream that? http://www.thekitchn.com/have-you-tr...-coffee-194230
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Old 09-21-2016, 06:56 PM   #42
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I think that's Swedish coffee. You can add broken up eggshells to help settle the grounds. Or did I dream that? Have You Tried Swedish Egg Coffee? | The Kitchn
Don't know. Never heard it called that. We always called it "campfire coffee" and pictured ourselves out on the trail with a bunch of cows.

OK... I read your link...definitely not the same.
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Lol! Out on the trail...funny.
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Lol! Out on the trail...funny.
I actually went on a real cattle drive once. We drove a herd of cows from Lucin Utah all the way to Burly Idaho to market. It was quite an experience and the coffee was...... I can't describe it.
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Always referred to that as 'cowboy coffee' - and use your teeth to strain out the grounds
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Have driven a herd of cattle about twice a year some years ago. Usually it's not to difficult except for those few that decide to strike it off on their own!

Also been part of a cattle roundup in northwestern South Dakota.
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Always referred to that as 'cowboy coffee' - and use your teeth to strain out the grounds
Now you got it right
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