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Old 11 November 2002, 09:45   #31
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Re: Re: Nescafe Hot When You Want ??????

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I guess the weather was quit ruff do you think the dog might have come from a shiprex somewhere
No, he fell out of an Avon Rover inflatable. Now go and have a lie down but keep off the furniture!
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Old 11 November 2002, 10:02   #32
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Re: Nescafe Hot When You Want ??????

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To say it was lukewarm would be an exagerration!! At that temperature it aint nice at all!
Dave, scroll up a few messages, and you'll see that this is almost exactly what Chris Thorpe told us back in August.

Hear it first on RIBnet . . .

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Old 11 November 2002, 10:48   #33
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Just a thought.......
but if the can heats up to 40 over "ambient" temperature, does this mean that if we can heat the outside (and possibly the contents as well) to a higher temperature than it naturally is, then activate the chemicals, will it then heat hotter.........if you see what I mean?
For example, if one were to place some cans next to a hot engine for a few minutes, then activate the chemicals, would this help?
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Cold Coffe

Buy a Stainless flask from compass for 9.99 with 2 free cups. They are unbreakable and keep your coffe hot for over 24 hours. Much cheaper than Nescafe useless drinks.

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Plus with a flask you can make the coffee exactly how you like it, not how Nescafe think you like it!

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I saw one of these in the cabin of Spirit of Cardiff - way to go Alan
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Has any body ever had

ICE COFFEE with milk and suggar. in the SUMMER

If not Try it!!

1/2 spoon/s of nescafe original (ONLY!!), 1 spoon of suggar, shake it well in a shaker with a little bit of cold water until it froths, add more cold water to fill glass, add evaporated milk (NOT ORDINARY MILK) to change colour, add ice, add straw

DRINK IT


PS Without milk same follow the same instructions as above and add a blob of vanilla ice cream or kalhua or baylis
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Is it true then that your new rib is going to be called "STARBUCKS!"
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better still Alan

will call it 'GIN PALACE'

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Flask of coffee is the best idear as they are very chep. It can't hurt to keep a few cans in the boat though. They do get hot if the are alowed to heat up out of the wind. In the seat ect. At 2 am a hot drink is nice and to be honest how good the coffee is on a rib in the midle of the night does not bother me. It just has to be hot. Nice to have the emmergency cans in the boat.
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