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Old 06-14-2013, 10:34 AM   #291
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I got it at Amazon, Andy.
Ekobrew Cup, Refillable Cup for Keurig K-cup Brewers, Brown, 1-Count: Amazon.com: Grocery & Gourmet Food
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Old 06-14-2013, 12:09 PM   #292
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I have never been a fan of anything hazelnut.

I have tried numerous flavored coffees and never found anything that kept an interest. I don't want a mocha flavored coffee, I will take a mocha though. I have always said I favor bold simple flavors.
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Old 06-14-2013, 12:50 PM   #293
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Sounds like a smart way to go. I just don't drink flavored coffee because I'm an old stick-in-the-mud who doesn't like change.
Ditto here Andy. Coffee please. Just plain coffee. House brand will do at Dunkie's. Otherwise, Folger's.
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Old 06-14-2013, 09:13 PM   #294
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Hey...my cup is empty...how did that happen?
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Old 06-14-2013, 09:29 PM   #295
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Hey...my cup is empty...how did that happen?
Silly girl. Didn't you notice the hole in the top?
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Old 06-14-2013, 10:01 PM   #296
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I realized I was home and hadn't made one here...I like my Friday night coffee.
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Old 06-14-2013, 10:13 PM   #297
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You have to take out the black K-cup holder that's in the coffee maker so you can use the My K-Cup with your own coffee.

This morning I found out what happens when you put a K-Cup in the coffee maker, close the lid and press BREW without putting the black K-Cup holder back in.

Since no hole has been punched in the bottom of the k-Cup, the water just dribbles out all over the place then the coffeemaker just sits there telling me it's brewing. I opened the lid and more water ran out. When it stopped, I replaced the black K-Cup holder and reintroduced the K-Cup and brewed again. I got about a half cup of something which I tossed.

I restarted with a fresh K-Cup and got a nice cup of coffee. Live and learn.
Every once in a while the filter cone doesn't seat itself right in the coffeemaker. We'll hear the coffee start to drip and before you know it you can hear the coffee hitting the warming burner and hissing all over! Since our pots range between 6 and 10 cups (depends on how the day started ) we have some room for error - and that's a good thing!
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I have never been a fan of anything hazelnut....
Not even hazelnuts with chocolate? Ritter-Sport make a to-die-for chocolate bar (milk or dark) with whole hazelnuts. It's my go-to bite of decadence. (I'm easy to please. )
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I would say nothing Hazelnut flavored. Toasted hazelnuts are divine and I will never turn down Nutella...well except for the excessive sugar rush...
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Not even hazelnuts with chocolate? Ritter-Sport make a to-die-for chocolate bar (milk or dark) with whole hazelnuts. It's my go-to bite of decadence. (I'm easy to please. )
Just not a fan of the hazelnut. There are enough other things that get the chocolate coating so you get to have all the hazelnuts coated in chocolate.
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