[Homeroast] Old-School Coffee Roasting

Jim Gundlach pecanjim at bellsouth.net
Sat Jun 11 18:55:25 CDT 2011

    I have roasted over many wood fires.  Some of them were in a wood burning heater with the beans in a wok.  Others were in a good size frying pan over a fire at a camp ground.  And still others were in a open mesh camp ground popcorn popper over a pecan wood fire.  A good many years ago I actually won a coffee roasting contest where about a third of the beans were pecan fire roasted.  Roasting over a fie at a camp ground has attracted a good number of visitors drawn by their noses.  In fact my pecan fire roasting gave me my list nick name and I made the email address to match the list given nick name.
      pecan jim 
On Jun 11, 2011, at 6:30 PM, David H.G. Hipwell wrote:

> Hi All,
> Has anyone ever roasted coffee over a campfire?  I found a set of Turkish Coffee cups on eBay, and I'm waiting for a Zassenhaus Turkish Mill.  In the meantime, I'd like to find a way to roast coffee in a traditional manner like they did in North Africa and the Arabian Peninsula.  I have pasted a link below to what I think it should look like. 
> Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
> Thanks.  
> http://cgi.ebay.com/Turkish-Solid-Copper-Sauce-Pan-Handmade-Large-/150526112610?pt=Cookware&hash=item230c0e3362 		 	   		  
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