And the number one reason to order The Coffeepot Cookbook right now.....drum roll, please...
It may look like just an ordinary coffeepot... but in the hands of the master coffeepot chef you will become, it can create.....this!
Most any style coffeepot will do...no rewiring, no unscrewing,
no dismantling, no disabling anything,
..just a little "why didn't I think of
that" ingenuity....and voila!
Yes, that's brown rice! (with no messy, sticky cleanup!)
These are all real recipes! Every one of them was actually prepared, eaten and photographed (not necessarily in that
order) with an actual coffeepot (I mean, they weren't photographed with a coffeepot, they were photographed with
a camera, but cooked with a coffee pot, oh heck,
you know what I mean, darnit!!), just for this book!
*NOTE: I really wanted to make this cookbook full color AND charge only $12.00, but to do so, would mean
I would lose money on every sale. (That would be like ME paying YOU to read my book. And how silly is that!!?)
Then I thought about making the cookbook black and white, but whoever heard of a black and white cookbook???? So,
you get a full color cookbook for the painstakingly-researched, consumer-friendly, yet still marginally profitable price of $14.23--Walt
We are proud to offer the only guarantee of its kind in the industry.
If, for any reason, you are not completely satisfied, you may return The Coffeepot Cookbook for a full unconditional
refund of your $14.23, less the following small fees:
• $2.00 service fee,
• $3.03 postage,
• $4.21 re-stocking fee
• $3.015 pain and suffering
• $7.00 damages and legal fees
TOTAL FEES 19.255
Therefore, since you paid $17.93 ($14.23 + 3.60 shipping)
and the total return fees will be $19.255, you will owe us an additional $1.325.
For your convenience, your card will be automatically charged the additional $1.325 upon our receipt of your returned book. Thank you for your patronage. (That's a joke, people!)
Look, I know you're cheap. But, eventually, you will stop wanting to go through life getting everything for free, you'll break down, put a crowbar to your wallet or purse, and do something daring for once in your life and just buy a damned book! Furthermore, you'll decide that owning the information as an ebook is more convenient since you can read it while on your job while you appear to be working, at night while you wait for um, videos to download, and you'll realize that you can copy it onto a flash drive, or second computer, (and that you could even split the cost and share it with a friend cause there's really nothing we can do to stop you from making a "group purchase.")
Once you start entering your payment information, you'll enjoy seeing technology at work and witness the cool process of making payment by credit card, seeing your card get "approved," getting a confirmation email within 10 seconds with a link that allows you to download an actual book right onto your computer. You'll satisfy your chronic recurring cheapness by reminding yourself that you can ask for a refund any time within 30 days.
But once you download or receive the book in the mail, you'll get some enjoyment and even a few laughs out of it. You'll learn things you didn't know before. You'll own something for eternity that you can refer back to again and again. And, who knows, you might even be encouraged to do something similar yourself. After all, you'll hear yourself thinking, "if THIS guy can do this, so can I! Where did I leave my credit card??!!!
"Hello, My name is Seth. I have been living on the road for 10 years, touring with ____________ [editor's note: the live production of a popular children's show which shall remain nameless]. I am in hotels 47-50 weeks a year. Most of the time I travel domestically in the USA. but more recently I have been spending about 6 mouths a year internationally. I have been fixing meals in my room for quite a long time. Currently in Italy I bought a electric Kettle/ coffee pot and some metal lined (because I couldn't find glass) Thermos(es). A vegetarian on my current tour handed me your book. Good read, very nice.
My schedule can have me work from sun up to sun down or three days off; I never know what shopping opportunities will or wont be available. I constantly look for what we call crate foods/ suitcase foods for days when there are no food sources available. Your book has given me some new things to try.
If I get any good pictures I send them your way.
Best Wishes,-- J. Seth Leach
"Once such traveler, a vegan by the name of Walt Goodridge, found a solution to all your culinary woes. His book, The Coffeepot Cookbook, hurtles you through a unique way of preparing food to your needs while on the road. The concept is quite clever and incredibly simple: buy local ingredients, stick them in your kettle coffeepot (he's gonna hate me for that slip), wait until cooked, serve and then nomnomnomnom.
What you don't realise is that the road to coffeepot cooking is fraught with sticky, gooey danger. Fortunately Goodridge had run the gauntlet of trials and errors for you and has come up with some ingenious solutions, as he traveled his way through China. It was surprising to see the variety of food he was able to cook in his coffeepots and his photo's really give you a good insight into this variety.
"I wish I'd had a copy of The Coffeepot Cookbook back in 2009 when I lived four days a week in a
back-of-beyond Nanjing hotel on a diet of spicy beef instant noodles and rice crackers! Feasible,
functional and fun, the ever resourceful Walt has hit upon a genuinely great idea for the frugal and
health conscious traveler and delivers it with his trademark humor. Plus he's added a few new terms
to the culinary lexicon along the way...silk-steamed spaghetti anyone?"–Aimee Groom, Editor,
"Hi there! Came across your blog via a link in the HappyCow.net newsletter, read a couple of funny posts and saw the cookbook - great idea!
Thought I'd either get it for my brother who lives in Shanghai, or my wife who travels a lot, but I think I'll just get it for myself!
Reading a bunch of your posts, I guess it's all geared towards eating with vegan ingredients in mind? That's great, as I'm also vegan
and not too keen on seeing pictures of fishies swimming in a kettle! And I hope you ship to Germany? All the best"--Karl
"I was really glad to hear about this. I thought I invented it last August. Glad to know someone has
perfected the concept! I'm not vegan, but I did very well with poaching eggs in my coffeepot, and warming up
beans with cheese. I like the idea of rice in a thermos (and veggies, yeah!)"--
a genuinely great idea for the frugal and health conscious traveler and delivers it with his trademark humor. Plus he's added a few new terms to the culinary lexicon along the way...silk-steamed spaghetti anyone?"–Aimee Groom, Editor, ChinaTravel.net
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