coffee can


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Noun1.coffee can - a can for storing ground coffeecoffee can - a can for storing ground coffee  
can, tin can, tin - airtight sealed metal container for food or drink or paint etc.
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No surprise that for many of my years, especially exploring rivers, I had close at hand an old wooden shorelunch box to store cooking paraphernalia--an axe and a grill grate, a 10-inch cast-iron pan, and an empty 1-pound coffee can, along with fundamental provisions like ground coffee, bouillon cubes, flour, salt and pepper and Tabasco, oil, and an onion or two.
I heard it fall between the coffee can of Lyman 429421 .
and told officers that he didn't know what to do with the coffee can in his pickup bed that was filled with about 20 small cylinders that resembled dynamite sticks.
Tools * Measuring spoons * Measuring cups * Mixing spoon * 1 large (1-kilogram) coffee can with the lid * 1 small (about 250-to 300-gram) coffee can with the lid * Crushed ice * 125 mL (1/2 cup) rock salt * Duct tape Ingredients * 500 mL (2 cups) very cold half and half cream * 7 mL (1-1/2 teaspoons) vanilla * 75 mL (1/3 cup) sugar Instructions 1.
Students create the animal's features out of cardboard and tape them to the coffee can.
Together with our small surface grinding machine, this fixture is turning the coffee can of used tools into a tool supply source.
Paint the outside of each coffee can a different color--white, black, green, and yellow.
In fact, a simple coffee can works just fine to bake quick breads, yeast breads and cakes.
Round cakes Louise Seward, East Wallingford, Vermont, requests a recipe for Sweet Potato Cake that is baked in a tin coffee can.
After these were attached securely, we draped the mask shape over a tin coffee can so it took on a curved mask shape.
Who doesn't have an old coffee can lying around their house?
According to the Nutritional Institute, although momentarily effective, coffee can rob the body of the very nutrients needed to sustain energy: water-soluble vitamins B and C.