KRUPS KM8105, 12-Cup Die-Cast Programmable Coffeemaker
www.amazon.com KRUPS KM8105, 12-Cup Die-Cast Programmable Coffeemaker Not only a sleek-looking addition to any kitchen counter, this commercial-quality coffeemaker also brews up to 12 cups of great-tasting coffee. The appliance features a durable die-cast metal body with a powerful 1100-watt heating system for reaching optimal brewing temperatures between 195 to 205 degrees F--great for extracting all the flavor without the bitterness. The unit's front-loading coffee drawer opens with a pull of the soft-touch handle and closes with a magnetic safety lock, offering easy access to the removable brew basket inside. It also provides a removable water tank with an integrated folding handle for easy transport to the sink for filling. Best of all, its large LCD screen provides an oversized angled display with soft-touch buttons for simple programming. Set the appliance to automatically brew and wake-up to a fresh pot of coffee; its adjustable keep-warm mode allows for keeping coffee hot for one, two, or three hours before shutting off automatically. A 12-cup glass carafe comes included, complete with a stay-cool handle and drip-free pour spout. Other highlights include a water-filtration system for superior coffee flavor, an electronic descaling indicator, and an anti-drip system that prevents coffee from flowing with the drawer open during the brewing cycle. The coffee machine measures 8-1/2 by 8-3/4 by 13-1/4 inches and carries a one-year limited warranty.
Brewmatic Electric Stainless Steel Built-In 12-Cup Coffee Appliance
www.amazon.com Brewmatic Electric Stainless Steel Built-In 12-Cup Coffee Appliance With this Brewmatic Built-In Coffee Machine, fresh, delicious coffee is yours with the push of a button! This stainless coffee maker is ideal for offices, commuters and single cup drinkers, since you can brew directly into a travel mug for on-the-go convenience. The coffee brewer connects directly to a water line, so it's an instant source of hot water; perfect for teas, soups, hot chocolate and other needs. The beautiful stainless steel construction will enhance your kitchen decor while freeing up counter space. The water is heated to the optimum temperature to ensure the perfect extraction while the commercial spray head perfectly saturates the coffee grounds. The result is that you enjoy a cafe quality cup of coffee in your home! Features include a digital clock, automatic brew time and three programmable volume buttons. Truly commercial in both design and components, the Brewmatic Built-In Coffee Appliance is built to last for years; this could be your last coffee maker you will ever need. Made in the USA. Includes stainless steel 64 ounce carafe, measuring 10" High x 5.25" Diameter. Pack of 1000 commercial-grade 12-cup filters available separately. Assembly level/degree of difficulty: Easy. Made in America
TOP 5 Rated Drip Coffee Machines 2011
5. Cuisinart DTC-975BKN Programmable Automatic Brew-and-Serve 12-Cup Thermal Coffeemaker, Black www.amazon.com 4. Zojirushi EC-BD15BAFresh Brew Thermal Carafe Coffee Maker www.amazon.com 3. Cuisinart DCC-2600 Brew Central 14-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker with Glass Carafe www.amazon.com 2. Black & Decker DCM18S Brew 'n Go Personal Coffeemaker with Travel Mug www.amazon.com 1. Cuisinart DCC-1200 12-Cup Brew Central Coffeemaker, Black and Stainless Steel www.amazon.com
YYCCC 2010-12-06 Calgary City Council - December 6, 2010
Here is new process: gordonmcdowell.com Dec 6 captions are generated by YouTube's Machine Transcription, so are not very accurate, but still handy for searching for key words using Interactive Transcript feature.
Senate Session 2011-06-08 (10:49:19-12:45:07)
After the transaction of any morning business (not to extend beyond one hour), Senate will continue consideration of S. 782, Economic Development Revitalization Act, with a vote on or in relation to Tester Amendment No. 392, at approximately 2 pm
Interview with Norman J. Feitelson, WWII veteran. CCSU Veterans History Project
Interview conducted by Eileen Hurst. Norman Feitelson tried to enlist in the US Air Force in 1942, but failed the entrance exam due to an eye test. He then decided to wait to enter the service until he was drafted. He was drafted into the US Army with 18 others from Waterbury, Ct in June of 1943. He went to basic training at Camp Edwards, which was in Cape Cod, Ma. He attended basic training for eleven months, where he learned how to be a range setter for an anti-aircraft unit. He describes the training as very difficult because of the weather and terrain of Massachusetts in the summertime. Although his unit (836th Anti-aircraft Battalion), was supposed to ship overseas in anticipation of D-Day, instead the unit was disassembled and the soldiers were broken into different divisions. Feitelson was placed in an infantry unit, and shipped to Fort Dix for infantry and artillery training. He was then sent to Louisiana and Fort Bragg before going overseas. Feitelson sailed to Scotland with 30, 000 other soldiers and was assigned to the 5th infantry division, 11th infantry regiment as a replacement just after the Battle of the Bulge. His job in this unit was to operate an automatic rifle which weighed 17 ½ pounds, and had to be carried everywhere. Just two days after landing in France to join his unit, he experienced combat during the Battle of Bitburg. On his very first patrol he saw men killed. Feitelson describes what the men ate and the conditions of living in a combat ...