They have all the replacement parts on their website
www.focuselectrics.com/catalog.cfm The shipping was a bit ridiculous,
but the carafe was only $6. The total ended up being @ $15 which was
about what I expected to pay to begin with.
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Just use a regular tablespoon to measure coffee.
I usually use one tablespoon per 6 ounces water.
Because I like my coffee a little stronger, I
usually add one extra for the pot, no matter
how many cups I make. Works for me.
Hi. A typical soda fountain-style ice cream scoop--a #8foodportioning scoop--holds 1/2 cup of ice cream. One gallon is equal to 16 cups, so there are 32 scoops of ice cream in a one-gallon container. Each scoop should weigh 4 ounces. A strong handed scooper can put an ice cream shop into bankruptcy so ALWAYS weigh each and every scoop. With soft serve, one gallon of mix makes 36 - 4 ounce cones. Once again weighting the cones is key. The hot dog vs hamburg ? depends totally on the sizes, the toppings and the type of roll used. Experiment there but start out with hot dogs to keep it simple. Regarding chips and fries, once again chips are simple with little waste, cold fries often go in the trash. Good luck. J.
Here is the trick with the Cuisinart Grind n Brews - their proportion sizes are based on a 5 oz cup - most coffee cups are about 8 oz cups - so you really need to use more than they suggest, but here is their reccomendation:
We recommend you use 1 scoop of whole
beans per cup. Maximum 14 scoops.
For 1 or 2 cups, use 1-1/2 level scoops
per cup. Adjust the recipe according
to individual taste.