Enders 100, Turkish Coffee and Trivets.

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  1. kerophile

    kerophile United Kingdom SotM Winner Subscriber

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    Hi, Today has been a great day and started well, with the delivery of an Enders 100 stove from a Stove-friend in the Netherlands.

    The Enders 100 is a classic, brass tank, 1.75 pint paraffin stove fitted with a "lipstick" burner assembly which can operate as either a roarer burner, or alternatively, with a silent damper fitted.

    I replaced the lead washer on the top of the tank, checked and cleaned the NRV and replaced its washer, filled the tank with fuel and got it going, outside in the morning sunshine.... Time for a cup of Turkish coffee:

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    A nice cup of hot coffee with a "creamy" head:

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    I used a new trivet on this stove. It is chromium-plated steel and is "Ibrik friendly", having a small central hole:

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    I found these trivets in a "Pound Shop", the UK equivalent of a "Dollar Store" and paid ?1 (US $2) for two. I broke the balls off and it then sits well on the top of the legs.
    The trivet is very stable but I think I would wire it on for more extended use.

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    Here is a shot, taken indoors, to show the "new" stove in operation:

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    Here you can see the Palm Tree logo used by Enders on their No.100 stoves.

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    And finally a close up of the burner head, operating in roarer mode.

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    I hope you like the photos.

    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.
     
  2. hobowonkanobe

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    you'ld be squating too if your balls got knocked off....sorry mate, cldn't help it. :lol: :lol: :lol:
    Great picks, I knew that enders like most other Eu stove companies got started w/ brass kero stoves, but till now had not seen an Enders that wasn't a fold out petrol jobbie. Thanks for the pix and reff.
     
  3. Texas

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    I like that trivet idea....I'll have to look over here for something like that. I thought I'd really invented something when I started cooking breads and cakes in pans inside the oven and used nuts/bolts for trivets to keep the pans off of the bottom of the dutch oven. Turns out that my idea is nothing new, I just didn't know it. Different diamenters of those would be handy.

    Best,
    Bob
     
  4. Hazet

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    that trivet looks like a great idea. i like how the center ring is small, much smaller than the center part of the original enders pan ring. it looks like it should be small enough to support my espresso maker (i have yet to get an ibrik). next time i venture out, i will try to find one at the local "dollar" store.
    i also really like my enders 100, and plan on taking it on my honeymoon. :D
     
  5. Texas

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    You gonna let the new bride go along? Or just the stove?

    Bob
     
  6. barrabruce

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    8) Enders 100
    Hmmm trivet :D
    Coffee :lol: :lol: Who hoo
    Whats time's smoko at your place George??

    Barra
     
  7. sefaudi

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    Look at my trivet on Phoebus 625 stove. It fits into the can as well.


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    Thanks George for the excellent trivet idea for pan support.

    PS: I newly replaced jet of the above stove. Many thanks to Andy (motorang) and Flemming (Salar & Stove) who delivered new nice jets to me. And the excellent windscreen came from a US Brother. Thank you dear Doc.
     
  8. fyldefox

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    Well done guys :D =D> =D> =D>
     
  9. hobowonkanobe

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    Bl**dy briliant, Sef, nice one.