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Do you travel with a portable pepper mill?
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No. The one I bring is not portable.
post #3 of 16
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At first, I didn't know who would travel with a portable pepper mill, but after being in places like China for a few months, I understand why they would.
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McCormick and Drogheria & Alimentari (and I'm sure many other spice brands) sell the disposable bottles with built-in grinder of peppercorns - all black, white/pink/black, and white, and well as Mediterranean salts, that are spice-rack sized. They would be sufficient for this purpose and completely inexpensive.
post #5 of 16
that shit's not ballin'
post #6 of 16
well, in China, the S+P set might still cost like that of a Chinese meal for five. It's not rare luxury, but travel sized stuff tends not to be.
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i did a lot of research, and a lot of chowhounders liked magnum unicorn. its fantastic. i really like it.

http://www.amazon.com/Unicorn-Magnum.../dp/B0000CFB4N
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We should have a "carrying your own condiments and seasoning" thread. I personally have a small bottle of Sriracha in my messenger bag (ziploc'd, of course).
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i did a lot of research, and a lot of chowhounders liked magnum unicorn. its fantastic. i really like it. http://www.amazon.com/Unicorn-Magnum.../dp/B0000CFB4N
+they're awesome. The only thing that sucks is the side loaded peppercorn feeder. I drop mine onto a paper towel and shimmy them in. They also make a smaller model that might work for LK's pepper-on-the-go issue.
post #10 of 16
I carry a Rubirosa with me at all times.
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I carry a Rubirosa with me at all times.
I'm sure its a fine aged wood
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+they're awesome. The only thing that sucks is the side loaded peppercorn feeder. I drop mine onto a paper towel and shimmy them in. They also make a smaller model that might work for LK's pepper-on-the-go issue.
yeah its not optimal, but it hasn't been a big issue so far. really recommend. i use it everyday and love using it everytime
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I'm sure its a fine aged wood

large head for easy gripping.
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large head for easy gripping.
I thought they discontinued the "thin base" models?
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