In some parts of the world, there's isn't a Starbucks  (SBUX)  on every corner, or a Dunkin' Donuts  (DNKN) , or a Tim Horton's (QSR) .  While on a trip to the woods of Maine for the annual retreat of economists and money managers known as Camp Kotok, we discovered how to make cowboy coffee. All you need are coffee grinds, whole eggs and a big fire.  It was definitely something we hadn't seen (or tasted before) and it was absolutely delicious. TheStreet's Rhonda Schaffler reports from Grand Lakes Stream, Maine. 

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