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Old 04-05-2009, 04:49 PM   #15
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My dad used to roast the weiners on our engine block. Wrapped in foil of course.
I think they were done in 5 mins. One day he almost exploded a can of beans he was heating. He also used to heat bricks to keep us warm on really cold nights...ah the old days.
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Old 04-05-2009, 10:40 PM   #16
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My dad used to roast the weiners on our engine block. Wrapped in foil of course.
I think they were done in 5 mins. One day he almost exploded a can of beans he was heating. He also used to heat bricks to keep us warm on really cold nights...ah the old days.
Careful Pat, you're telling your age I remember from my childhood (the smell of a greasy/oily Army tent) my mom wrapping a firebrick that was warmed in a campfire in a towel and placed in our (thin) sleeping bags for overnight warmth. She wouldn't use any rocks from the stream/river because they had a tendency to explode. Now, I realize this doesn't have anything to do with cooking... but it does give folks a different perspective of doing the same ole thing just a different way.
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Of course, did you know that you can cook rice this way too? So if you're hankering for hot rice while on the road that'll work too
now that is an idea. Diced up hotdogs raw (or spam?) rice, some of your fav. flavoring addativies all mixed together in that thermos.
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Old 09-23-2009, 09:52 PM   #18
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When I was a kid growing up on a farm in Alberta my Mom would fill the thermos with soup and drop in a hotdog. Always a great lunch on a winter day.

I remember how much trouble we would get in if (OK... when) I broke the glass lined thermos!
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