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Old 05-21-2021, 12:34 PM   #1
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Name: You can't call me Al
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Fire grate cooking.

I do love cooking on those old bent-up fire grates.

But I also bring along a stand-up wire grate as a backup and a griddle sometimes.

We've moved on from the foil packets to using the Coleman stove for veggies. It makes it much easier not to have under cooked potatoes and burned-to-a-crisp onions!

What's your secret technique?
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