Re: Cooking methods
Mike D Tester (mike@MIKET.DEMON.CO.UK)
Tue, 18 Oct 1994 13:53:41 +0000
> I think cardboard box ovens are great -- much easier than using a true
> reflector oven. It's perfect for mini-pizzas -- just enough to heat
> them up and melt the cheese.
> One of my favorite campfire dishes is pineapple upside down cake in
> a dutch oven. It works *really* well, and you can even cook the cake
> over something else -- say, have a soup or stew going in your dutch
> oven, and the cake in foil on top...mmmmm!
> Kathleen Far and few, far and few
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> On Mon, 17 Oct 1994, Sara Crawley wrote:
> > What about cardboard box ovens? They are great for baking. We have made
> > pizza on english muffins, coffee cake, meatloaf, etc. I also remember
> > using a reflector oven when I was in Cadettes and Seniors, but I haven't
> > done that with the troop.
I am very pleased to see the "Cardboard box oven" used as a the
method of cooking. It is used often in my Troop, sadley though many
a loaf of bread bread or cake cake has met an un timely end in them.
They are still great fun, and if built correctly, can cook food well.
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