Re: Outdoor Cooking
Bill Case (billcase@ROMULUS.NCSC.MIL)
Mon, 9 Oct 1995 14:56:27 -0400
On Mon, 9 Oct 1995, Larry Jones wrote:
> I'm serving on staff of our District Camporee and as I have stated before
> part of my duties are to put on a cooking demo. I have ideas of my own, and
> have been given suggestions by many of my fellow area scouters, of which I
> requested suggestions. Most of the responses I was given refered to Open
> Flame style cooking, which does coincide with the Civil War Era of the theme
> of the Camporee.
> Now, I am of the opinion that I should limit myself to stove top, dutch oven
> or charcoal type cooking. The type of cooking that we did in my WoodBadge
> The friends of mine that took another course under the old syllabus a month
> before me did all there cooking over an open flame.
> Since this is a part of my WB ticket I feel I should does it the way that I
> was taught and therefore Set the Example.
> How about it?
Thre has been a significant decrease in the number of locations
that a Scout can cook over an open flame. To keep it as useful as
I'd encourage you to stay with the cooking styles you encountered at
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