Re: Utensil-less Cooking
Pete Murray (pjmurray@IX.NETCOM.COM)
Wed, 11 Sep 1996 07:24:25 -0400
>If any of you have unique, different, wild, weird, and wonderful ideas for
>utensil-less cooking, I'd sure appreciate them. Thanks in advance.
My fav is eclairs....
Take bisquick (or similer product) and make it gooooooey.
Wrap it around a foil covered end of a dowel or stick and slowy bake over
the coals. Pull the masterpiece off of the dowel and fill it with creme' d'
le Scout Ooze (vanilla pudding in a can) and you have a delectable breakfast
delight. I did this with 200 cubbies in one day, so you boy Scouts might be
able to handle it (grin). One possible (and easier) variant would be to
substitute the bisquick with a "canned" buscuit... just wrap it on the
stick, and it won't be as messy.
BTW, when you say utensil-less do you mean without any pots???? If
so you should look into making/using card board ovens.
AKA "Goodyear Pete", Hey you!, Mr. Cubmaster, and the "Professor of Cooking"
Cub Master & Tiger Organiser of Mighty Pack 230, Apopka, Fl
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