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Thread: Cooking out with the firedragon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hammock_man View Post
    As much as I love my Ghillie Kettle, I find cooking on the top to be of little use.
    I tried cooking *in* the chimney. Used some old stainless bike spokes, put chunks of veg and hallumi cheese on them, I could fit two in the kettle at once. Let twigs burn down to coals then added the skewers. The 'elbow' on the bottom of the spokes stopped food from sliding off into the fire.

    It worked ok, not great but ok.

    A day when you have a legitimate, practical reason to use an axe is a good day.

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    I trust there was still water in the chimney????

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    Water in the jacket, yes.

    A day when you have a legitimate, practical reason to use an axe is a good day.

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    Sorry for being an old women but I would hate for it to be ruined.

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