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Discussion in 'Cooking and Cooking Utensils' started by Keith H., Sep 15, 2016.
I've been finding it surprisingly easy to set an old all-metal, no-coated-handles, covered pot on the coals/ashes and cook in a barrel, this spring...but I'm not quite up for baking right *in* the ashes.
Another way you can bake is to place a flat faced rock in the fire before lighting & bake on the rock.
I really, really, like that Keith posts pictures of his 150 + year old skills.
Might come in very handy and happy to see those that keep these ways in today's world.
Note the "hawk" in his belt.
(hawk; NOT a bird.) :>)
I have a hawk that I carry when hunting with muzzle loaders or modern arms.
A handy tool indeed.
A small metal tray added to your kit placed above coals makes these cakes cleanly i allso use a 8in square pan with 2in sides this cover makes a cake corn bread bread the old ways work yes but with modern gear you can do alot better i have a old metal sand shovel i use to move coals from fire to cook spot at side of fire
James Townsend and Son!!!!!
(Or, I guess, Townsend now.)
My, how I love this channel!!!!! You posted one of my favorite youtube channels!!!!!
Sorry about geeking out here.
I agree about the ashes part.
I mean, I'd do it if I had no other choice. But, to me, I like my food a little clean.
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