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mrklean

Cooking in the ice house

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How many of you guys do some cooking in your ice houses what kind of racks etc have you made to cook with?   Here is my cooking rack I attached to the top of my buddy heater 

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I did the same thing with our buddy heater, the only problem we had is when we got a small hole in our tinfoil and it would leak onto the heater.

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I do the same with the buddy, or when making chili/soups, put a pan or pot on this guy. I love this little unit. My old Coleman stove from the 70's is great too....

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Some bacon from earlier in the year no a great idea smokey house after that 

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Always leave doors open on each end when cooking, for cross ventilation...and also to keep CO at a minimum.

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How about a sandwich? More time fishing, less time cooking. Unless you bring along kitchen help?

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I think ya missed the point, Cooperman...nothing like get a nice hot meal cooking on the ice. All part of the sensory experience, right guys? :grin:

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absolutely Reb.  Gotta fill some time too.  I'd bet a can of Dinty Moore stew on ice tastes 100 times better than if you made in your kitchen.

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2 hours ago, Cooperman said:

How about a sandwich? More time fishing, less time cooking. Unless you bring along kitchen help?

Cold sandwich or nice hot pizza that took about 2 min away from my fishing......yea I'll go with the pizza 

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Using the old sunflower heater works great for cooking cans of soup on

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That's gotta make a mess, don't they drip, pop, and splatter all over?

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I'm the same, warm meal = happy fishermen.  Sunflower on the floor, pan, good eats.

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Mines like Musky Face100_1149.thumb.JPG.b5b448adab29a000695a3 Musky Face's.

 

 

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