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Super stove grilling??

Post by JBRanger » Mon Sep 13, 2010 10:08 am

Well, just had an idea. I have a old computer fan grille here. The kind that protects the fan from things getting in it, such as fingers and what not. This little thing fits perfectly over the top of the SS. Now, I know the SS only has a limited burn time but, is it enough to grill a hotdog?? I mean it's just a few minutes.... HRMMM..

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Re: Super stove grilling??

Post by zelph » Mon Sep 13, 2010 1:38 pm

Wrap it in aluminum foil so it doesn't drip grease on the nice finish of the stove :D I'll have to keep an eye open for one of the fan grilles and then do some grilling.........makes stove cooking interesting and fun!!!!! The Super Stove burns plenty long to roast a hot dog on 3/4 ounce of fuel. :D
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Re: Super stove grilling??

Post by zelph » Thu Jul 07, 2011 11:38 pm

This thread gave me an idea.

Take a skewer stick and shove it into the ground. Take a hot dog and wrap it in aluminum foil. Place the aluminized hot dog onto the skewer stick in the vertical position. Put 1/3 ounce of fuel in the Super Stove, place stove down over the hot dog so the hole of the stove surrounds it. Light the stove and see how well it cooks.

I wrote myself a note tonight so I can remember to try this tomorrow. All of you out there can try it also. I think this will be a fun project. Let's do it!!!!! :DB:
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Post by zelph » Fri Jul 08, 2011 2:47 pm

My first try told me I needed to double wrap and to use less fuel

Second try worked perfect.

I used 2 hot dogs inividually put on a bamboo skewer 12" long. I then wrapped both hot dogs together with a sheet of heavy duty aluminum foil that was 10" wide X 20" long. The dogs had at least 2 layers of foil, possible 4 wrapped around them. The skewers were pushed all the way through and extended about 6". The poined ends make it easy to shove down into the moist soil. I put 1/2 ounce of heet in the Super Stove, slid it over the dogs till it reached the soil and then lit it. I then let the stove burn itself out and unwrapped the dogs and i was pleasantly surprised to see how nice they looked. I quickly did a taste test and ate both of them on the skewer, right there on the spot.

Next test......Corn On The Cob :D No skewer, just wrap and place on pot support.

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Re: Super stove grilling??

Post by Ridgerunner » Fri Jul 08, 2011 3:17 pm

Dan, you are a hoot! :lol:
Next test......Corn On The Cob No skewer, just wrap and place on pot support.
Leave it in the husk and soak in water for an hour before cooking. You're going to have to pack a box of aluminum foil on your next hike. Get some aluminum or stainless skewers and you can use it over and over again ;) Great idea with the dogs! Now make a hamburger dog on a skewer or go gourmet and add bacon, onion, and shredded cheddar cheese to the burger before rolling into hot dog shape. ;)
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Post by Ridgerunner » Fri Jul 08, 2011 3:25 pm

JBRanger, I think Zelph posted this link before to show use of your computer fan cover ;)

http://gizmodo.com/5629401/this-altoids ... nd-burgers
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Re: Super stove grilling??

Post by zelph » Fri Jul 08, 2011 9:28 pm

Ridgerunner wrote:Dan, you are a hoot! :lol:
Next test......Corn On The Cob No skewer, just wrap and place on pot support.
Leave it in the husk and soak in water for an hour before cooking. You're going to have to pack a box of aluminum foil on your next hike. Get some aluminum or stainless skewers and you can use it over and over again ;) Great idea with the dogs! Now make a hamburger dog on a skewer or go gourmet and add bacon, onion, and shredded cheddar cheese to the burger before rolling into hot dog shape. ;)
The recipes can be endless :mrgreen:

tomorrow I try corn. I'll soak it for an hour like you suggest. Maybe a brat for kickers
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Re: Super stove grilling??

Post by sudden » Sat Jul 09, 2011 3:01 pm

I thought for sure I read corn dogs next :). Was wondering how he would keep the dough in.
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Post by zelph » Thu Jan 24, 2013 8:40 pm

I bought some 98% fat free hot dogs today to try with the Venom super stove. I'm going to do a video of it to show how it looks in motion. I've had a taste for hot dogs Chicago Style :dinner:

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Re: Super stove grilling??

Post by cadyak » Thu Jan 24, 2013 9:37 pm

tasty.
Ive been want to try this with a trout. :D

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