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Old 06-30-2009, 03:31 PM   #21
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I will be doing some or all of the hobo pies above. I also would love to see some pics of a polish luau
More hobo pies ideas we did:

Chicken pot pie (my favorite)
Italian Meatball
Pizza
Dessert with whatever stuff you can find (marshmallow, cinnamon chips, chocolate, etc.)
Breakfast (sausage, eggs, cheese, bacon)
Cheeseburger
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I advise spraying the cooker with a bit of spray butter to keep it form sticking. Also I like to roll out the biscuit dough before putting on the cooker. Much easier than trying to spread it out with the fingers.
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Old 06-30-2009, 06:54 PM   #22
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you should also make some beer butt chicken

get some tin snips, cut the top off a can of beer - drop in a clove of garlic and a spoon of crab-boil. insert the beer can into the ass of the chicken and grill

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camper pies are freaking great. Classics for our family are Reubens, pizzas, and my favorite, chocolate, peanut butter and marshmallow. Going camping again this weekend for the long weekend. Looking forward to using my new tripod. I really need a cast iron pot for it.

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Weekend before last we camped and had chicken stir-fry one night. It went over really well, its filling but not so filling you can't enjoy eating it outside if its hot. And also, it only takes a wok to cook it, so its easy to clean up. 2 chicken breasts, 2 packages of frozen stir-fry veggies, couple of green onions and some soy sauce and you're in business.

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I just want everyone to know that galvanized is poisonous when burned. If you want to try this than burn a good hot fire in the can before using it to burn off the galvanized coating. Use some apple wood or something for the fire to get a good flavor seasoned on the can.


Hmmm, never hurt us any.......
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Old 06-30-2009, 08:09 PM   #26
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it may not have hurt you yet, but if you or yours have serious health problems in the future you may not be so cavalier...Why take the chance?

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Also worth noting, the galvanizing process involves coating the steel in zinc, a substantial amount of which could be ending up in your food. I like your idea, but perhaps it could be adapted to use a modified beer keg? I have a couple of cut golden gate kegs that that fit the turkey fryer lid nicely...

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Ok, i've done this many times in the past and have never had a problem. I may be mistaken; maybe the can was not galvanized, but it was steel. They sell them all over around here- I'm going to go to Menard's and check it out and let you know for sure.

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Most steel cans are galvanized. I believe you can get rid of the problem by heating up and letting the fumes go away. As long as the food is not in contact should be ok. I'd not do it though. Call me paranoid.

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They were indeed galvanized. But I still wouldn't be afraid to use them. As I said, I've done it in the past, many times, with no problems.

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