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fourfarthing

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Cooking at the fire station for our annual firemen’s breakfast during our fall festival.
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Is that propane indoors? Inquiring minds are needing to know and confused and and and.. ok the real question is, does that picture accurately depict THE @camonick ?
 

camonick

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Is that propane indoors? Inquiring minds are needing to know and confused and and and.. ok the real question is, does that picture accurately depict THE @camonick ?
Yes, propane indoors. Probably not much different than a large commercial kitchen using natural gas appliances other than having the 20 lb tanks right next to the grills. There are 5ea. 12’x14’ roll-up doors in the left of the photo (all open about 6-12” and an industrial exhaust fan upper right (just out of picture). You can trust us… we’re trained professionals, ;wink,wink. And the dude in the picture is our assistant chief… I’m holding the coffee cup and camera.
 

SanJuanWorm

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Drank two of my 1L mugs of beer without any second thoughts. Decided to slow down a bit and filled the mug with water. Sure seems like a lot of water to try and drink in one sitting.
Little bit of salty/hoppy water never hurt anyone....well maybe. Be safe!!
 

fourfarthing

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Yes, propane indoors. Probably not much different than a large commercial kitchen using natural gas appliances other than having the 20 lb tanks right next to the grills. There are 5ea. 12’x14’ roll-up doors in the left of the photo (all open about 6-12” and an industrial exhaust fan upper right (just out of picture). You can trust us… we’re trained professionals, ;wink,wink. And the dude in the picture is our assistant chief… I’m holding the coffee cup and camera.
we need visuals on @camonick

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