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Thread #120278   Message #2634578
Posted By: Pierre Le Chapeau
18-May-09 - 06:45 AM
Thread Name: Blatant publicity for the Pig's Ear Ale
Subject: RE: Blatant publicity for the Pig's Ear Ale
Hi Open Mike.
Re to cook in a biscuit tin, Its on the web go to Google type in biscuit tin oven.

I have no pictures of mine but I cook most or if not all of my meals on the open camp fire or in a biscuit tin oven on a throw away barbecue. When I am camping . It comes with both trial and error and burned offerings to begin but I have become quite good at it and well known for doing it.
I cook whole Chicken and Fish and with my further two tier I can steam has well by creating steam from a reservoir of water stored in another tin. My Grandfather taught me to cook in a tin when I was a boy because he was a Army man and had mastered the biscuit tin cooking and passed it on to me. But like any Cooking you must take into consideration Heat and distance from both flame and embers or you will burn the lot.. I use flour and water seals to create a airtight cooking oven.
I will be cooking like this at Pigs Ear so I try to get some photos and post them on this site when the event is finished. Thanks for your interest Regards Pierre.
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I forgot Richard you had two trailers at Knockers last year. A field with two gates is useful use one for the duration of arriving and back and forth etc Re cars. And use the second entrance for the day of leaving .