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    That is way cool Im going to do that next time I go Out.
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    I'm going to try this soon

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    We need a book on stick cooking - egg on a stick, stick damper. Any more suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by krazykangaroo View Post
    We need a book on stick cooking - egg on a stick, stick damper. Any more suggestions?
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    Other than liquids, there isn't much you can't cook on a stick.......and in those cases you can use the stick for a pot hanger.
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    Thanks for bring up this thread, hadn't seen it, going to have to try this next time I'm out.
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    Warning, Rooster eggs wont work, just so you know

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    never tried eggs on a stick. But have cooked trout on a stick.

    Anyone do any plank cooking? I have found that cedar planks add a strong flavor to the food cooked on it, but alder planks add a sorta sweetness to the foods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wildthang View Post
    Warning, Rooster eggs wont work, just so you know
    Why?.............Oh, nevermind, my 9-year old grandson explained it to me.
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    It's funny that this thread came up again, I just had a small group of Boy Scouts practicing it during their Wilderness Survival merit badge training this weekend. All the eggs came out nicely the first try, one was perfect, no burnt eggs. They took there time, about twenty minutes to cook.
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    I was trying to think of good ideas for our wilderness survival merit badge camp out this August. I need to try this with them. Thanks PGV.
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