Re: [hreg] Solar Cooking
- Dear Kim:
Did you purchase the oven or made it yourself? I am
experimenting with making an oven and would appreciate pointers.
---- Original message ----
>Date: Thu, 02 Oct 2003 12:48:34 -0500eat my main
>From: Kim & Garth Travis <gartht@...>
>Subject: Re: [hreg] Solar Cooking
>I cook my lunch most of the summer in my solar cookers. I
>meal of the day then, so I do cook meat, potatoes and veggiesquite
>commonly. I do mixed dishes as well, but any recipe designedfor a slow
>cooker/crock pot works well for solar cooking. I even bakebread in my
>solar cooker.turns out.
>Mike Ewert wrote:
>> If anyone tries some solar cooking, let us know how it
>------------------------ Yahoo! Groups Sponsor
>Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to
I made my own. I use funnel cookers which can be made in about an hour.
I have tracked down the 2 quart Bell canning jars which give you a
much bigger cooking space. My big thing is keeping them in place in the
wind, which I have daily at my place. I made mine about 3 years ago,
but if you want, I can probably find the web site I made them from.
> Dear Kim:
> Did you purchase the oven or made it yourself? I am
> experimenting with making an oven and would appreciate pointers.
I also enjoyed making and using the funnel cooker (look under Plans
for Panel style cookers). However, the cooker I use the most these
days is the Sun Oven.
>I can probably find the web site I made them from.
> Bright Blessings,