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Old 01-11-2008, 08:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What foods have you cooked on your exhaust?

besides fingers, hands and forearms!!LOL

i'm welding up a little "oven" that comes off easily that i can throw some dogs or some chicken breast in....
i've done it on my jeep... cooked a pork tenderloin in heavy duty foil... worked great turned out perfect!! took about 180miles!!LOL...they have books on engine cooking... just wondered if there are some other "weird" people out there!!



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Old 01-11-2008, 09:10 PM   #2 (permalink)
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None yet but I'm going to pick this bad boy up:Snowmobile Snowmobile Accessories : Muffpot

It's in Royal Distributing somewhere, I couldn't find it to link it though...

I think the first thing will be Macaroni and cheese and or pizza pops...

Wrap em in tinfoil and hit a bump every few miles to flip em over


I picked macaroni and cheese or pizza pops because thats all I ever eat. Bachelors special!
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I know some laborers who use to keep warm and cook there lunch on their car engine
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Old 01-11-2008, 09:23 PM   #4 (permalink)
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the tenderloin on the jeep kicked a$$..

i'm thinking maybe i'll try slicing the loin up so it cooks faster on the sled... i have to take the laser temp to it when i get her heated up after 1/2hr ride.... i was trying to find a "mini pressure cooker" but coudldn't find one small enough.. so the one i'm fabin up should work.. and come off easily... heck just hose clamp a can of stew to the exhaust for that mater!!LOL

it's funny the jeep smelled like rosemary and garlic when i stopped at the gas stations...lol


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^It's all good until you have all the dogs in the neigborhood chasing after your jeep.
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None yet but I'm going to pick this bad boy up:Snowmobile Snowmobile Accessories : Muffpot

It's in Royal Distributing somewhere, I couldn't find it to link it though...

I think the first thing will be Macaroni and cheese and or pizza pops...

Wrap em in tinfoil and hit a bump every few miles to flip em over


I picked macaroni and cheese or pizza pops because thats all I ever eat. Bachelors special!

well heck i should almost scrap what im fabin up right now... that's basically what i'm building...

pretty cool... can't wait to try this out...

well i guess this is a good reason for triples!!
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Last nights steaks rapped in heavy foil on the exhaust is fantastic!!!! you gotta try it
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Old 01-11-2008, 11:54 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Remember watching a snowmobile show where a guy wrapped up some sliced sausages,onions,vegs,butter,spices in foil and put it near exhaust, 30 mins on the trail and you got a warm bite.

thought it was a weird segment.
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Old 01-12-2008, 07:47 AM   #9 (permalink)
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I like the "hot doggers" they sell too.
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Weird.... I'd never ever imagine cooking something on my engine...
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Old 01-12-2008, 11:23 AM   #11 (permalink)
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can you put them on the muffler?
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Old 01-12-2008, 11:47 AM   #12 (permalink)
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can you put them on the muffler?
yup... check the thread a little up a ways there is a "pan" that you put on your exhaust!!
a whole damn 5 course meal!!
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Old 01-12-2008, 02:47 PM   #13 (permalink)
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It seems irresponsible not to cook on your exhaust... Your just wasting energy :P
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i was at the polaris dealership today and they had one of those cooking pans that was referenced earlier in the thread, and they said they are a great way to heat up your lunch or w/e with.
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It seems irresponsible not to cook on your exhaust... Your just wasting energy :P
THAT'S IT I'M BEING GREEN!!.... there ya go.. i'm doing my part!!! DING!!

the porkloin is done!(180miles 2.5l Jeep wrangler)



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Just noticed this on Ebay but it ends very soon.

eBay Motors: SNOWMOBILE FOOD COOKER (item 120209497717 end time Jan-15-08 06:07:20 PST)
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Old 01-14-2008, 10:28 PM   #17 (permalink)
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NICE!! that's kind of what i'm building... but started with a very small "pressure cooker" pot....
should be interesting to see if the pot blows up with all the shaking of the sled! i hope to try it out tomorrow on a little ride.. see what temp it gets up to and how long it takes... EXPERIMENT!!


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NICE!! that's kind of what i'm building... but started with a very small "pressure cooker" pot....
should be interesting to see if the pot blows up with all the shaking of the sled! i hope to try it out tomorrow on a little ride.. see what temp it gets up to and how long it takes... EXPERIMENT!!


BOOOM GOES THE DYNOMITE!!
gonna need some pics chris and a how two i think i might pick one up from royal how well do these things seal i wanna make pork tenderloin but im a rather aggresive rider
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Old 01-14-2008, 11:17 PM   #19 (permalink)
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the pressure cooker should seal fine.... don' tknow about the ebay ones...

but to do a pork tenderloin on the jeep 2.5l i just took the "heavy duty"foil(don't you the whimpy stuff) rolled it up after some EVOO/rosemmary/garlic/salt/pepper... mmm mm good!! like i said a few posts above you stopped and it smells awesome!! it will be sweet on the sled i bet!! WATCH BEHIND YOU FOR BEARS!!lol

for the sled i was going to cut the loin on the "bias" in 1/2" slices and bring french bread loaf(wrapped in foil) in the "trunk" and about 15min before we eat just put in the engine bay to warm it up a bit....i would think the Pork tenderline slice up would work on a dual/triple exhaust... it would rest fine inbwetween the "tubes"... don't realy have to strap it in very tightly... just a couple of LONG/BIG hose clamps should do it!! OH YA... MAKE SURE AND PACK LEATHER WORK GLOVES!!!otherwise you'll melt your sledding gloves!!


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I once cooked human skin. I burnt the crap out of my forearm when trying to get at something I dropped under the engine.
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