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Boiling - New Wood-gas Stove
We tested our new camp stove on the front walk. It's a "wood-gas stove" -- sort of an afterburner for organic fuel. The initial burn releases flammable gasses, which a small fan routes up the inside of the canister and into the top of the stove, where they combust. When it's burning well, there's almost no smoke, and it smells more like a coal fire than a wood fire. Just using maple twigs, bark, and other not-entirely-dry junk from the front yard, we boiled a pint of water in 9 minutes. I think it would go a lot faster with drier fuel, good oily pine, etc. The only trick is going to be keeping it fuelled when cooking with a larger pot--you'd have to lift the pot to put the new fuel in. And you can't dump a lot in at once, since that will drop the fire too low to release the gasses. If I had added fuel more gradually, our boil time would have been a good bit shorter. This is better than propane any day--I'm already thinking about getting another one.My Stove, Hard At Work
I had an exceptionally shitty day today at work, and when I got home Boomer was all, "Let's just order pizza!" And then Pookie got home and was all, "No, let's get Chinese!" But strangely, despite my shitty day, I was all, "Nah, I'll make dinner instead of taking it easy tonight." So I made maple-glazed pork tenderloin, mashed potatoes, and steamed carrots (from our garden). And I got another item off my Scavenger Hunt 101 list -- #63, a kitchen appliance. --Schn.
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