cooking Marshmellows on Hobo Stove with Power Out

How I cooked with no electricity

When the power went out I used the fireplace insert to cook but it was hot and so I used this boy scout/hobo solution. With a cordless drill I made two holes in wide short tin can and made a coat hanger handel. That worked good but the smoke alarm kept going off. So I cut cardboard and coiled it up with coragation holes pointing up. Then I melted parafin and poured it in. It's like a candel with really big wick. put on something fire proof and when you done smother it with a can or something

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steven@microhealer.com says ... on Friday, Jan 27 at 12:54 PM

The marshmellow was just the first food I could find that would work. I ate stew and hot dog next and then the power was back on. I'm not in the military so wouldn't know where to get MREs when I was a kid I found C rations on Fort Lewis where playe

Vince says ... on Friday, Jan 27 at 2:20 AM

This is neat, but a marshmellow cannot meet your daily nutrition needs. Its better to stock MREs and have a real meal.

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