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Do we have to have water in the oven at all times? If so how do we cook cakes?

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I once read an article about someone cooking their meal on their car's engine. They would wrap it up in aluminum foil, cruise to their destination while the food cooked on the exhaust manifold. When they arrived, their meal was ready. Was that by any chance you?

Posted on Sep 12, 2009

  • Curt Downs Sep 13, 2009

    I thought cooking on the car engine was a great idea, I'm afraid I don't understand your question though.



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