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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    The other day I put together a cinder block grill, look a rack out of the smoker, put it on the grill, then cooked some steaks. Let's just say everything went better than expected. A few days later I added another cinder block and a tray from a grill to the top. Some sausage was put on the...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I currently do all of my cooking including canning in my home on a gas stove. I want to learn how to cook and can outdoors in case I lose power. I keep hearing about the Rocket Stove, wood stoves, propane grills, etc. I have not ever cooked on any of these alternatives. Are these alternatives...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I was wondering what the opinions were regarding Charcoal as a fallback fuel source if electricity and Gas becomes scarce. A friend recently gave me a fairly decent Charcoal grill, and when he did so he mentioned something about 20 bags of charcoal being enough to take care of basic cooking for...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Most of us have talked about cooking with gas grills, dutch ovens, open fires etc. But what about trying to cook food when there are potentially starving people running around your neighborhood/town or even your BOL. The smell of cooking food could carry for miles and attract lots of unwanted...
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Has anyone seen these lately? I used to own a newspaper grill a long time ago and loved it, and would like to get another one. It cooks food quickly just using newspapers. No lighter fluid or any other fuel needed. I figure that would be more available after SHTF than some other fuels...
  6. Urban Survival
    Cooking tools is something that is often over looked, until shtf. My backup cooking device is a pit from a local sporting goods store. With this pit I am able to cook for 8 - 10 people at one time. In one of the pictures you can see a bunch of pork chops, this is a whole family pack cooking...
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