[Sca-cooks] Butter (OT, a bit)
kiridono at gmail.com
Tue Jul 1 05:11:20 PDT 2008
Oh...while I'm thinking of it...so far as cooking at Pennsic is concerned,
Sportsmans Guide has what looks to me like the ideal camp stove. It's a
little on the heavy side (60 lbs or so), but is much better. It consists of
two rings, each about 10 - 12 inches across. There are two rows of holes
(for the flames) on this outside ring. The same is true of the inner ring.
There are three solid brass controls for each of the two burners, allowing
for more control over the amount of heat you get.
If you go to Sportsmans
see it...it's the Deluxe Double Burner stove and runs $69.97...a
little more expensive than some of the others, but I suspect it'll last a
VERY long time, not to mention giving us very high and very low heating
On Tue, Jul 1, 2008 at 8:02 AM, Elaine Koogler <kiridono at gmail.com> wrote:
> Actually, it might do it a bit better. And even better than that is
> grapseed oil. The reason is that the flash point for both is higher...so
> you can actually get the oil/ghee/clarified butter a lot hotter before you
> add the meat, thereby doing an even better job of searing! When I'm searing
> tuna, I use grapeseed oil...and I know Phillip has started doing steaks that
> way as well.
> Kiri (thanks for the tip!!)
> On Tue, Jul 1, 2008 at 4:16 AM, Terri Morgan <online2much at cox.net> wrote:
>> Just recently (yeah, you're gonna laugh) I discovered the joys of heating
>> oil with spices in it and then adding my meat to it - searing the
>> herbs/spices into the meat and sealing it before letting the heat 'steam'
>> the meat from the inside. I'm sure there is some cooking word for doing
>> that. Anyway, it's about as yummy as you can get. (Kiri, if you don't do
>> I can tell you that for carb-less cooking IT ROCKS.)
>> Now I wonder - do you think that ghee or clarified butter would work the
>> same way as olive oil? I've got three weeks of camping coming up and might
>> like experimenting.
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