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cooking,cooler,corn,not a kludge,recipe
Via: Bon Appetite
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Scott DeSimon, writer at http://www.bonappetit.com/ stumbled across a quick and fun way to make a large quantity of corn on the cob. Get a large cooler, throw in the corn and add a couple quarts of boiling water... that's it. 30 minutes later the corn was cooked perfectly and ready to eat.

I can't be the only one that has never hear of this. Have any of you tried this? Any other easy kitchen hacks you think a lot of people don't know about?

cooking,iron,kitchen,Kludge,portable,puns,sausage
By Unknown
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http://myfoodlooksfunny.com/2010/07/13/funny-food-photos-sausage-on-clothes-iron/

barbecue,cooking,dual use
By garfield
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Is that the smell of burning plastic or delicious roast pork?

~NSHA

barbecue,bbq,cooking,dual use,ladder
By Unknown
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Excuse me, I believe it specifically states not to use the top step. Please expand your barbecue and try again.

~NSHA

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