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  1. #1
    Green Xenon [Radium] Guest

    Default The best type of heating device for cooking.

    Hi:

    IMHO, the best way to cook is use to a clay oven [tandoor] fuel with
    bituminous coal. What could taste better.

    Note: bituminous coal is not to be confused with charcoal which is
    commonly used in most BBQs.


    Regards,

    Radium

  2. #2
    mdginzo Guest

    Default Re: The best type of heating device for cooking.

    On Mar 12, 2:22 am, "Green Xenon [Radium]" <gluceg...@excite.com>
    wrote:
    > Hi:
    >
    > IMHO, the best way to cook is use to a clay oven [tandoor] fuel with
    > bituminous coal. What could taste better.
    >
    > Note: bituminous coal is not to be confused with charcoal which is
    > commonly used in most BBQs.
    >
    > Regards,
    >
    > Radium


    The best way to cook is with a thermonuclear device. Set off the
    device in your kitchen under a frozen chicken. Drive 500 miles in a
    straight line away from your house and set off the device. Wait 1500
    years. Go back home and enjoy. Yum!

  3. #3
    pltrgyst Guest

    Default Re: The best type of heating device for cooking.

    On Tue, 11 Mar 2008 23:22:56 -0700, "Green Xenon [Radium]"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >IMHO, the best way to cook is use to a clay oven [tandoor] fuel with
    >bituminous coal. What could taste better.


    OK. Please make me perfect Eggs Benedict with that setup.

    I'll wait.

    -- Larry

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    Jerry Avins Guest

    Default Re: The best type of heating device for cooking.

    Green Xenon [Radium] wrote:
    > Hi:
    >
    > IMHO, the best way to cook is use to a clay oven [tandoor] fuel with
    > bituminous coal. What could taste better.
    >
    > Note: bituminous coal is not to be confused with charcoal which is
    > commonly used in most BBQs.


    Given the stink it makes when it burns (and which it imparts to food)
    who could confuse the two?

    Jerry
    --
    Engineering is the art of making what you want from things you can get.
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    Green Xenon [Radium] Guest

    Default Re: The best type of heating device for cooking.

    Jerry Avins wrote:
    > Green Xenon [Radium] wrote:
    >> Hi:
    >>
    >> IMHO, the best way to cook is use to a clay oven [tandoor] fuel with
    >> bituminous coal. What could taste better.
    >>
    >> Note: bituminous coal is not to be confused with charcoal which is
    >> commonly used in most BBQs.

    >
    > Given the stink it makes when it burns (and which it imparts to food)
    > who could confuse the two?
    >
    > Jerry



    Bituminous coal does not stink at all. It smells like paradise.
    Bituminous coal has a lot more flavor than charcoal, which is dull and
    boring in comparison.

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    Dave Bugg Guest

    Default Re: The best type of heating device for cooking.

    Green Xenon [Radium] wrote:
    > Jerry Avins wrote:
    >> Green Xenon [Radium] wrote:
    >>> Hi:
    >>>
    >>> IMHO, the best way to cook is use to a clay oven [tandoor] fuel with
    >>> bituminous coal. What could taste better.
    >>>
    >>> Note: bituminous coal is not to be confused with charcoal which is
    >>> commonly used in most BBQs.

    >>
    >> Given the stink it makes when it burns (and which it imparts to food)
    >> who could confuse the two?
    >>
    >> Jerry

    >
    >
    > Bituminous coal does not stink at all. It smells like paradise.
    > Bituminous coal has a lot more flavor than charcoal, which is dull and
    > boring in comparison.


    <SNIIIIIFFFFFF> Ahhhh.....I love the smell of coal-tar in the morning.

    --
    Dave
    www.davebbq.com



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    Green Xenon [Radium] Guest

    Default Re: The best type of heating device for cooking.

    Dave Bugg wrote:
    > Green Xenon [Radium] wrote:
    >> Jerry Avins wrote:
    >>> Green Xenon [Radium] wrote:
    >>>> Hi:
    >>>>
    >>>> IMHO, the best way to cook is use to a clay oven [tandoor] fuel with
    >>>> bituminous coal. What could taste better.
    >>>>
    >>>> Note: bituminous coal is not to be confused with charcoal which is
    >>>> commonly used in most BBQs.
    >>> Given the stink it makes when it burns (and which it imparts to food)
    >>> who could confuse the two?
    >>>
    >>> Jerry

    >>
    >> Bituminous coal does not stink at all. It smells like paradise.
    >> Bituminous coal has a lot more flavor than charcoal, which is dull and
    >> boring in comparison.

    >
    > <SNIIIIIFFFFFF> Ahhhh.....I love the smell of coal-tar in the morning.
    >



    The best way to cook is bake in a clay oven fueled with bituminous coal.
    The worst way to cook is to deep-fry in hydrogenated vegetable oil.

  8. #8
    Dave Bugg Guest

    Default Re: The best type of heating device for cooking.

    Green Xenon [Radium] wrote:
    > Dave Bugg wrote:
    >> Green Xenon [Radium] wrote:
    >>> Jerry Avins wrote:
    >>>> Green Xenon [Radium] wrote:
    >>>>> Hi:
    >>>>>
    >>>>> IMHO, the best way to cook is use to a clay oven [tandoor] fuel
    >>>>> with bituminous coal. What could taste better.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Note: bituminous coal is not to be confused with charcoal which is
    >>>>> commonly used in most BBQs.
    >>>> Given the stink it makes when it burns (and which it imparts to
    >>>> food) who could confuse the two?
    >>>>
    >>>> Jerry
    >>>
    >>> Bituminous coal does not stink at all. It smells like paradise.
    >>> Bituminous coal has a lot more flavor than charcoal, which is dull
    >>> and boring in comparison.

    >>
    >> <SNIIIIIFFFFFF> Ahhhh.....I love the smell of coal-tar in the
    >> morning.

    >
    >
    > The best way to cook is bake in a clay oven fueled with bituminous
    > coal.


    There is no 'best way' to cook.

    >The worst way to cook is to deep-fry in hydrogenated vegetable
    > oil.


    Is that what happened to your thinking process?



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    jmcquown Guest

    Default Re: The best type of heating device for cooking.

    Dave Bugg wrote:
    > Green Xenon [Radium] wrote:
    >> Dave Bugg wrote:
    >>> Green Xenon [Radium] wrote:
    >>>> Jerry Avins wrote:
    >>>>> Green Xenon [Radium] wrote:
    >>>>>> Hi:
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> IMHO, the best way to cook is use to a clay oven [tandoor] fuel
    >>>>>> with bituminous coal. What could taste better.
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> Note: bituminous coal is not to be confused with charcoal which
    >>>>>> is commonly used in most BBQs.
    >>>>> Given the stink it makes when it burns (and which it imparts to
    >>>>> food) who could confuse the two?
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Jerry
    >>>>
    >>>> Bituminous coal does not stink at all. It smells like paradise.
    >>>> Bituminous coal has a lot more flavor than charcoal, which is dull
    >>>> and boring in comparison.
    >>>
    >>> <SNIIIIIFFFFFF> Ahhhh.....I love the smell of coal-tar in the
    >>> morning.

    >>
    >>
    >> The best way to cook is bake in a clay oven fueled with bituminous
    >> coal.

    >
    > There is no 'best way' to cook.
    >
    >> The worst way to cook is to deep-fry in hydrogenated vegetable
    >> oil.

    >
    > Is that what happened to your thinking process?
    >

    Dave, honey, why are you crossposting replies to this moron? It's obvious
    school has let out but this one should have stayed in!

    Jill


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    Green Xenon [Radium] Guest

    Default Re: The best type of heating device for cooking.

    jmcquown wrote:
    > Dave Bugg wrote:
    >> Green Xenon [Radium] wrote:
    >>> Dave Bugg wrote:
    >>>> Green Xenon [Radium] wrote:
    >>>>> Jerry Avins wrote:
    >>>>>> Green Xenon [Radium] wrote:
    >>>>>>> Hi:
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>>> IMHO, the best way to cook is use to a clay oven [tandoor] fuel
    >>>>>>> with bituminous coal. What could taste better.
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>>> Note: bituminous coal is not to be confused with charcoal which
    >>>>>>> is commonly used in most BBQs.
    >>>>>> Given the stink it makes when it burns (and which it imparts to
    >>>>>> food) who could confuse the two?
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> Jerry
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Bituminous coal does not stink at all. It smells like paradise.
    >>>>> Bituminous coal has a lot more flavor than charcoal, which is dull
    >>>>> and boring in comparison.
    >>>>
    >>>> <SNIIIIIFFFFFF> Ahhhh.....I love the smell of coal-tar in the
    >>>> morning.
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> The best way to cook is bake in a clay oven fueled with bituminous
    >>> coal.

    >>
    >> There is no 'best way' to cook.
    >>
    >>> The worst way to cook is to deep-fry in hydrogenated vegetable
    >>> oil.

    >>
    >> Is that what happened to your thinking process?
    >>

    > Dave, honey, why are you crossposting replies to this moron? It's
    > obvious school has let out but this one should have stayed in!
    >
    > Jill



    Just admit it. Clay oven fueled by bituminous coal is the best.

  11. #11
    Default User Guest

    Default Re: The best type of heating device for cooking.

    jmcquown wrote:


    > Dave, honey, why are you crossposting replies to this moron? It's
    > obvious school has let out but this one should have stayed in!


    And once again you reply, removing the cross-post that defeats the
    filters many of us have set up, AND quote all of the crap.

    What the hell? Get your head in the game.




    Brian

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