Cookin with my econo

Cookin with my econo

PostBy: StanT On: Fri Mar 05, 2010 9:34 am

I am going to enjoy these!!!! Stan
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Re: Cookin with my econo

PostBy: tsb On: Fri Mar 05, 2010 10:26 am

Stan,

Don't they get a nasty taste ?
Maybe put a lid on the pot.

Tom
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Re: Cookin with my econo

PostBy: StanT On: Fri Mar 05, 2010 11:54 am

Nope but i dont use oiled coal, took exactly 1 hour, reminds me of my young days with the coal kitchen stove. Its a steaming basket, has holes in the bottom.
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Re: Cookin with my econo

PostBy: coal berner On: Fri Mar 05, 2010 2:10 pm

tsb wrote:Stan,

Don't they get a nasty taste ?
Maybe put a lid on the pot.

Tom

Guess you never grew up in a house with a coal fired Kitchen stove No coal taste transfer to the food but then again a coal fired Kitchen stove has removable stove top heating plates where the pots & pans sat on and the oven is a separate box next to the firebox the warming box self is above the stove top attached to the back of stove some came with hot water tank on the back or side of stove
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Re: Cookin with my econo

PostBy: StanT On: Fri Mar 05, 2010 3:31 pm

Thats exactly what we had
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Re: Cookin with my econo

PostBy: Dann757 On: Fri Mar 05, 2010 5:34 pm

That's fun! You could try some butternut squash with butter and maple syrup next!
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Re: Cookin with my econo

PostBy: tsb On: Fri Mar 05, 2010 7:38 pm

My Grand Mom did have a coal fired kitchen stove, but she never
baked anything in the fire box. Not even baked potatoes.

Tom
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Re: Cookin with my econo

PostBy: rockwood On: Fri Mar 05, 2010 8:51 pm

coal berner wrote:
tsb wrote:Stan,

Don't they get a nasty taste ?
Maybe put a lid on the pot.

Tom

Guess you never grew up in a house with a coal fired Kitchen stove No coal taste transfer to the food but then again a coal fired Kitchen stove has removable stove top heating plates where the pots & pans sat on and the oven is a separate box next to the firebox the warming box self is above the stove top attached to the back of stove some came with hot water tank on the back or side of stove


The food wasn't ever cooked directly over the open fire where combustion gases would come in direct contact with the food though :? I guess if you had the right sized pot or pot big enough you could remove a lid and set a pot in it's place but I've never seen that....?
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Re: Cookin with my econo

PostBy: coal berner On: Sun Mar 07, 2010 5:40 pm

rockwood wrote:
coal berner wrote:
tsb wrote:Stan,

Don't they get a nasty taste ?
Maybe put a lid on the pot.

Tom

Guess you never grew up in a house with a coal fired Kitchen stove No coal taste transfer to the food but then again a coal fired Kitchen stove has removable stove top heating plates where the pots & pans sat on and the oven is a separate box next to the firebox the warming box self is above the stove top attached to the back of stove some came with hot water tank on the back or side of stove


The food wasn't ever cooked directly over the open fire where combustion gases would come in direct contact with the food though :? I guess if you had the right sized pot or pot big enough you could remove a lid and set a pot in it's place but I've never seen that....?

Yes I know the lids would stay in place when cooking I grew up with one I should of made it clearer but I figured people would understand what I was saying the reason why the lids could be moved or cracked to the side a little was to control the fire under it buy introducing over the top air it would damped the fire down or lower the heat so you could control the
heat output of the stove or that area where you were cooking on being it was a coal fired stove there where no control knobs to control the heat /flame like with gas or electric
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Re: Cookin with my econo

PostBy: rockwood On: Sun Mar 07, 2010 6:12 pm

coal berner wrote:the lids could be moved or cracked to the side a little was to control the fire under it buy introducing over the top air it would damped the fire down or lower the heat


Yep..My Grandma did that. 8-) I now have two cookstoves that my grandparents used, one is full size with oven etc. and the other is an "end" heater.
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