Something to ponder about IoT

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Re: Something to ponder about IoT

Post by mediatechnology » Thu Jun 06, 2019 4:32 pm

That story is very inspirational.
She should do a cooking show.
Cast iron cooking with Margaret.

My Dad taught me how to use the Dutch Oven.
Pineapple upside down cake in the Dutch Oven was one of my favorites.
The caramelization you get is awesome.
In the summer months its so hot here you'd have to cook outside.

I would hate to have to haul water up from the creek.

In Florida and some jurisdictions if you live off-grid they go after you.
IRRC there's a woman in FL living in a tree house who has had lots of legal issues.
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Re: Something to ponder about IoT

Post by billshurv » Thu Jun 06, 2019 5:18 pm

I never thought about using my le creuset for that. I'll have to try it :)

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Re: Something to ponder about IoT

Post by Gold » Thu Jun 06, 2019 5:47 pm

I love cast iron cookware. Pineapple Upside down cake is a favorite of mine too. I just learned making a tart tartan is very similar and even easier.

Eggs and breakfast potatoes are best by far in a cast iron skillet. It’s so humid in the Adirondacks that even if we heavily oil the pans they still rust when left unused. We’ve had to reseason all of them. Worth it though. They are good for camp but fire cooking too.

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