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    I have never tried to cook/reheat anything using my buddy heater, but I have heard it's a useful tool to have warm meals on the ice.

    Does anyone have some favourite meals, snacks, tips, tricks, modifications etc to share?

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    On the same note, any thermos food ideas would be great as well!

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    poptarts are great on it....you can build a rack for it to put cans of soup or coffee on lots of youtube stuff

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    Reheated a pizza on mine today. A lot of possibilities with a buddy heater and tin foil. I have a small camp cookware set that's handy too.

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    A google search will come up with some neat mods that guys have rigged up for cooking using sheet metal and grates.

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    I picked up one of those metal 5 gallon paint roller grates from Home depot for just under five bucks. It hooks onto the handle and is great for hotdogs and water for soup and coffee.

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    Good Youtube video on how to make a cooking grate for the buddy heater.
    Mark Snow, Libertarian Candidate Nepean, 66 for 2018, Vice Chairman - Ontario Libertarian Party

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    I have found some good videos on youtube. Thanks guys!

    Does anyone have any thermos food hacks to share?

    One that I use is filling my thermos with boiling water, slip in a few hotdogs before heading out. You have cooked hot dogs. I know not rocket science, but maybe not obvious to others and thought I'd share.

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    Cooked lots of fresh smelts over s buddy heater.lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Livetofish View Post
    I have found some good videos on youtube. Thanks guys!

    Does anyone have any thermos food hacks to share?

    One that I use is filling my thermos with boiling water, slip in a few hotdogs before heading out. You have cooked hot dogs. I know not rocket science, but maybe not obvious to others and thought I'd share.
    That was the only thermos tip I had, but take some run foil and rest on top of your buddy heater, that way you have a nice warmed up bun to go with the warm hotdogs.

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