Cooking an Egg on the Dashboard!
Yes, I know I have too much
time on my hands, and that I'm easily amused.
Mildly curious as to what it might reveal, I put the
fabulous probe thermometer in the car to see what the
interior temperature might be on a fine, moderate day like
today. It turned out to be 195 degrees.
Ever the one to store stoopid stuff in my brain cells
forever, I recalled the urban lore of cooking potroast or
chickens in cars, and decided that I had waited too late in
the day to start any culinary effort of great ambition. For
my first attempt at car cuisine, I determined to start with
Said egg was duly cracked into a custard cup sprayed with
and was installed with no little fanfare on the dashboard.
Here you see the FPOGE at the curb, with the egg visible on
the dash. In this case, however, the acronym would have to
stand for Fine Piece of German Eggcookingmachinery.
And DAYUM if that thing didn't actually start to cook!
Wait for it......
Et voilá -- Carkey Cuisine!
You know the madness didn't
stop here. Subsequent adventures include
Car-Cooked Chicken En Papillote,
edition of Dashboard Dining.
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