Cooking With Wood

Learn about cooking with wood. The smoke flavor food gains cooked on a cookstove can be a new experience for homesteaders.



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Spot basks in the warmth of my Kalamazoo, an antique iron cookstove friends rescued from a city dump two years ago . . . in near-perfect working order.
EUSTACE CONWAY
Cooking with wood
An intuitive cook knows when to feed the fire and when to stir or move the pot.
PHOTO: EUSTACE CONWAY
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Dry, sap-covered pinecones are the best thing I know of for getting a fire going.
EUSTACE CONWAY

















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