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Cooking Supplies


Turkey - 10-pound bird, field bird or store bought
Miller High Life Man - could go either way or use road kill

Charcoal - 10-pound bag plus lighter fluid
Miller High Life Man - no shame in using match-light type

Charcoal lighter fluid - if charcoal is not match-light type
Miller High Life Man - siphoned gasoline or fuel oil

Butane lighter - long stem barbecue type
Miller High Life Man - book of matches or acetylene torch striker

Plain steel bucket - 5 gallon, no wire handle, no paint, absolutely no galvanizing!
Miller High Life Man - 5 gallon gas or garbage can, no paint, absolutely no galvanizing!

Hickory wood stick - approximately 18 long x 1 x 1
Miller High Life Man - old grade stake or piece of #5 rebar

Sledgehammer - small 3 pound unit
Miller High Life Man - large flat rock, cinder block, or baseball bat

Aluminum cooking foil - 24 wide if possible
Miller High Life Man - any hunk of flat metal that can be drilled or
punched to accept the 1 x 1 grade stake or #5 rebar

Baking pan or tray - tin, aluminum, or heavy glass
Miller High Life Man - 55 gallon drum lid or auto oil change pan

Garden shovel - small narrow type
Miller High Life Man - fireplace or foxhole shovel

Oven mittens - heavy duty type
Miller High Life Man - welding gloves or a pairs of steel pliers

Barbecue forks - (2) large sized
Miller High Life Man - (2) Flat or Philips head screw drivers

Baking cord or string - heavy duty type
Miller High Life Man - Bare #12 AWG copper wire (really is ok!)


We have not tried this yet but, using a pop-up cook timer/thermometer
might be good food safety insurance.
If you try it, let us know how it worked via email!