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The Off Grid Project Cooking Dinner With Antique Wood Cook Stove

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I cooked dinner on the antique wood cook stove today using both the oven and the stove top and a bit of waste twigs and branches.

This is a really awesome stove and will most likely have a permanent home in our outdoor kitchen. Its fire box is too small to really load up enough wood to keep it burning very long so it will not work inside the tiny house for heating. But it is great for cooking.

I used a small bit of twigs and branches from pine trees I had cut up for heating our tiny house. The left over junk was too small for the tiny house wood stove. But it is perfect for the antique wood cook stove.

After lunch I fired up the wood stove to get it heating up. Then I went back inside the off grid tiny house to prepare our meal.

I got out my favorite dutch oven and cut up some potatoes into it. Then some carrots, onion and garlic. I covered it all in Old Bay seasoning and then put some chicken on top. This I also covered in Old Bay heavily. The vegetables and meat will soak up the flavor so you need a lot more really in order to make the meal taste good.

I tossed in some fresh oregano, rosemary and thyme from our herb garden and then some salt and pepper on top. Then I carried the dutch oven out to our outdoor kitchen and put it onto the antique wood cook stove on the hot side.

I added some water to cover the bottom to prevent burning.

Once the water in the bottom was simmering I put the food over onto the low heat side to slow cook all day.

About 5 pm I cut some acorn squash and put it into a glass bake pan. I added some butter, salt and pepper for flavor. I put this into the oven of the wood stove to bake.

About 6 pm we had an amazing looking and smelling meal. And it sure was good. It tastes so much better because it was done using free energy from cast off waste wood.

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