I wrote this with the same glee I felt at the idea of doing it, except I’d never actually do something quite that foolish. Probably.
I guess they’ll be having flambé a la bruin tonight – if they can find enough pieces.
I like that Ted’s not little Mr. Perfect in this one (Big Mr. Perfect?)
Until you are playing with LOX, you are an amature.
As I said on G+ & Tumblr, Ted’s my kind of grilling bear! ^_^
And we finally get to one that I bought! This is currently hanging in my husband’s office. Along with the liquid oxygen one from two days later. :) Hubby was a bit of a pyro in his younger days. ;)
I take it, then, by the fact that he’s still with us, that your husband was not a tyro pyro?
@Carrie, then you would appreciate this YouTube video, where the guy pours 1.5 liters (over a quart) of liquid oxygen onto a pile of lit charcoal briquettes:
While you’re on that page, you can click the link to watch how you grill with thermite!
Cooking with C4 explosive is rather straightforward and simple to do. Used it all the time in the service. In fact, they began including iron ferrite food warmers in MREs to try and stop us from using C4 to heat them. Just remember that, while it is burning, do not stomp on it or otherwise shock it. <:-O
“Isn’t it awesome?”
Looks more like “arson” to me…
My old Dad told me in WWII, they would cook with dynamite if no other flammables were available. Just handle it gently, don’t enclose it, and don’t use much at one time. Oh, and keep it locked-up; animals like the taste. Yum, flavored sawdust!
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