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As was suggested in one of the comments by 'It Grunt', you can soak them in water for a few hours before the roast. Place a metal plate or barbecue grid above the fire (preferably charcoal fire - without too much flames especially if you use a grid.) And warm it up. While it is being warmed, make a puncture or a incision on every chestnut before placing ...


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Getting a good layer of starch on the outside of the potato will definitely up your crispness game by leaps and bounds, but focusing just on fat: While any fat will get stuff crisp in the oven, foods will stay crisp better and feel more crisp when using a saturated fat. Since saturated fats are solid at room temperature, they will be firmer as the food ...


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This looks like an excellent answer to almost exactly the same question, found here. Tuxman Nov. 26, 2013 11:01 am I am trying to get a clear answer on cooking 2-15 lbs birds in different pans/same oven. what would the cooking time, same 20 min per lb on 325 degrees? for convection oven? dae Nov. 27, 2013 12:43 pm @Tuxman: Each bird cooks ...


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Like Jefromi said, having two prongs to hold the marshmallow will keep it from just spinning around the stick/skewer. You might want to look into getting a skewer like this: (I found this one on a site called outdoor roasting.com) Having two prongs really makes all the difference! Having it wrap around like a safety fork is kind of an added bonus, ...



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