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No problem good luck finding an oven to fit your needs!
In the main garden we planted tomatoes( DX52, early girls, celebrities, brandy wine, sweet 100, pear, cherry, beef masters), banana squash, yellow squash, zucchini, crenshaw, watermelon, cantaloupe, anaheim peppers, jalapenos, bell peppers, banana peppers, potatoes, onions, cucumbers, strawberries, raspberries, lettuce, cabbage, carrots. We also have a herb garden which includes tarragon, chives, basil, oregano, thyme, sage, parsley, and cilantro. As well as two black...
We have gas convection ovens and i love them! The temperature runs a little high but i can fit 10 trays of cookies in them and i never have uneven baking on the trays. These are the kind we have, i just googled them till i found the right ones. I have no idea what price range you are looking for but i would suggest these.  http://www.kirbysupply.com/Equipment/Cooking_Equipment/Garland/Convection_Ovens/MCO-GS-20.htm
Everything i could! I was lucky enough to be raised on a farm and love the lifestyle. We always had a few head of cattle, one pig for slaughter and chickens when the coyotes didn't kill them. We had a greenhouse and would start planting our vegetables early January. That way come mid may we were able to plant the garden. My father dedicated and acre of land to our personal garden. We planted corn, beans, peas, tomatoes, potatoes, carrots, radishes, melons, cucumbers,...
When I go camping i always eat a hobo dinner, they are the best! My favorite is ribs and potatoes
I have always thought it was important to know where your food comes from. I want to intern at a butcher/slaughter house but until the summer i dont have the time. butchery is something i have always had an intrest in, and i have always learned best by diving in head first. Which leads me to why i am in need of help. Today we have a kill date for one of our steers and want to take the oportunity to break down  some of the meat myself. Im not sure if i should start with...
Haha thanks guys, Do you think sous vide is a possibility? And we might have access to a steam table that runs off prophane and a 106kw generator which should help a lot
I have used candy coat in the past but have always known it as candy melts. They are much easier to use, but are kinda like eating chocolate flavored wax. When melted it can be to thick and looks globby. I thinned it down with a bit of shortening and dipped it twice, to make sure there were no crumbs showing. They were a nightmare but turned out cute.
We will have a list of people with allergies and cook for them separately
We will have to supply the water we need for cooking. Like Phatch said everyone will be broken down into small groups and they are responsible for their own drinking water. We are planning on using disposable, and having a trailor for garbage. Typically there are people who come and leave every day and we have them take the trash so we dont have to have a weeks worth of garbage. Right now the only energy source i can think of is prophane, has anyone every tried using an...
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