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Books Books 1 - 2 of 2 on Fire for Baking For baking in a reflector, or roasting a joint, a .high fire....
" Fire for Baking For baking in a reflector, or roasting a joint, a .high fire is best, with a backing to throw the heat forward. Sticks three feet long can be leaned against a big log or a sheer-faced rock, and the kindlings started under them. "Often... "
Camp Cookery - Page 29
by Horace Kephart - 1910 - 154 pages
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Mrs. Norton's Cook-book: Selecting, Cooking, and Serving for the Home Table

Jeanette Young Norton - Cookery, American - 1917 - 634 pages
...and this is the proper method to follow in building it: To BuUd the Camp Fire Take sound hard wood either green or dead, and split it into sticks of uniform thickness, say one and a quarter inch face. Lay down two bed sticks, cross these near the ends with two others, and...
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Scouting for Girls: Official Handbook of the Girls Scouts ...

Girl Scouts of the United States of America - Girl Scouts - 1920
...forward. Sticks three feet long can be leaned against a big log or a sheer- faced rock, and the kindlings started under them. "Often a good bed of coals is...and split it into sticks of uniform thickness (say, lJ4-inch face). Lay down two bed-sticks, cross these near the end with two others, and so on up until...
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