by Joyce Lee
A dazzling display of Solar cookers were seen at our Monthly 3rd Saturday Solar Cooking Class on May 19, 2012. We set up our arsenal of 4 Parabolics, 2 Global Sun Ovens, 2 Sports, 3 Hot pots, a Suncook and a Tulsi. And as usual made way more food than there were people there to eat it!
The Parabolics are always kind of the "Stars" of any class or demo because they catch the eye with their size and brightness.
We had our "work horse" the Solar Burner, our newest parabolic the Solar Flame, and 2 smaller but equally awesome parabolics, The Cookup 200 and the Cookup INOX (CKI) at work.
On the menu for this class were Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, a Broccoli Potato Soup, a Tuscan Bean Soup, Bacon, Scrambled Eggs, Cinnamon Rolls, a Lemon Glazed Bundt Cake, Solar Boiled Eggs, and several different MRE's from the First Survival Gear store right next to us.
A man from California with his 2 teenage kids spotted us from the road and made a stop to see what we were doing. He had come to Utah to view the Annular Solar Eclipse that was happening the next day and he thought we were having a Solar Party in honor of that event!
Well we always have a fun time at our class so I guess you could call it a party! Hope to see more of you at the next one!
Great write-up Joyce,
Thanks for keeping us up to date on the ongoing monthly solar cooking classes held in St. George, Utah.
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