Solar Cooking Pictures
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April 4th, 2009 Visit from Sun Ovens International President Paul Munsen, St. George, Utah
Nathan Parry, (L)Jackie Harsha, Paul Munsen
Giant Villager Global Sun Oven
Villager with admirers
Learning about the Villager, My wife Patricia
Teaching our class, Paul Munsen
Solar Cooking Class member being interviewed by local paper
Sharing his experiences from around the world, Paul Munsen
Carrot cake in a Global Sun Oven
Trying out the carrot cake
Little Smokies in a Global Sun Oven
Cookie Dough to put into the Villager Sun Oven
View from the front of the Villager
Finished Villager Cooked Cookies
Below are some pictures sent in by Malick Seck of Touba Solar Rama from Senegal, currently working in Senegal, Africa.
Beginnings of a Parabolic Solar Cooker...
A little help moves it along
Finished Parabolic Cooker with a pot of fish
Added veggies, to make the meal complete
Fully cooked...fish stew?
Now it's the lady's turn
March 07, 2009 St. George, Utah
Our Daughter Angela, Using the parabolic solar cooker
The heat is getting to her (or the beans)
Where am I? Oh, yes...the pot
A close up of the results
Dad takes his turn at the parabolic
Popcorn is popping...notice the steam
Dixie State College Community ED. Spring Solar Cooking Class 2009...click to read about it
March 21st 2009 1st Solar Cooking Class-St. George Utah
Five different Solar Cookers were used for the class
My wife and kids fashioning a panel cooker
Students mingling and discussing the cookers
Three of my kids running the parabolic...clouds setting in
Students observing and discussing the cookers
Wheat Bread cooking for the class participants
Class participants asking my children for information on solar cooking
Starting the Taco Soup in the Hot Pot
Our Second Dixie State Community Ed. Sponsored Solar Cooking Class in the park
Lots of Solar Cookers to cook for 35 class participants (the simple panel cookers were cooking eggs for Easter)
Simple Solar Panel Cookers with darkened canning jars cooking eggs for that day (Easter)
We fabricated 30 of these simple cookers for the class participants, each cost $5.00 to make
Solar Cooking from a high-rise balcony with a parabolic cooker
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