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“Commode Cooker”
You’ve never seen anything like this homemade “commode cooker” that uses a propane burner placed inside a new toilet bowl to cook the food. The water tank behind the bowl, also new, is filled with ice to keep drinks cold.
    Inventor Harry Stracener, of Buda, Texas calls it his “Texas hot pot”. “Anything you can cook on a stove, including veggies, meat, soups and stews, I can cook in my commode cooker,” he says.
    The burner is hooked up to a propane bottle located outside the bowl, while the cooking pot sets on top of a raised circular metal frame that’s fastened to the top of the bowl.
    “The raised frame keeps the pot a few inches higher than the bowl, letting oxygen in so the burner can work properly,” notes Stracener.
    Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Harry Stracener, 514 Tanglewood Trail, Buda, Texas 78610 (ph 512 497-1151).

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2019 - Volume #43, Issue #3