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Cooking on the move
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userVixters other half
Posted: 1 December 2006 12:39 PM
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Michele, you were nearly right. You should use the velcro to hang the pans from above the gas ring. This way the pans do not come off the stove when you are cornering but gently swing back and forth. With a little practice you can use the road to your advantage so that the pans get a rotating motion which saves you from stirring the contents.

We are planning Christmas lunch for 8 and will use Miltom Keynes as the route to ensure every things is cooked to perfection

Bon appetite
VoH
usermichele
Posted: 1 December 2006 12:45 PM
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VOH,

We have recently attached a makeshift seat belt to the oven door brilliant keeps me tied to the stove whilst on the move..
But the best thing is changing the nappies on the floor whilst doing 70 down the motorway .
I'm fine as I hang on the the oven door but alas we have not worked out how to keep her still when he brakes she slides up to the cab area.
Any ideas
usercolin
Posted: 1 December 2006 7:17 PM
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Simple, get one of those rubber bath mats, stick it on floor upsidedown, then you will have a set of rubber suckers
userspartan3956
Posted: 2 December 2006 11:06 AM
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Why dont you just nail an old pair of shoes in front of the cooker.
usermichele
Posted: 4 December 2006 1:24 AM
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Spartan wonder why Tc has not thought of that for his wife
usermichele
Posted: 5 December 2006 6:52 PM
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Colins,

stick some to my bum & the little one we would be laughing .
However I don't think that they make big enough for My bum..
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