Cooking with Tools
What we call Southern Ingenuity is a tradition of using what you already have to get the job done. My father would warm his coffee with a propane torch in his workshop to save a trip into the house for a warmup. He wasn't above stirring it with a screwdriver. I also remember him holding a can of beans over a campfire with a pair of pliers. You can do amazing things with tools, including cooking your food.
Drilled Chilli Beef.
When you want to infuse the inside of your roast with flavor, the basic rotary drill makes it so much easier.
Cooking an egg with cellphones.
Update: Don't try this because it won't work. (Thanks, Liz!)
Poached Salmon in a dishwasher.
Cooking chicken with a volcano.
More cooking weirdness, after the jump.
Chili made using a blowtorch.
Grilled cheese sandwich made with a steam iron.
Prison wine made in a toilet.
Ice cream made with liquid nitrogen.
Beer in a coffeemaker.
Canning tomatoes with a solar cooker.
Stew made in a car engine.