One of the most popular items on Mr D’s facebook fanpage and my blog are the recipes. It seems that there is an insatiable appetite for ideas on what to cook in a Mr D’s Thermal Cooker. Bearing this in mind I thought that I would send out a weekly recipe newsletter so those that do not visit either of those sites. There will still be a number of recipes on the sites that I do not send by newsletter so keep an eye out for them as well by vitisting the sites from time to time.
The first recipe for Mr D’s Jubilee Cake (which was won by Jacquie Gardner who entered a competition held by us at The Crick Boat Show) went out this week to those who have signed up for Mr D’s Newsletter. The cake itself is a whiskey fruit cake and the recipe could be used for a Christmas Cake or just a tea time treat any time of the year.
If you haven’t signed up yet and would like to fill in the form at the top right.
I have added a basic forum here and will be keeping an eye on it for any questions that may need answering. I will also be adding hints and tips that I feel would be better in the forum than posted as a blog.
So lets get swapping ideas and help on thermal cooking.
“It is always a testament to design to see things meant for your boat ending up in your house.
This is an astonishing fuel-saving ‘eco-friendly thermal cooker’ with an internal pot that, once brought to the boil is put in the locking vacuum pot and has no need for power or gas for the next eight hours but still keeps cooking. This enables us to make pot-based meals we’ve normally only dreamed of without using up all our gas. Not only that but, acting as a normal vacuum flask, it kept ice for four days. Groundbreaking, innovative, green and brilliant. Cookbook, bread and cake makers sold separately.”