[Homeroast] SC/TO option?
lynnebiz at gmail.com
Sat Aug 24 18:14:00 CDT 2013
I never did any modifications - but I have a couple of thoughts. First -
I'm not sure if roasting nuts would require a higher heat, as they are
*very* easy to burn when over roasting (the charcoal almonds I refused to
toss were a testament to that). Also, beware of plastic - I roast in an air
popper now... in the beginning, I left the top on, but it started to melt
(that, I *did* toss).
The composition of this might be different, so YMMV.
I think I need to find something that will contain the smoke, though, in
this new apt.
On Wed, Aug 14, 2013 at 8:58 PM, Scot Murphy <deppitybob at comcast.net> wrote:
> I was thinking of modding another Stir Crazy as a roaster, seeing as I
> have a TurboOven to still use on top of it, but I found this: <
> It looks like a Stir Crazy base that would need no modifications. When you
> look at the thumbnail images, you see that the center is already metal
> (probably aluminum), obviating the need for a machined pipe end cap and
> silicone gel. I'm wondering if anyone has had experience with this. It's
> for roasting popcorn and nuts, meaning it probably heats up higher for
> nuts. A TurboOven would be more of an assist than necessarily the main
> roaster here.
> Any ideas from the DIYers on this list?
> Scot "can never have too many" Murphy
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