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Aluminum Utensil

Aluminum Utensil

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Prefabricated Aluminum Foil Cooking Utensil

Here is a cooking utensil that can be made on the spot or a number can be prefabricated and carried flat in a pocket ready to open out when required. Made from a piece of foil 12-inches square, the utensil is large enough to boil two eggs or make a cup of tea for one. A piece 18-inches square will hold 1 1/2 pints but will need a flat bed of embers to seat nicely. All foil cooking utensils are better made from a doubled sheet rather than a single piece.

Cut a square of foil, say 12" x 12", then (1) fold two opposite corners to the center; (2) Fold each of the folded parts in half to the center; (3) Fold in half as indicated; (4) Insert forefingers in the pockets formed and ease out; fold the upright edges against the bottom edges to produce the creases; (5) Carefully pull down both pockets; (6) turn over and repeat on the other side; (7) Fold the three corners to the center, turn over and repeat 6 and 7 on the other side; (8) This is what it should look like.

(9) Fold in half; (10) Insert the forefinger in the opening indicated by the arrows and gently open out to give you your foil cooking container, complete with two "handles."

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