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Very true. Camp Loleta, in fact. But that's sticking the wood into fire which would sterilize it.
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Posted to Thread #30522 at 5:32 pm on Oct 4, 2018
This idea just takes sticks and uses them as handles in already cooked food...so after all cooking is done.
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- 30522. How do I ensure wooden twigs are safe to use in food? [real question] - MarilynFL - 12:50pm on 10/03/18 (12)
- Was there a discussion of that here but for candied apples? Saw it some where. Do you have birch - Curious1 - 2:25pm on 10/03/18
- What kind of twigs? I have not seen any recipes with tree twigs, only have seen Rosemary twigs. - KarenNoCA - 2:28pm on 10/03/18
- No names were given for the twigs. They looked perfect for the dish. [NT] - MarilynFL - 5:39pm on 10/03/18
- I don't even want to tell you what happened when I tried the low oven thing. I'd wash in a vinegar - CynUpstateNY - 6:39pm on 10/03/18
- M, & have me smiling, first thing(!), again 2day! I never would have given that a thought, but then - wigs - 2:32pm on 10/03/18
- The ampersand should be a U. [NT] - wigs - 2:38pm on 10/03/18
- While I was searching for online photo, I ran across this: Adorable cheddar ball appetizers [LINK] - MarilynFL - 5:40pm on 10/03/18
- I'm sure you took a twig or two and did marshmallows over a fire!! LOL I realize - Charley - 6:11pm on 10/03/18
- Very true. Camp Loleta, in fact. But that's sticking the wood into fire which would sterilize it. - MarilynFL - 5:32pm on 10/04/18
- Safety Seal [LINK] - deb-in-MI - 7:17pm on 10/03/18
- Thanks, Deb. I think I'll go this route since it will be for 14 people. [NT] - MarilynFL - 1:37am on 10/05/18
- :) [NT] - deb-in-MI - 11:11am on 10/05/18