I like to weed using my weed flame thrower attached to a 20lb propane tank. It's non toxic, and it satiates the pyro in me. :) The areas I weed with it are landscaped with rock for the most part.
I like salsa, and peppers. I grow a lot of peppers. My peppers are going crazy this year. Mostly mild. I'm a wimp when it comes to heat.
Anyhow, fire roasting peppers seems like a thing. Along with fire roasting tomatoes. Both are perfect for salsa.
So, I just busted out my weed torch, put a bunch of fresh picked tomatoes and peppers on a steel welding table, and went to town scorching them. Less than five minutes and they were cooked/scorched well.
Way easier than doing it on the stove, maybe comparable to doing it on a grill. I don't have a grill.
Part of the function of cooking is a bit like drinking coffee.
You take the time to sit and do it slowly----thats the benefit!
Drive -in takeaway coffee and using blow torches to cook food just ruin the pleasant aspects of the task in hand.
John Daley Bendigo, Australia
The Enemy of progress is the hope of a perfect plan
Well I was going to say that I loved this post. But then I read the part where you don't have a grill? I don't know that I can support such a monster!
I bet, in contrast to the slow roasted is always better hypothesis, that the results are excellent. KIss o' the flame with a "rare" and juicy middle? Sometimes hotter and faster is better. You don't slow roast a ribeye, after all.