cookshack

cookshack

(ˈkʊkˌʃæk)
n
(Cookery) US a makeshift building in which food is cooked
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USA: Smoked foods are becoming more popular in the US, too-and cooks enjoy having a smoker as well as a grill in the backyard, says Stuart Powell, CEO at barbecue products manufacturer Cookshack.
The couple found a onetime cookshack, complete with shaky 1880s foundation and four layers of musty wallpaper, on a half-acre a few blocks from the main plaza.
Workers prepare chicken, frying it in the cookshack near the driveway Yellow ears of corn are cooked in huge cast-iron pots standing on tripod legs, a large pile of wood nearby to stoke the fire to heat the water.
Dinner was just being served in the cookshack with the evening's darkness quickly descending upon the Leaf River.
Immediately, five hunters, four guides and the cook tried to squeeze through the door of the cookshack.
It is here you'll find the colorful ShaBeen's Cookshack & Bar (1200 Collins Ave.
When the time came, my feet somehow propelled me to the "stage" on the cookshack steps, but after that, the situation deteriorated rapidly, and Mr.
We take our spot in the dining room for Strang's fresh Copper River red salmon, simply grilled in a cookshack out back.
Eskimos tell the story of one guy who came out of a cookshack (Eskimo Bistro), to be killed by one blow from a bear who then ate him.
Cookshack Inc a/12 2304 N Ash St Ponca City OR 74601 580-765-3669 800-423-0698 580-765-2223 Fax sales@cookshack.
Those who truly love smoked foods and sausages will want to purchase the Smokette II Electric Smoker Oven from Cookshack Inc.