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Tinfoil-Campfire--'Tis the season to cook outside. If you're camping or just spending an evening around the fire pit, put food in a foil covering and then stick it on coals on the side of the fire. Kids can see their food cooking in real time and can help by turning over the foil with a stick.
Cheap fire pit idea!! These tubs are cheap at the farm store - add a layer of sand in the bottom and around the outside for safety. If you wanted a lid to keep the water out you could buy a tub the same size as a metal trash can lid. You could also be able to use a grill on the top to cook on - but I'm not sure how the galvanization would affect any food cooked on it.
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