Want to cook food in a Hotel room? Try these tricks

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Want to cook food in a Hotel room? Try these tricks

So your stuck in a hotel room for a while and are sick of eating out all the time, how can you make your own food without any cooking facilities? Easy, just heat up the iron, and put the coffee pot on.

# Cook bacon with the iron. Cut bacon strips in half and place them between two foil sheets. Crimp the edges of the foil sheets together to prevent grease from spilling out.

Iron the bacon, opening the packet carefully with a fork every few minutes to check to see if the bacon is done and to let out the steam. It'll take about 10 minutes to get slightly crisp bacon.

# Make a toasted sandwich with an iron
1. Turn on your clothes iron. Set the iron on its highest setting, (usually "Linen" or "Cotton").
2. Cut a piece of aluminum foil big enough to wrap all the way around the sandwich and have some extra on each open side. Put it on the counter or stovetop, shiny-side-up.
3. Butter two slices of bread. Put the slices on the foil, buttered sides down. Place the cheese on one of the slices of bread.
4. Fold the foil over to cover the sandwich completely, making sure the sandwich is closed and that no cheese is in contact with the foil.
5. Place the hot iron flat on the foil-wrapped sandwich, (this doesn't hurt the iron). Let the iron sit on the foil for about 30 seconds; peek inside to see if the sandwich has been toasted.
6. Flip the foil packet over when the first side is done; repeat the previous step.
7. Open the foil, and put the sandwich onto a plate.
(from http://www.wikihow.com/Make...)

#Make oatmeal in the coffee maker. Put two packets of instant oatmeal into the carafe. Add an individual packet of honey, an individual packet of fruit jam, and a pinch of salt.

Put an herbal tea bag (e.g. orange flavored) into the filter basket. Pour 8-10 ounces of water into the coffee maker, turn on the machine, and the oatmeal will be ready in about 5 minutes.

More great ideas here
 http://www.wikihow.com/Cook...

By netchicken: posted on 9-12-2008








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