Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Flame Broil-thrower

Tasty, edible flame-thrower fuel
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The idea of this one is pretty much explained in the summary. I always wanted to cook-out WW2 flame-thrower style. Just the fuel has always been toxic and inedible.

When sprayed on unsuspecting food items to be BBQ'd, this smoke, BBQ, or cool-ranch flavored fuel burns only for a predetermined amount of time, so it sticks, cooks, and seals-in those tasty meat juices.

Letsbuildafort, Sep 26 2003

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       Sure, it's dangerous. But is it ha-ha dangerous?
Worldgineer, Sep 26 2003

       Perhaps a mixture of high-octane tequila and soy sauce.....mmmmmm, barbecue.....
normzone, Dec 22 2003

       Thas not a bad idea, [normzone] ... on-the-spot marinade
Letsbuildafort, Dec 22 2003

       This is dangerous? How did I miss this one? Unsuspecting flame broiled croissant from me. +
sartep, Dec 22 2003


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