How to cook food with your car, according to 24 Hours of LeMons


There I was, willingly ingesting open-header bacon, sous-vide steak and salmon, along with some funky corn-chips that were produced by combining a crank pulley and a makeshift milling device (welded onto the hood of a car). Some of the food preparation would have sent the FDA into a state of toxic shock, but not once did I witness an ambulance cart anyone off to the emergency room. Having survived, though, I’m still not sure how I got roped into judging the Engine Heat BBQ Cook-off at a recent 24 Hours of LeMons event.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2018/04/02/how-to-cook-food-with-your-car