The story <em>Soup’s on — the car engine</em> appeared in the Dec. 31, 1999 edition of the Revelstoke Review. (Liam Harrap - Revelstoke Review)

The story Soup’s on — the car engine appeared in the Dec. 31, 1999 edition of the Revelstoke Review. (Liam Harrap - Revelstoke Review)

Cooking on a car engine: a Review Review audio story

Vince Gorman touts cooking on his manifold while he travels the province back in 1999

A greasy, smelly, grungy car engine is more than a piece of machinery that runs a vehicle. It can also be a kitchen stove and oven. In December, 1999, the Revelstoke Review spoke with Vince Gorman, who was traveling around the province and cooking meals on the engine of his 1964 Ford truck. The meals include meatloaf, chili, cabbage rolls, corn and hamburgers.Listen to it with Audio from the Archives.

Liam Harrap · Soup's on! — the car engine

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