I am really into this solar cooking thing. Yesterday I cooked Spinach Tofu enchiladas, the day before it was Apricot-Pecan bread. I am even disappointed when it is too cloudy out to cook outside in the solar oven (like today).
My gosh! I have to cook right before the meal, how inconvenient! I have to heat up the house when it's already 78 degrees in here, how awful! I have to increase my carbon footprint, what a bummer!
Anyway, I wanted to check out an idea I had: hosting a solar cooking "class" here at the ole' homestead in North OKC. Soon I will have two types of solar cookers (Global Sun Oven and Tulsi Sun Hybrid), so I could put them on display (if it's sunny we could cook something), along with the Cooking with Sunshine book, let people check the sun ovens out if they are thinking of buying one. Also offer some basic tips, talk about equipment and safety and cooking times, and give away some solar cooked Apricot-Pecan bread (quite tasty if I do say so myself).
The only small problem is that I don't have any of the home-made solar cookers. Maybe someone would volunteer to display theirs. Anyway, that's about as far as I've gotten. Do you think anyone on the ok-sus list would be interested?