Is your camp running low on wood? Can’t haul logs from one end of the property to another? Is your BBQ pit on its last leg? Then a Swedish torch might be just the thing you need!
This amazing method will revolutionize your outdoor cooking experience forever!
The story is that the “Swedish torch” was created by a train hopper who used the trick to stay warm between train rides. It Is very simple and very efficient method for using wood.
Here’s How to make a Swedish Torch:
- Get a log that fairly wide and flat on its bottom and top.
- Use a saw or a large cutting, make two or three cross-hair cuts on the top around three quarters down.
- Use kindling or a Bernie on top to start a fire and watch as the airflow beneath gives life to it and lights the top of the log.
- As The top of the log burns, coals will fall down and light the lower portions of the log giving you a long lasting hot fire.
The benefit of a flat log will mean you can put cooking implements on top and use it for your campfire meals.