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    "Cooking time varies with riding conditions" Hee,Hee, I love it.

    Many is the time I have been riding and wished I could reach down for a hot burrito. Full Throttle Inc. Hot Pot Food Warmer | Dual Sport | Rocky Mountain ATV/MC
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    I like it!

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    Utah...gimme two!

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    That reminds me of the Car-B-Q

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    I've been known to wrap a smoked sausage in foil and wire it to the headpipe. When you stop to take in the view and smell the onions you wrapped around the sausage, it's done.




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    LOL, would be nice to get a big burrito in foil before your ride and keep it warm against your exhaust pipe for your lunch break....just looked at TW and below the horn might be a good spot to try.
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