A “hot” little trick for making an adjustable pot suspension system for use when cooking over an open fire. This simple improvement to the age-old technique of utilizing two forked sticks with a cross-support piece allows you to raise and lower your cook-pot, dutch oven, coffee pot, or billy can with ease. By simply forming one end of the cross-support section into a triangular shape, it will give you much more control when cooking over a campfire. This method works by carefully lifting one end of the support bar, raising or lowering it to the desired height, and then gently lowering the cross-bar back into the forked stick. The triangular end lodges securely into the forked stick whenever a load (such as your cook pot) is placed upon it, and prevents the cross-support bar from rotating. All-in-all, a handy and useful method for cooking over a campfire when more control is needed.
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