Traditionally cowboys used to load a milk can with meat and vegetables and let it cook slowly over a campfire for an open range meal. Today, milk cans are few and far between. But if you want a simple way to feed a lot of people, you can still cook in a can.
The CanCooker Jr., now with a nonstick coating, is the little brother to the Original CanCooker and is designed for a family supper. Built out of food grade anodized aluminum, the CanCooker Jr. can be heated on a number of heat sources, from campfires to bbq grills. The high-temperature silicone gasket helps trap the steam that is released when the water is heated to the boiling point, cooking your food thoroughly and efficiently. Cooking with the steam will keep your meals tender and keep food from sticking the sides of your cooker. The CanCooker Jr. has a capacity of 2 gallons and feeds up to 8.
From campouts to tailgates, even backyard shrimp boils, the CanCooker is a great way to have flavorful food without a lot of fuss and mess.