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Cooking using only your car is a lot easier than it seems as evidenced by these videos.

Cooking using conventional appliances is all well and good but sometimes you just need to wrap some food in foil and go for a drive. These videos prove that cooking using a car's engine is both safe and easy to do. You can make everything from chili dogs to Cajun shrimp using only the sweet, sweet heat of your car's engine. If you're the type of person who lives in their car (literally or figuratively), then you need to watch these videos.

In the video, Barry of the YouTube cooking show "My Virgin Kitchen" walks you through how to prepare and cook a meat-heavy meal using only your wife's car. In addition to cooking with his car, Barry also finds time to talk to a sheep and make jokes about McDonald's.

This video from RecombuCars kicks things up a notch, showing up My Virgin Kitchen by cooking an entire three-course English meal using only the heat from the engine of a Corvette Grand Sport. Who would have thought that Yorkshire Pudding could be made using a Corvette's engine?

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This cheesy video from YouTube's "Gadget Guy" features two dishes pulled directly from the book "Manifold Destiny" by Bill Scheller and Chris Maynard. Against all odds and bad jokes the Gadget Guy successfully pulls off the two dishes.

A boiling hot car is the enemy of babies and pets the world over, but it can be useful if you're trying to bake cookies. This video shows you how to bake an entire sheet of cookies using only the heat inside your car. All you need are cookies, nonstick spray, incredibly hot weather and a ton of patience.

Have you ever wondered if your car could be used to cook a chili dog? If your answer is 'yes,' then you need to watch this video. Bachelors and frat boys are going to want to pay close attention here.

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