Sterno ("Canned Heat") is a fuel made from denatured and jellied alcohol. It is designed to be burned directly from its can. Its primary uses are in the food service industry for buffet heating and in the home for fondue and as a chafing fuel for heating chafing dishes. Other uses are for camp stoves and as an emergency heat source. It is also a popular fuel for use with toy and model steam and other external combustion engines.
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  • Eating with John Chow – Episode 15 Happy Dining

    … or sterno like containers. The hot pots at Happy Dining are made with mostly the same veggies (potato, celery, cauliflower, soybean sprout, and cilantro). The main difference is the protein. Diners can choose from a wide ranges of meats from pork feet, to beef tendon, to squid. The pots are prepared to four levels of heat: plain, mild, medium…

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