It’s going to be a hot day. You might have been showing houses to a difficult client or put out fires for a challenging escrow. You know you’re not going to want to go home and turn on the oven to cook. Make that hot car do double-duty.
Some chicken or salmon, maybe a few onions and peppers, wrap in foil, lodge on a flat service over the engine, perhaps around the valves. Use a clamp if you need to. A 30-45 minute drive oughta do it.
Here are step-by-step instructions: Cooking in your car by Instructables
A car’s interior can get as high as 160 degrees. You can bake cookies.
Don’t wash dishes by hand? Try cooking dinner in your automatic dishwasher. Dishwasher Salmon with cilantro sauce
Car Cooking: Step-by-step
Note: If you need a cold one, the striker plate inside your car door can double as a bottle opener in a pinch.