You can. Something can be "hot" in a vacuum. For example: a sealed thermometer in space will read hot if it was facing the sun, but very cold if it was in full shadow (assuming it didn't explode from the absence of pressure holding it together.) So yes, as long as the heat source did not require naturally occurring oxygen for combustion as the moon doesn't have any - or an atmosphere - and heat transfer was carried out via direct contact with a heating device. For example: An electric element would function the same on the moon as it does on Earth - meaning it would radiate heat and be hot to the touch.a microwave oven would also work fine on the Moon. Of course the same liquid fuels that propel a rocket into space would work on the moon - to replace the (Earth based camping "gas" stove) with a liquid oxygen and hydrogen "burner". Of course the electric element would be a tad safer to operate.
Remember that the surface of the moon during "daylight" is approximately 107 degrees centigrade. So given that day temperature, and a radiant heat source, cooking something on the moon is certainly possible. If you were on the dark side of the moon, then the same principle would apply - fueled or radiant heat source, transfer through contact etc. However on the dark side the temperature falls to below 150 degrees centigrade. So you would need a very strong heat source to overcome that degree of cold. Not to mention that whatever you were cooking (for example: an egg) would freeze on the top while being heated on the bottom. Or, assuming heating was taking place top and bottom, it would freeze as soon as it was removed from the heat source. So possible? Absolutely. Even remotely practical? Nah...
In theory, yes.
New Moon, Gibbous Moon, Cresent Moon, Half- Moon, Full Moon, Half- Moon, Cresent Moon, Gibbous Moon, New Moon When the moon is going to Full Moon, it is called waxing. When the moon is going to New Moon, it is called Waning
The phases of the moon are: New moon Waxing crescent moon First quarter moon Waxing gibbous moon Full moon Waning gibbous moon Last Quarter moon Waning crescent moon New moon
the moon is the moon
The moon is included in the sun and the moon, so the moon has everything that the sun and moon have.
It is impossible to cook moon sand to harden it because, as the commercial says, moon sand never dries out.
Buy the kitchen then cook egg,flour and butter.
you cant only your wife can
Get a kitchen when you expand your house.
You need to be more specific. There is more than one Harvest Moon game for the Wii.
You need to upgrade your house or extend it and you will have a kitchen and you can cook a meal for your self
you need a kitchen and indigo grass and cook it
Unlike the other Harvest Moon games, you can't cook in the 64 version. You can buy food at the bakery and inn, or your wife will make you a full course meal on special occasions, like your anniversary or your birthday.
Cook Bread and Cheese in a Pot in your Kitchen.
You press (A) while standing in front of and facing your kitchen.
Bring him cook-related items like chocolate or curry powder everyday.
Cook curry powder and rice balls together in a pot