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oz pig

Postby Al&Sharon » Fri Sep 05, 2008 11:55 am

well what a succeess we took the oz pig away for the first time it was brilliant totally recommend them, we where in a national park and though it was no fires allowed, the oz pig was ok,as its all enclosed. I had a box underneath the pig lined with villa board sheeting incase of wood dropping out of it to make it fireproof but not a bit was on the floor of the box we cooked on it, had the billy going and coffee pot on the side plate and a lovely glow of the flames, yes the ozpig has won me. sorry forgot the camera no pics. Alan http://www.ozpig.com.au
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Re: oz pig

Postby GypsyLady » Fri Sep 05, 2008 12:36 pm

Great to hear it was such a success Al, it becomes a great justification when that happens.
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Re: oz pig

Postby cokebottle » Fri Sep 05, 2008 3:38 pm

Interesting device, how much? by the looks of things it would be wise to keep kids away from it, otherwise they might stick to it :shock:

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Re: oz pig

Postby Poodle Jewel » Tue Sep 16, 2008 5:57 pm

That would be excellent in winter Al. Another camper showed me a camping crock pot,heat the beads fill it with meat and vege,take off for the day and by the afternoon it is cooked,some great gadgets out there.
The ozpig looks like it only cooks one pot at a time?? is that right Al.?
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