Cooking What do you use

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Re: Cooking What do you use

Postby mytribe » Wed Mar 17, 2010 6:51 pm

When we were tenting it we used a 2 burner camping stove, medium sized camp oven, open fire with a plate that hubby made with legs to go over the top, 2 small billys, 1 teapot billy and a small frypan :lol:

Now that we're in the caravan and have electricity we use the microwave, kettle, toaster and a 2 burner bbq, several microwave dishes and that's it. :*** the plan is not to cook in the caravan(besides microwave) so it doesn't smell or get greasy.
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Re: Cooking What do you use

Postby Woodsy » Sun Dec 05, 2010 7:58 pm

We use a 2 burner gas stove, and a small gas bbq that has a lid on it, as an oven, we cooked pizza in that and it tasted great!!

I would like to get away from the gas though and use an open fire, but you cant always have a fire.
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Re: Cooking What do you use

Postby Ian S » Thu Dec 23, 2010 8:52 pm

In the CT I have a fold up kitchen with a 3 burner gas stove and a round bbq. The camp oven is there as well along with my Chimea grill for cooking over the open fire. When I'm on my own or just go out for a simple o/n camp I just take along 2 portable gas stoves, Chimea grill and camp oven.
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Re: Cooking What do you use

Postby Rosco1 » Thu Dec 30, 2010 6:28 pm

Ian, we have one of these jACKAROO COOKERS....Seems to make SWMBO happy (has to...it was her choice...lol)...I'm an out-door cooker on the open fire.
It fits on a shelf set-up I modified to take it c/w fire proof surrounds for safety.

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Re: Cooking What do you use

Postby Paul M1 » Wed Jan 25, 2012 12:08 am

Well here is what we are using
the fire pit is old 115l gas tank from 4wd the a frame home made to suit on ground fire pits but luckily fitted new fire pit


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