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Old 08-02-2014, 11:11 AM   #31
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Just bought a new Wire Mesh Roasting Pan for my open fires cooking. Between this and my butane stove on the picnic table I'm set for many meals.
Looking into that Dutch Oven next just love what you campers are doing with it.
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Old 08-02-2014, 01:59 PM   #32
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Just bought a new Wire Mesh Roasting Pan for my open fires cooking. Between this and my butane stove on the picnic table I'm set for many meals.
Looking into that Dutch Oven next just love what you campers are doing with it.
The newest dutch oven I have is a Lodge and it is great. FWIW, I got it off amazon.com for about $30-40, vs the $100 or so at the local store. Definitely look around at these things.
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Old 08-02-2014, 02:24 PM   #33
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The newest dutch oven I have is a Lodge and it is great. FWIW, I got it off amazon.com for about $30-40, vs the $100 or so at the local store. Definitely look around at these things.
Will do that later today and this afternoon I'm going to Cabela's near Seattle to see what they have in the way of a Dutch ovens. Have to take family members to the AP so it's on my way back.
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Old 08-02-2014, 02:43 PM   #34
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All this talk of lunch and cookwear i am going to lunch
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Solar cooked ham anyone???
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Seann, if you were at the slabs right now you could just lay the ham on a piece of foil on the ground.
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Seann, if you were at the slabs right now you could just lay the ham on a piece of foil on the ground.
But the 10,000 dogs there would be all over it then..
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Old 08-17-2014, 09:45 PM   #39
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Occasionally we will heat our lunch as we travel with a 12v plug-in lunch box. Neatest thing. Your imagination limits what you can do. I use it almost every day when I work for a big farm, Spring and Fall.

One stop we found scrumptious fresh made chicken pot pies. Put them in the lunch box, plugged it in on the floor in the back seat of the truck. Yum!

I use those tinfoil pans, cover the food with tinfoil. Soup, chiken wings, perogies, you name it!
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Occasionally we will heat our lunch as we travel with a 12v plug-in lunch box. Neatest thing. Your imagination limits what you can do. I use it almost every day when I work for a big farm, Spring and Fall.

One stop we found scrumptious fresh made chicken pot pies. Put them in the lunch box, plugged it in on the floor in the back seat of the truck. Yum!

I use those tinfoil pans, cover the food with tinfoil. Soup, chiken wings, perogies, you name it!
That thing is neat. We are always looking for ways to have quick and easy hot food on the road and avoid fast food. May I ask where you found it?
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