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Old 09-02-2014, 05:24 PM   #11
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We have a percolator that we used when we would tent camp and I also have had to use it on the stove top when our coffee pot tore up once. I looked for it and I cant find it anywhere. It was the blue speckled ones you buy in the camping section at wal-mart. I guess ot would be vintage now because its at least 15 years old If hubby didnt throw it away I want to put it in the camper because there is no better coffee than that when camping!!!
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Old 09-02-2014, 05:37 PM   #12
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The Lodge factory is located just west of Chattanooga in South Pittsburgh, TN Several years back i purchased some factory seconds (Lodge missing a letter on the lid and other such things) for a fraction of the list price. So if you are ever in southeast TN from the tri-cities area you should stop by.
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Old 09-02-2014, 06:05 PM   #13
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I will have to remember that and if we are ever that way try to stop in. We always go to the Coleman store in Gatlinburg.
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Old 09-02-2014, 06:12 PM   #14
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I use the BBQ that came with the trailer and just purchased the stove below so we can boil and fry outside of the trailer. I utilize a 10lb bottle of propane with the stove and use the trailer oven for different foods.

My camping buddy uses a portable Weber BBQ and loves it. He also uses a dutch oven for sporadic cooking.


http://www.amazon.com/Camp-Chef-EX90...lorer+3x+stove
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Old 09-02-2014, 10:24 PM   #15
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I am big into Dutch (Camp) Ovens. This weekend I made chili, blueberry cobbler and mountain man breakfast in it over charcoal. If you decide to go Dutch, let me know. I've got a lot of advice to pass on.

I also have a gas grill that attaches to the rear bumper of the trailer to cook on.
Often times, I bring my Camp Chef outdoor gas cooking station. It has two high pressure burners and I have a giant griddle and grill that can be used on it. I also bake turkey's on it in my Ultimate Turkey Oven. It's a giant cast iron Dutch oven that looks like a Bundt pan inside where the turkey sits upright on it. It will cook a 13 pound turkey in about 1.5 hours or less and it doesn't use oil.
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Old 09-02-2014, 11:14 PM   #16
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We have a wood/electric bbq of some sort (DH would know) and a butane stove like these: http://reviews.canadiantire.ca/9045/...ws/reviews.htm
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We have a wood/electric bbq of some sort (DH would know) and a butane stove like these: http://reviews.canadiantire.ca/9045/...ws/reviews.htm
I have the same butane stove and I use it inside and out. That with my camp fire and I'm usually all set. If it rains you can find me at the brew house.
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Old 09-03-2014, 12:04 AM   #18
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Navymom one day you get to the point where all you have to do is put your clothes in the trailer and go thats a great day
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Pressure cooker....pot roast in less than a hour...cakes...stew..rice...pork ribs....35 min....everything great. Veggies...awesome....
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It's big, it's heavy, but I absolutely LOVE my Camp Chef stove. We have a 3 burner that I picked up at Costco last spring, and I put a quick connect hose on it to tie into the trailer's propane supply. Its among the first things I set up at camp, one of the last things that gets put away. I think I've only used the stovetop inside the trailer once to heat water for coffee. Otherwise- it's the Camp Chef all the way!
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