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dcb17b

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Posted: 04/24/22 03:07pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I carry a Weber 2000,a 2 burner coleman propane stove,and 2 coleman propane skillets and a cast iron dutch oven. I LOVE,LOVE,LOVE the propane skillets but they haven't made them in years. I keep looking for them but they usually want a fortune for them on ebay and such.


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Dutch Ovens in cast iron and aluminum. Collect them too, 23 in all. My ancient Wagners, Griswolds and other antiques stay home but the Lodge go with me.


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We have about 30 Griswolds and Wagners at home, in the TT, and at the cabin. We carry 3 CI pans in the TT because I love cooking on them. We also carry 2 Coleman white gas stoves when camping. I believe that when you are camping, you deserve to eat food that is just as good as at home. We rarely cook in the TT.


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Posted: 04/25/22 10:41pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have an old 12" Rival Electric Dutch oven. I can use it as a skillet, a deep pan, and as a slow cooker. Great for frying chicken, chops, or fish. Also great for soups or roasts. I use it if the weather does not cooperate and I want to stay inside. I got it as a present from my MIL and for about 5 years it stayed in the box. Ended up using it one day and have not looked back. Ended up buying the 16" oval one for the house.


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