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Message posted by rickit09/7/2007 at 8:14pm
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Hi all, as Liddenham so rightly pointed out earlier, camping is different things to different people. Yes we do take a mini oven etc away when away with EHU for more than five days, we also go away bare minimal for a night or two with no more than a single stove etc.

What ever way you camp enjoy it, as thats what we all do it for and why we are here.


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Message posted by Caroleeeeee09/7/2007 at 8:18pm
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Take the electric steamer, cooks the veggies and the chicken all in one

Message posted by grunty09/7/2007 at 9:40pm
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thats a good idea very good how bigs a steamer as im restricted for space

Message posted by Shirlz10/7/2007 at 10:23am
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We took the George Foreman last time and won't go without it in future if going for 5 days or more.Used along with the two ring gas stove, it made the difference between eating decent food and spending a fortune eating out. Mind you, the addition of the utility tent helped too!

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Message posted by Jon Bradbury10/7/2007 at 2:07pm
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I used to go camping with two friends and a Camping Gaz Bluet stove (which I still have!). If you don't remember it, it is a single burner folding jobbie that takes a tiddly little cannister. Great for cycling holidays, as we found out.

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Message posted by grunty10/7/2007 at 5:06pm
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george foreman i  cant get him in the car hes too big

Message posted by TENPIN10/7/2007 at 7:15pm
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We take a Bravoska which can be used as a oven or wok. A rice cooker in which we cook pasta, veggies , cheese, scrambled egg ,basically it just becomes a non stick saucepan.We have thought of taking a pressure cooker instead of this as our three children all eat adult size portions.We are contemplating buying a cuisinart griddle/grill for toast, toasties etc and if you do want to take the kitchen sink along as well check this out http://www.simplyhike.co.uk/ProductDetails.aspx?StockID=34084

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Message posted by Littlebug10/7/2007 at 8:19pm
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We take a BBQ bucket, keeps you warm in the evening, can toast marshmellows over a glass of wine, good for cooking the meat on. I do toasties in the frying pan!

Message posted by rickit10/7/2007 at 8:26pm
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Hi Tenpin, like the coleman kitchen sink, but have you seen the Cabela ?

Message posted by Shirlz10/7/2007 at 9:06pm
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How does Littlebug toast marshmallows over a glass of wine?!

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Message posted by TENPIN10/7/2007 at 9:50pm
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Hi Rickit, like the cabela, hvae you got one?It seems a bit more compact than the coleman.

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Message posted by TENPIN10/7/2007 at 9:53pm
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Hi rickit,

Like the cabela, do you have one?it seems more compact than the coleman.We actually use the american camp table and a sunncamp kitchen.

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Message posted by rickit11/7/2007 at 7:39am
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Hi Jo, know we do not have the Cabela but I know you can buy them. If you like the kitchen how is this for a camp cooker my wife loved this.

Message posted by Littlebug11/7/2007 at 11:16am
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Umm good point, a glass of wine isn't generally known to be a good source of heat

After a few glasses, don't know what's going on, my marshmellows could be cooked, or maybe they're not


Message posted by grunty11/7/2007 at 7:15pm
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ahh stella and a portable barbie ill buy a toaster i think for brekie does anyone think a  deep pan fryers a good idea


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