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Subject Topic: Thinking of buying Ridgemonkey
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13/1/2022 at 11:19am
 Location: Manchester
 Outfit: Vango Rivendale 800XL
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That sounds good, please can you send some pictures of these mate.

Weve done filo pastry parcels in the ridgy and they are really good


13/1/2022 at 3:17pm
 Location: None Entered
 Outfit: Olpro Abberley XL
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I have the XL it's a great frying pan, and takes up next to no room as the cooking utensils fit inside and takes up next to no space in the rusksack. unlike a frying pan.


13/1/2022 at 6:51pm
 Location: Devizes Wiltshire
 Outfit: MWB VW Crafter PVC
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Quote: Originally posted by Thorgrim on 13/1/2022
I have the XL it's a great frying pan, and takes up next to no room as the cooking utensils fit inside and takes up next to no space in the rusksack. unlike a frying pan.



Have you tried a 20cm frying pan with folding or detachable handle(s)?

Vango and/or Kampa has folding ones, and MSR has a detachable one in stainless steel.

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29/1/2022 at 10:12pm
 Location: Shropshire North Wales borders
 Outfit: Adria Win
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I use my Ridge Monkey for all sorts of cooking in my campervan. It fits on the stove a lot better than the small frying pan I used to use and since I got it I've stopped using the frying pan and saucepans and have demoted them to the home kitchen.
It even does excellent toast unlike the holey thing I had before which always made the toast look as though it had measles.
Has freed up a lot of room in my van's kitchen cupboard.
Have been using it for a couple of years now and not noticed any problems with the detachable handles, I too suspect user error there.

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03/7/2022 at 11:33am
 Location: Cirencester
 Outfit: Outwell Odessa 5
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We bought our Ridgemonkey XL at the beginning of our camping season, it is great for pre-cooked rice, potato rosties etc as long as you don't use it on the high setting, heated a cheese & ham pitta to perfection. Definitely recommend buying one.



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