Curry night! Thought I'd share something of the experience with CCS, so here goes ... First the stoves are selected. Primus 735 fries the dry ingredients, Opti-twelve (British Military Stove No. 12 with Optimus 111 paraffin/kero burner grafted on) boils the dry ingredients with tomato puree and stock added. Then, Phoebus kero-burner boils/steams the rice and Primus 96 fires the kettle for tea. Ok, now for the food prep. Here are the ingredients for a veggie curry - butternut squash, chopped plum tomatoes with tomato puree mixed in for extra kick, onions, green pepper (capsicum), garlic, ground cumin, ground turmeric, coriander and cardamom pods, a home-grown red chilli (a scorcher) - oh, and priming fluid for the cook. Not shown, vegetable stock. Key ingredient, the butternut squash in preparation. Priming the Primus rocket stove Priming the Opti-twelve Priming the cook Going like a ... rocket Hot, hot, oil Veggies frying on rocket stove (Stove 1) Veggies browning, nearly time for Stove 2 Curry in the making, fried veggies and spices boiling in stock and tomato mash on Opti-twelve stove (Stove 2) Curry still simmering, rice now on Phoebus (Stove 3) Curry 'n steam Rice 'n steam Done! Hot, hot, curry!