Stoves In Use-The Cooking Thread

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  1. Cookie

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    I'm a huge fan of homemade ragu and pasta. Now that I have my OP.45 & PR.51 running I just might make a half decent batch in the woods one night. I'd have to feed all six people there lol.
     
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    Banana blueberry pancakes on a Coleman 413e. My front porch after a failed attempt to go camping earlier this yr.

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  3. Ed Winskill

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    Biscuits baked on the Coleman oven with keroburner; a Svea 106:
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    Scones...

    Cheers

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  5. Ed Winskill

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    Brew-up on the trail; Mt. Rainier Nat'l Park, Summer 1963.

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  6. Doc Mark

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    Okie-Dokie! In for a penny, in for a pound!! Here are some cooking (and finished dishes) photos from some past events:

    AT CASG #1, Fresh scones in our outstanding 1910 Bluebird oven!

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    Sweet Bride's delicious Oso Bucco, on the Glenwood Camp Cooker, 1919-1919, CASG #7.

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    Steaks, salad, and a good red Wine, with steaks grilled on Optimus 48.

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    Burgers, and grilled onions, on the Optimus 48, CASG #7.

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    Doc roasted a fat game hen in the Bluebird oven, at CASG #2.

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    And, for the finalé, here's our Pot Luck Dinner at CASG #6, in which everyone cooked up something special to share. This delicious food was all cooked up at our Belle Campground in The Joshua Tree National Park!! Looking at this sumptuous repast, I recall what happened at the OSG#! (Oregon Stove Gathering), when we invited Drew and Steve from MSR/Cascade Designs to camp with us. SB and I fed them every night, and they told us, before they left, "In all our many years of camping and backpacking, we have NEVER eaten food this good on such a trip!! We told them, "Our gang likes to cook, and as you have seen, we can do some gourmet meals out here, when we want to"!! They were stunned!! Back to CASG #6. here's our Pot Luck:

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    Bon Apetit, Ya'll!!! Take care, and God Bless!

    Every Good Meal,
    Doc and Sweet Bride
     
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    Great photos in this thread!

    @Cookie the pot with the heat exchanger is an Esbit kit link on a Primus 96.

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  8. Cookie

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    @Etherman Thanks for the link and the info.

    There are some mighty fine dishes being cooked in some of these photo's. I like Ed's B&W photo as well as Doc's & SB's kuskas. I appreciate everyone's efforts in posting. There's nothing like food and stove porn late at night to make your mouth water. Ed's biscuits are looking delicious.
     
  9. Ed Winskill

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    Those repasts of Doc's and SB's are beyond amazing!

    Here's the Four Dog baking biscuits (scones) in the Coleman, the roast chicken in the Dutch Oven just taken off of the top of the wood stove. Winter 2019.
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    @Etherman

    Love those steaks frying on a classic. That is our invariable practice on first night of any backpacking trip!

    Sweet Bride's great Oso Bucco put me in mind of this pot roast:

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    Wifey is out late night Xmas shopping with her girlfriends.

    Dinner? Don't worry, the boy and I have got this....

    Batchelor dinner for 2 on the $1 421D
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    I got some of that oso bucco at CASG#7, and "beyond amazing" is not an overstatement.

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    Got hungry for some German food awhile back and got out the rusty 417B and put the cast iron to work in my back yard.
    Made Wiener Schnitzels, red cabbage and potato dumplings. Wunderbar! enjoy Daryl sunny SoCal
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    enjoy Daryl sunny SoCal
     
  13. Ed Winskill

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    Boy, that schnitzel looks fine....
     
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    @Daryl ,

    Looks great!! In fact, as you're just down the mountain from me, I'm headed your way, right now! Set an extra place setting, please!!! You'll have to join us for the next CASG, too! Take care, and thanks for sharing that delicious meal here! God Bless!

    Every Good Wish,
    Doc
     
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    Driving out from the desert. Set me a place, too!

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    That looks good enough that I'd be tempted to lick the grease off of the burner lol
     
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    We've had no kitchen for the last week, due to having floor laid.
    So I fired up the barbecue and cooked the veg on my oldest (length of time owned not age) stove.
    It was a bit chilly on the patio.

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    Here is a early coleman 1938-39 412b with cast iron burners cooking shrimp and sausage ready to go over grits. Good but not quite New Orleans or Charleston good. enjoy Daryl sunny SoCal
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    Hi all,
    here's some summers holiday cooking 20190715_184243.jpg
     
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    and some more 20170806_184607.jpg