Discussion in 'Stove Forum' started by Cookie, Dec 8, 2019.
Breakfast! Eggs and leftover steak, shrimp, and veggies. At Carolina in the Fall music festival.
Oh man that looks good.
Nicely organized camp, Brad.
+1 on what @Ed Winskill wrote, and what @Marc wrote, too!! Ummmmm!! Well done!
Our town of GT has a monthly Cars & Coffee and with the help of my classic stoves I provide the coffee. Today a couple Optimus 99 helped me out. Last month the cast iron burner 417b was dusted off. I guess in 50 years the Maple Leaf and MSR Pocket Rocket will be considered 'Classic stoves' too. enjoy Daryl sunny SoCal
Nice stoves, nice coupé!
A small compilation.
I still have a feeling this thread should be combined with the Stove Action Gallery. But...
Primus No. 2, my go-to stir-frying stove cooking Australian prawns with fresh broccoli rharb from the garden:
Out rowing with a friend this fall. Everyone makes fun of me for bringing a stove, yet not one of them has ever turned down hot food or coffee! This is the Trangia stove and pot set heating the beans, hot dogs and coffee.
Nice boat house. You don't see those out here.
Are any of you guys professional cooks? If not you could have fooled me! Every dish look like a pro did it.
If this doesn't have to be a classic stove, I can share a few photos.
@VIKING Post your food..maybe it will give us an idea to use the next time that we cook on a classic stove
This was three pounds of pork tenderloin wrapped in a pound of apple wood smoked bacon and smothered in BBQ sauce. The 16cm zebra pot holds a bunch of bbq beans in it atm. We had some collard greens with this at meal time.
Bread baking and chicken roasting in Dutch ovens at La Wis Wis campground near Mt. Rainier Nat'l Park.
I have so many, not sure where to begin. We used to go hiking quite a bit, but also, we cook a lot at the cabin.
The first time using my stick fed titanium Emberlit, and Trangia mini stove. You can also see my mini spice kit in an Altoids tin:
Wife and I went for a bike ride, and brought my Brunton Raptor stove, and Swedish mess kit, for some tea and Ramen noodles:
Wife's espresso maker I bought for her, for hiking, on the Raptor. That's Sambuca in the flask:
Emberlit again, as we use it quite often hiking. Fried up some bacon and onions together, then added it to the beans:
@The Warrior, those are great pics of your cooking adventures!
I admire your spice kit. what are the jars in the Altoid tin from? they fit perfect.
@IvanN They look like the glitter containers from the dollar store. That is what I used to use before I downsized my spice set. Now I use the oscillococcinum .04oz containers.
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