Stoves In Use-The Cooking Thread

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  1. BradB

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    Oh man that looks good.
     
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    Nicely organized camp, Brad.
     
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    Brad,

    +1 on what @Ed Winskill wrote, and what @Marc wrote, too!! Ummmmm!! Well done!

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    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
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    Nice stoves, nice coupé!
     
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    A small compilation.
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    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:


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    Cheers

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    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.

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    Nice boat house. You don't see those out here.

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    Are any of you guys professional cooks? If not you could have fooled me! Every dish look like a pro did it.
     
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    If this doesn't have to be a classic stove, I can share a few photos.
     
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    @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.

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    Bread baking and chicken roasting in Dutch ovens at La Wis Wis campground near Mt. Rainier Nat'l Park.

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    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:

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    Wife and I went for a bike ride, and brought my Brunton Raptor stove, and Swedish mess kit, for some tea and Ramen noodles:

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    Wife's espresso maker I bought for her, for hiking, on the Raptor. That's Sambuca in the flask:

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    Emberlit again, as we use it quite often hiking. Fried up some bacon and onions together, then added it to the beans:

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    @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.
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    @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.