Discussion in 'Stove Forum' started by Cookie, Dec 8, 2019.
Limpid pools and wild irises....sunny so. cal....
@Daryl Nice bike. I noticed that ADV sticker right off
@Marc I need to get me a glass percolator like that
@Cookie They're fun to watch. I have a thread on it around here somewhere.
This past weekend's stove pic's.
Coleman 428 with gator sausage and eggs in bacon grease
Coleman 428 with beans and sausage
Coleman 428 with garlic and herb pork loin, collard greens, and four cheese rice
MSR Windpro 2 with a large ribeye cooked on liquid feed mode
View at dinner time
The 3 burner Colemans are one of my favorites . Mine has a little more paint blistered off . Beautiful sunset , my favorite color . WR
Because the landscape is still covered with snow, I had to melt snow for drinking and food making yesterday. Manaslu 96 with inner pot from Trangia 27.
Is that Trangia lid?
Driving along the 72 mile Echo Trail in Northeastern Minnesota a few days ago,,, noon came, we stopped at the first wide spot in the road. We sat there for 30 minutes, and no vehicles passed,,, in fact we saw only 2 cars loaded with canoes along our way.
A Trangia 25 was the stove du jour,,, the lunch of hard boiled eggs and tea tested the limits of my culinary skills.
Herself being lovely, as always...
Waiting for water to boil,,, I’m not very good at it!
Trangia Tundra lid?
Three great scenes....
Tundra has the same pots as in Trangia 25. Tundra mini has the same pots as in Trangia 27. I have the outer pot with non-stick for food making and the inner pot in bare aluminium for snow melting and heating of water, and this Tundra mini lid to top it.
Here is the outer, non-stick pot for dinner two days earlier.
I use a Tundra lid with my 25. I like it so much better than the fry pan, and it fits in the kit.
Been a while since I used my Manaslu 96. Fired it up yesterday to make some tea. I really enjoy this size of stoves
@esphojo Very nice stove
Porridge in the backyard this morning... Our 100 acres hasn’t any close neighbors,,, and but for the romantic idea of it, might as well be “back o’ beyont”...
Cooking at home with my Canadian made propane camp stove, model 5424B701. I have it hooked up to a 20lb tank and enjoy cooking outside when it is warm in the condo. This time I am boiling potatoes and my mixed veggie. And on another day using it for potatoes and carrots.
Warming water for coffee on an Optimus 8:
Lunch along North Shore with Herself and G-Granddarling the Faery Princess. Quite windy and very cool close to the big lake. “Cooking” was heating water for tea, but hot tea in that wind and chill, quite hit the proverbial spot...
Looks like a wonderful time. Trangia is the perfect stove for such conditions. Wind? What wind?
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