View Poll Results: How do you cook outside?
Campfire 70 21.54%
Charcoal with starter fluid 61 18.77%
Charcoal with chimney starter 43 13.23%
Propane grill 198 60.92%
Electric grill 13 4.00%
Solar oven 4 1.23%
Other - please describe 29 8.92%
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Old 05-10-2006, 06:26 AM   #57
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totally agree , love mine

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The other I use is the Woodflame Grill Delecto model. It uses only hardwood blocks, is ready in under two minutes, temp easy to control and the food tastes great. you can check it out atWoodFlame www.woodflame.com


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Yes I have just got mine and experimenting with diff. cooking woods and smoking woods. no brainer, stay away from cedar.
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Old 05-10-2006, 06:28 AM   #58
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Woodflame Delecto ++++

this thing is great and I don't have alot of propane or cc lighter to move around!
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Old 05-10-2006, 08:16 AM   #59
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Mark,

I have found you must use kiln dried hard wood as it must be very dry to work the best. Cherry is my favorite but most North American hard woods will work just fine. Oak, Hickory, Alder, Birch, and Maple are the others I use. If you get to Colorado Springs, I will be happy to help with the restock.

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Old 05-10-2006, 11:49 AM   #60
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I use a Big Green Egg with an electric starter.
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Old 06-27-2006, 06:31 PM   #61
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Cooking Outside... Dutch Oven

Anyone else do Dutch Oven cooking outside with briquets? It is easy, fun, and a great way to make larger quantities of grub!

I "learned" a bit from the "master"... a guy who has a nice Blog/webpage with a section on Dutch Oven cooking... here is his link if you want to take a look:

http://www.blogicalthoughts.com/news.php

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Old 06-27-2006, 06:56 PM   #62
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That Cobb grill looks really cool - we were going to use a little Weber charcoal grill but I might have to check out that Cobb. Looks safer with little dogs running around since it stays cool too.
We use an electric starter or coffee can thing to get the coals going. The matchlight stuff and lighter fluid make me dizzy!
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Old 06-28-2006, 10:01 AM   #63
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I love to use the dutch oven. I have a 12" which is pretty good for most things, but I would like to have a 10" some day.

Tonight I am making a pork roast stuffed with Ham, and heavily seasoned. Ours is made by Lodge. I even made a few upside down cakes.

And yes, the great part is all the leftovers, unless the rest of the campground is down wind when cooking...

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I use a Big Green Egg with an electric starter.
What size Egg do you take with you? I just bought a large Egg. It is obviously not suited for travel, but I'd be afraid to even bring the small Eggs with me!

For those that don't know what a Big Green Egg is, it is a ceramic grill/smoker. http://www.biggreenegg.com/
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Old 06-28-2006, 11:34 AM   #65
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That Cobb grill looks really cool - we were going to use a little Weber charcoal grill but I might have to check out that Cobb. Looks safer with little dogs running around since it stays cool too.
We use an electric starter or coffee can thing to get the coals going. The matchlight stuff and lighter fluid make me dizzy!
Jennak, I bought a Cobb about a year ago. I thought I would love it, but instead I just like it. Instead of being a grill, it is more like a griddle or an oven. There is no way to turn off the draft once you are cooking, so there is no chance of saving any leftover coals. The fat and drippings fall off and too the sides, making it hard to clean.

The pluses? It can cook for hours on eight charcoal briquets. It acts as a small portable smoker. You can use it as an oven, fryer or skillet. It is very lightweight and the base remains cool to the touch.
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Old 05-31-2011, 10:23 PM   #66
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Cadmus Master Bake Pot?

Hello! I just purchased and interesting piece of cookware for outdoor cooking with our Airstreams. Has anyone used one of these?I happen to find the 1920 recipe booklet too and its being mailed to me. Ebay item number is 270676603966 if you want to see the pictures. We have to do some restoration work on it first but my hubby will handle that as long as I promise yummy food later!
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Just bought a small table-top propane barbeque.

Don't want to worry about cleaning ovens when I'm on the road!
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My other is a 50 year old Coleman gas stove. Great for breakfast in the morning when everyone is asleep inside.
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We cook outside using propane on a infrared grill ...or charcoal in a Weber...depending on the weather and fire restrictions. We prefer charcoal, and I do love the smell of charcoal lighter in the morning.
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