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Old 07-06-2011, 02:35 PM   #15
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These are pretty good (as are the older versions that Coleman used to make) - you just need to pay attention or you can burn your toast easily.

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We have a cheap toaster with us for when we have 120 v. We have tried a camp toast thingie and it worked as badly on the stove top as it did when we used to tent camp. I have made toast in a pan on the stove and it sort of works. You have to use a little oil or it won't brown, but it's not the same.

I've tried starting the generator but a 1,000 w. generator at high altitude isn't enough to run the toaster or microwave. I could plug the toaster directly into the generator, but haven't tried that. Besides, taking out the generator and starting it is a lot for some toast.

But, we never tried the broiler. It's pain to light the oven, but less work than getting out the generator. Good idea! Toast again! Yippee!

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We have a 10$ toaster from WalGreens for when we have juice. We never cook inside(at least we havent yet)I always start the grill and treat my wife to bacon an eggs over an open fire in a cast iron skillet,and I make toast right on the grill rack (charcoal grill)but ya have to watch close.
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Old 07-06-2011, 03:22 PM   #19
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Toaster out on the picnic table with extension cord because I found out about the hush function on the smoke alarm AFTER the first experience of making toast INSIDE the AS. Plus that way DW gets to sleep in a little longer
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Toaster out on the picnic table with extension cord because I found out about the hush function on the smoke alarm AFTER the first experience of making toast INSIDE the AS. Plus that way DW gets to sleep in a little longer
I thought that was the purpose of the pillows provided by Airstream on the couch! We remove our smoke detector and tuck it under 2-3 pillows...
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Hadn't thought about using the pillows for that purpose. But now that you have told me the smoke detector is removable, Im thinking that putting it inside a gallon Ziploc bag might do the same thing..... but i do enjoy getting out early and making coffee and toast outside of the AS.
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If you are making charcoal instead of toast, I'd understand the smoke detector going off.

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Hadn't thought about using the pillows for that purpose. But now that you have told me the smoke detector is removable, Im thinking that putting it inside a gallon Ziploc bag might do the same thing..... but i do enjoy getting out early and making coffee and toast outside of the AS.
If you do that, how will you know when the toast is done?
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We have a cheap toaster with us for when we have 120 v. We have tried a camp toast thingie and it worked as badly on the stove top as it did when we used to tent camp. I have made toast in a pan on the stove and it sort of works. You have to use a little oil or it won't brown, but it's not the same.

I've tried starting the generator but a 1,000 w. generator at high altitude isn't enough to run the toaster or microwave. I could plug the toaster directly into the generator, but haven't tried that. Besides, taking out the generator and starting it is a lot for some toast.

But, we never tried the broiler. It's pain to light the oven, but less work than getting out the generator. Good idea! Toast again! Yippee!

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You don't know what you're doing.To make toast,stand up,say something nice,clink glass,drink. Carry on,Richie Rich.
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You don't know what you're doing.To make toast,stand up,say something nice,clink glass,drink. Carry on,Richie Rich.
Hahahaharrrrrr!!!! I liked that one!
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