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Old 04-09-2013, 11:39 AM   #11
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We used our new Camp Chef Oven and Stove this weekend. The oven worked very well. DW baked a peach cobbler for 1 hr at 350. Then the next day snacks for 20-25 min. at 350.

This weekend we had high winds on Sunday night. 40 mph sustained with gusts to 70-75 mph. Thought the tt was going to blow over. When we arrived home the power was out so DW used the Camp Chef to cook dinner using the top burners. It looks like we will get at least 2 hrs on a single bottle of propane.

I think I will buy an adapter and hose so I can run it off the tt gas line. The carrying case is also on the list.
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Old 04-09-2013, 07:35 PM   #12
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We used our new Camp Chef Oven and Stove this weekend. The oven worked very well. DW baked a peach cobbler for 1 hr at 350. Then the next day snacks for 20-25 min. at 350.

This weekend we had high winds on Sunday night. 40 mph sustained with gusts to 70-75 mph. Thought the tt was going to blow over. When we arrived home the power was out so DW used the Camp Chef to cook dinner using the top burners. It looks like we will get at least 2 hrs on a single bottle of propane.

I think I will buy an adapter and hose so I can run it off the tt gas line. The carrying case is also on the list.
Awesome, let me know where you find a deal an the hose and carry bag.
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