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Old 03-14-2016, 04:57 PM   #21
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Breakfast is cooked on a gas griddle and most dinners are on the Webber Q

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Holy massive cooking rig, Batman. That is for sure the next level. LOL

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Old 03-14-2016, 05:09 PM   #22
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OK, these things have stoves inside??? Really??

I guess.....if DW wants to bake a cake or something.

Cooking while camping is done outside. Frying on a griddle (griddle same as Big Rig's but on a two burner stand up LP cooker), on one sorta like this, but mine is home made:

Have a 4 part charcoal/LP/grill/smoker/fryer for most other stuff. At home I have about 9 diff cookers.........some homemade and on wheels.......just depends on how much room I have and where I'm going and who all wants to eat and what I hanker for, to which I take.

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Old 03-14-2016, 05:32 PM   #23
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Originally Posted by quackor View Post
I have a Camp Chef 2 burner that connects to my trailer quick disconnect. I've got a small 3 foot folding table from Costco to use for prep. Both fit nicely in the garage.

@Big Rig: That's a great griddle. Do you have info on the brand/model and where you picked it up?

The brand is Blackstone and I purchased it from Cabellas. It comes on a stand but I got tired of setting it up all the time and just put it on the sliding tray.

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Old 03-14-2016, 05:47 PM   #24
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We cook outside on the firepit, bought a nice triangle grill from Shipshewana when we were at the Goshen Rally, we cook all our dinners on it, then we have a great fire starter for the night fire.
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Old 03-14-2016, 06:21 PM   #25
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Cooking Inside

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Old 03-15-2016, 12:04 PM   #26
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We always use the grill for all the meat. Can't think of a time I ever cooked meat (other than for breakfast) inside. We used the grill that attached to the TT for a few years, but prefer one that we can set up farther away from the side of the TT. Have rarely used the oven. Use the inside stove for any hot side dishes. Prefer an electric griddle for many items (pancakes, grilled cheese, etc.).

Cooking on the fire itself is fun for the 'snack' hotdog or smoked sausage later in the evening, but we rarely use it for 'dinner'.
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Old 03-15-2016, 12:20 PM   #27
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I love to cook and cook the same camping as I do at home. Home made bread in an electric convection oven sitting on an outside table or the gas stove/oven inside. We also do a lot of dutch oven cooking outside using a 14, 12, and 10 oven. I love my Volcano Grill for grilling, or to hold a 14 dutch oven. Desserts, main dishes and sides all cooked in dutch ovens are fun, healthy and delicious. As needed I also use a electric griddle and crock pot. The crock pot comes in handy when we are gone for the day.
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Old 03-15-2016, 12:57 PM   #28
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Like above... We cook just like we do at home, with a few exceptions. We have used our oven and stove a bunch! We have also toted our crock pot on a few trips, our electric skillet goes everywhere we go! Last fathers day My wife bought me a nice propane camp stove to keep in the camper, we use it on steaks, chops, or anything you would grill....

Heck, a couple weeks ago when we camped I cooked 36 wings in the oven.... Tasted delicious!

99% of the time we don't change our weekly menu for a camping trip! We camp by the saying of, if we were going to eat it at home we can eat it in the camper!

Unless were cooking for a group or as a group... Then the gloves are off and we cook outside!
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Old 03-15-2016, 01:07 PM   #29
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Which do you do more? Until now I've been used to keeping a campfire going and using it for all of our cooking needs. I never even took a grill with us - I have taken just the metal grill part itself that goes over the fire but not the whole unit. We were really roughing it, sleeping in tents and then an older pop up. Now that I have this lovely new trailer I'm trying to wrap my head around the idea of actually cooking inside! Seems weird to me.

Also, how do you like the bumper grill? I've heard they aren't all that, and then I've heard that for the average burger and hot dog cooks they are great. What say you?
I have never used stove since I bought RV has an outdoor kitchen made a cover over stove use as extra counter space.
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Old 03-15-2016, 01:33 PM   #30
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I'm probably the only one here who prefers dining out, more than cooking. I retired from the kitchen after so many years of cooking. Of course if I had a spouse who cooked or barbecued for me that might be different.......

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