SFR: Camp Stove recomendations?

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  1. Steven Green

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    Lets go camping Jerry :thumb: daaaaaaaaaaamn.
     
  2. Jerry Daschofsky

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    This was my setup from a couple weeks ago. Was camp cook of course, but also was fishing all weekend too (can do both). Mostly since usually won't cook a lunch. Will be up at 4am cooking breakfast, then back at camp around 430pm to 6pm to cook. So I get my fishing in. This was setup for dinner. :)
     
  3. Jerry Daschofsky

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    Oh, and yes, I've done a plenty Elk and deer camps.

    I'm not an employee of Camp Chef. I mostly test their products, and do some shows for them. I don't have a ton to lend out, but once I build up more product, could let you test drive the camp oven. I just am still tinkering with it myself. :)
     
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    That is a sweet looking rig Jerry! Does the oven hold 450 degrees well? I would sure like to try a sourdough boule in that baby.......

    Ive
     
  5. Jerry Daschofsky

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    Ive, haven't cranked it up that hot yet. Only used it at low to keep things warm or around 350 to do biscuits for fresh made sausage gravy. Will have to experiment and let you know.
     
  6. Rod Sand

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    Good god almighty Jerry you looking for another friend?
     
  7. Jerry Daschofsky

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    LOL Rod.

    Well, I'm hoping next Hoh get together I can make it to this time. I would've brought most of this to that. And if we have a dry falls event, I'll load it up too.
     
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    Very impressive Jerry! (And I thought I had a lot stuff!)
     
  9. Jim Ficklin

    Jim Ficklin Genuine Montana Fossil

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    Looks better than the kitchen in my house . . .
     
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    Lots cleaner than my kitchen.
     
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    I just bought the weekender two burner model. And also the grill box that fits over one burner. I plan on trying out the grill box this weekend, just in the backyard to see how it works. Plan on getting the griddle too, and maybe a dutch oven. Nice well built stuff.
     
  12. Jerry Daschofsky

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    I love my weekender. I just don't use it alot. I literally leave it in my camper most of the time. It's my extra stove for those camping trips that I don't want to take everything and know only a couple of us are going. I need to re outfit it with a few things. I mostly used older gear (non camp chef) I had laying around. Now gonna buy the griddle and a box for it to leave in my camper.
     
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    Charcoal, a chimney, and a couple dutch ovens... That's my pick.
     
  14. Jerry Daschofsky

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    I use those too. Just not as much as I used to. Alot of times I'll make dessert or the muffins/biscuits in the DO while I was cooking the rest on the big grills. But I used to do alot of DO cooking.