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Old 08-29-2016, 06:59 PM   #15
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When I bake biscuits in a DO on a gas stove I heat the lid on one burner and the pot on another get the lid super hot, put the biscuits in the pot than put the lid on. It works!
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I've baked cookies over a coleman lantern (poor college student). Just took a bit longer for them to get done.

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This portable Coleman oven works pretty good. Another nice thing about them is they fold up flat for storage. Very nice for us with limited storage. I usually put some kind of added insulation on the top. Just a sheet of foil helps.
https://www.walmart.com/ip/895626?wm...&wl13=&veh=sem
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This little unit if you can find one is nice but a little small. I have one and like it. Again small compact the fits in the storage under my fridge.
They don't make them any more but there's usually some on Ebay. Knapp Monarch Redi Baker
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When I bake biscuits in a DO on a gas stove I heat the lid on one burner and the pot on another get the lid super hot, put the biscuits in the pot than put the lid on. It works!
Oh, good idea, that should work with anything that cooks fairly quickly.
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When I bake biscuits in a DO on a gas stove I heat the lid on one burner and the pot on another get the lid super hot, put the biscuits in the pot than put the lid on. It works!
Great tip!
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I've baked cookies over a coleman lantern (poor college student). Just took a bit longer for them to get done.

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I've used a 12" Dutch Oven on a Volcano Grill with the propane burner. They have a heat resistant cover that helps even out the temperature. While I haven't got a lot of experience with the combination, I've baked frozen burritos, biscuits, and blueberry pies.
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When I bake biscuits in a DO on a gas stove I heat the lid on one burner and the pot on another get the lid super hot, put the biscuits in the pot than put the lid on. It works!
If you had two pots the same size, you could heat a spare lid and switch out when one cooled.
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Pics from last week's trip to Smokemont in Great Smoky Mountain National Park.

Coleman stove with Coleman oven - both dating back to my college days in the sixties. Just wish I still worked even half this well.

Used the Cobb to smoke a pork loin one afternoon


And enjoyed this view behind the camper for every meal
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Pics from last week's trip to Smokemont in Great Smoky Mountain National Park.

Coleman stove with Coleman oven - both dating back to my college days in the sixties. Just wish I still worked even half this well.

Used the Cobb to smoke a pork loin one afternoon


And enjoyed this view behind the camper for every meal
OMG, those views are incredible. Am getting more and more interested in a Cobb! (Your campsite setup looks great, BTW)
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OMG, those views are incredible. Am getting more and more interested in a Cobb! (Your campsite setup looks great, BTW)
BTW, what were you baking in your Coleman oven????
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Thanks for the compliments. The GSMNP Smokemont Campground is located on the Bradley Fork of the Oconaluftee River and we were lucky enough to have a waterfront site for seven days.

I'm the designated breakfast cook but my oven skills are pretty much limited to toast, rolls, biscuits, buns etc. The bread in that particular shot was probably cinnamon rolls. Cindy, on the other hand, can do as well with the Coleman as she can with her oven at home (confirmed by my growing waistline). At around $25, the Coleman Oven is a good addition to the kitchen gear and it works as well on a propane stove as the old liquid fuel models.

Since you're the original poster and seem to like the area, I guess it wouldn't be too much if a hijack to add a couple more photos from the trip.

We had an otter family, two adults and four pups, that sometimes played directly behind our site


And Elk were abundant in the meadows
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Old 09-01-2016, 02:40 PM   #28
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On my little stove I cook pizza with the Pronto Stovetop
http://goo.gl/bCD0k6
Relatively small pizzas but well baked and fast.
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