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Old 12-29-2010, 09:21 PM   #29
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I use this one. works fast and toasts evenly. tough to make it balance on the burner though but worth the effort.
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Old 12-30-2010, 08:30 AM   #30
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In a real pinch when I can't find my wire toaster, I have used a two prong meat fork. Just stick it and toast it. Have even used small hot dog fork. Terry R.
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Old 12-30-2010, 03:44 PM   #31
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We use BOTH the GSI and the camp-a-toaster because my wife is gluten free and I'm not and we have to have separate toasters for health reasons.

They both work quite well.

The camp-a-toaster does NOT straddle 2 burners, but instead you put it in the center of the burner. The heat is conducted up into both parts of it. It does a pretty good job. It is also (or at least mine is) USA made. It does not fold but really, it is not much bigger than 2 slices of bread and I have never had storage issues. (I also carry an electric toaster , or toasters, when we are going places with electric hookups. As fun as the stovetop stuff can be nothing beats simply plugging it in and using it )

I really like to fry the bread in the frying pan with some margarine though

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I have one something like the one Donna shows in her link. It's a Coghlan's brand 4-slicer and I got it at Wal-Mart. There is a slightly different style also that only makes 2 slices. I had one of those in the past and maybe it was a little nicer (in terms of not rusting and not needing to be folded to stow efficiently), but I really like the ability to make four slices. If I were only ever going to make two slices I might look for one of the other ones again.

One note is that when I am only toasting two slices, I wrap a patch of tinfoil over the space for the other two slices. This gets the two toasted a lot faster.

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Edited to add: Went looking for one like my old non-folding 2-slicer and found this folding (what looks like a) 2-slicer from Primus. It's stainless which would be preferable to me to the Coghlan's one, which gets quite rusty.

Amazon.com: Primus Toaster: Sports & Outdoors

Here is one more like my old 2-slicer (although mine did not have a handle sticking out to get in the way for storage; otoh that would not get hot when toasting maybe, which would be a bonus). This one is also stainless:

Amazon.com: Stove Top Toaster S.S. Stove Top Toaster: Sports & Outdoors

Now this one I have never seen before:

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I like the look of it, and the home-invented-mom-and-pop-ness of it, but it doesn't look super space efficient (does not show it folding at all). At 5" x 9", I'm not sure if it is supposed to straddle two burners (?)

And here is one more, something like the above but a bit smaller and folds flat (the above one may fold, I'm not sure).

Amazon.com: Gsi Stainless Radiant Toaster: Sports & Outdoors

Now I'm hungry for toast!
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Old 03-06-2012, 03:37 PM   #32
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yes i use that good old burner top toaster. once you get used to it it becomes an art form to acheive the perfect toast.
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Old 03-06-2012, 05:31 PM   #33
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Bought a Coughlands about 30 years ago for around a $1.00 . It is now worn and no longer shiny but makes pretty good toast using a Coleman stove . I know it's old cause if my memory serves me right it was made in Canada
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Old 03-14-2012, 05:59 AM   #34
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A quick way to make toast is to lightly butter both sides of a slice of bread then put it a hot cast iron skillet. Cook until browned then turn over. If you use bacon grease it is even better just don't tell my Cardiologist.
The Coleman wire gadget works great, too.
Great way to do hamberger buns too.
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Old 04-02-2012, 07:21 AM   #35
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all around the nation and coast to coast....
people always ask what do you like most...
i don't like to brag,,,i don't like to boast....
i always tell them , "i like toast", yeah toast!
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Old 04-02-2012, 11:01 AM   #36
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A quick way to make toast is to lightly butter both sides of a slice of bread then put it a hot cast iron skillet. Cook until browned then turn over. If you use bacon grease it is even better just don't tell my Cardiologist.
The Coleman wire gadget works great, too.
That's how I do it!
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Old 04-02-2012, 11:09 AM   #37
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all around the nation and coast to coast....
people always ask what do you like most...
i don't like to brag,,,i don't like to boast....
i always tell them , "i like toast", yeah toast!
Nothing like a little Mr. Banks to brighten my day! Thanks!

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Old 04-02-2012, 11:39 AM   #38
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We make toast on our Weber Baby Q
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Mine is a Danby Breakfast Chef. For those that like coffee with their toast.

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I just make it in a frying pan. Then, you can cook your eggs in the same pan.
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Old 06-19-2012, 01:16 AM   #41
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I just make it in a frying pan. Then, you can cook your eggs in the same pan.
That works for me too.
As for the that toaster/coffee maker, I just can't seem to find the right kind of current bushes to make that work.
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