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Old 10-27-2016, 09:49 AM   #61
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We use ours on a 2 burner stove and have fixed cornbread, muffins, cookies, and casseroles in it. To help keep the heat distributed evenly, I place a small soapstone tile in the bottom. It retains the heat and I turn off the propane a little early to let the soapstone finish things out. Also, a key to success is to refrain from opening the door to peek in very often, and keep pans 9" in diameter max. I have found the Nordicware set for toaster ovens useful as well as some vintage Pyrex.
We also cook with a Dutch Oven, but use our Volcano grill for that with the domed lid. If you aren't familiar with it, it has 3 fuel options (charcoal, propane, wood) which takes care of most camping scenarios for us.
Shirley, what size of soapstone tile do you have, and where did you find it? Does it go *directly* on the bottom of the oven?
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I don't know about the temperature range of the silver insulation. I don't think it is high enough. But maybe. You can probably look it up. On the other hand, you can buy a dome for your Dutch oven to use on the propane stove.
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Thanks for posting your pictures! I have been keeping my utensils in a coffee can but your storage box is so amazing that I think my hubby may have to make me one! Plus an awesome score on that Coleman oven!

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I use "carbon felt" for anything near a flame or high heat that needs to be insulated. It's a product used in the welding industry and is safe beyond 2000 degrees F.

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