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Old 03-31-2013, 11:20 AM   #21
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I forgot about the one we have as a backup to our stove. I keep it under the rear bench so it's out of sight and out of mind. It works pretty good and the flame is protected from the wind. It can be used either with the pot support or the grill.
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Old 03-31-2013, 12:29 PM   #22
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I have the Roadtrip Party Grill. Haven't used it much. Sure wish I had bought the Coleman Fold and Go 2 Burner instead. simple, small, just unfold. The party grill takes a couple more steps (attach the legs)...but it has a grill which I haven't used (clean a grill?) so may be more useful for the grill types.

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I do 99% of my cooking outside the trailer & carry a Coleman PerfectFlow (although mine is an older version). While it is the same size as a 2 burner stove, the combination of a grill & one burner stove works great for the meal types I cook. Meat on the grill & a rice or a vegetable steamed over the burner. On top of that, you can purchase a griddle that replaces the grill top for pancakes, etc.
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We also have the perfect flow like Jon mentions. Must be from another era as it is green and the burner is to the right end. Great to heat water for tea or coffee while grilling the meal. We do have the griddle and although heavy, it's fantastic for breakfasts.
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Old 04-03-2013, 05:52 PM   #25
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I'll probably just get something like this: Amazon.com: Coleman PowerPack 1-Burner Stove: Sports & Outdoors (Can't get the URL embedded on the ipad.) 12.5 lbs is too much weight when I already have a two-burner stove inside. And wouldn't that grill be hard to clean?
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Old 04-07-2013, 09:06 PM   #26
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Here's their site where you can buy the Biolite and grill.
New Portable Gril Features - BioLite Stove

Also REI is their only retailer.
biolite at REI - FREE SHIPPING With $50 minimum purchase.

I have been looking at this.....seems like it would be good for camping as well as to have in my "storm emergence box". No worry about having /find fuel for it. Then you also have the added bonus of being able to charge your phone/music/games.

of course the down side is I just cant make myself spend that much money for it right now....I am talking to myself about it real hard though...LOL!
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Old backpackers trick.....(I'm an OLD backpacker)
They make a spring sided cake pan withe remove able bottom. It's about three inches deep.
I threw away the bottom and wrap the side around the stove for transport and open it up to act as a wind shield when in camp. Works great on a picknick table.
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Old backpackers trick.....(I'm an OLD backpacker)
They make a spring sided cake pan withe remove able bottom. It's about three inches deep.
I threw away the bottom and wrap the side around the stove for transport and open it up to act as a wind shield when in camp. Works great on a picknick table.
Recycle/Reuse.....Thanks for the idea! I have one of those cake pans,that I use a lot for cakes,but the good thing is I see them all the time in garage sales/resale shops & fea markets so shouldn't be to hard to pick up on real cheap.
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Oh, great idea, but I think I got rid of mine at the yard sale a couple of years ago. Hopefully I kept the biggest one. That would be about right for a windshield. (Never did that backpacking, though.)
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Another wind screen idea is to use the deepest disposable aluminum cake pan you can find at Walmart or a dollar store. And, here is a link to a DIY backpack alcohol stove on Youtube. I've made a couple and they work well. They make a lot of heat and will burn for about 4 or 5 minutes. Long enough for heat a cup of water for coffee or tea, or to fry an egg.

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