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Old 04-29-2020, 04:14 PM   #61
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Iíve been making toast in our Casita for 16 years now with just a frying pan on the stove, no butter needed. Just put the dry bread on the pan, light the burner and turn in a couple minutes to see how itís doing. No power required.
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Old 04-29-2020, 04:21 PM   #62
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“Spatulized” toast is a long standing tradition in my family. It’s based on the frying pan method but you take a good strong spatula and squish the bejeezus out of the toast. Those flimsy plastic spatulas just don’t cut it. I’ve broken several. It browns the toast nicely, and the sound of sizzling butter is satisfying. The objective is to make the toast as thin as possible. My kids ask for it the first morning of every camping trip. They’re 4th generation toasters.
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Old 04-29-2020, 07:07 PM   #63
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My flame kissed toast is the best and fast... no fuss no accessories needed. I do it right on the burner. Shuffle it around on the burner till all parts are gently toasted and flip it and repeat. its not dried out ... just perfectly toasted and ready for your favourite spreads. Jim R. from South East
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Old 04-29-2020, 10:35 PM   #64
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Try a propane torch
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Old 04-30-2020, 06:30 AM   #65
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Another stovetop toaster

When I lived in Chile, a ďtostadoraĒ meant one of these, used over the gas stove flame. Worked fine, cost was a couple dollars. I havenít been able to find them in the US.
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Old 04-30-2020, 07:32 AM   #66
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Again the toaster oven dry is it out and takes too long, plus the hassle of turning it over Midway putting on a timer
Maybe you need a better toaster oven. I have a toaster oven at home that toasts pretty well, and does both sides at the same time. I use it for toasting more often than the actual toaster.
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Old 04-30-2020, 07:33 AM   #67
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Iíve been making toast in our Casita for 16 years now with just a frying pan on the stove, no butter needed. Just put the dry bread on the pan, light the burner and turn in a couple minutes to see how itís doing. No power required.
That sounds like the way to go.
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Old 04-30-2020, 09:25 AM   #68
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I have that Coleman oven. I'm not sure if it's still in the trailer or what I did with it. It weighs seven pounds. I used it once for reheating pulled pork. It got too hot for reheating when I used a butane stove as a heat source. Ended up using the BBQ for a heat source ( which when you think about it, made the oven pointless ).
My buddy also has one and he made cinnamon buns, once.
The secret to using the folding Coleman oven successfully, for us, is to put something in the bottom that helps to regulate and stabilize the heat. I use a square piece of shale (rock) about an inch thick and roughly a bit smaller than than the inside of the oven. We can bake pretty much anything that we do in our home kitchen and it does a great job on toast, biscuits and breakfast cinnamon rolls. The oven, frying pan, two burner stove and coffee pot shown below were picked up at a yard sales during my college days in the mid sixties. The single burner is early ninties vintage. We mostly dry camp and never cook inside the camper so this works very well for us, YMMV
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Old 05-01-2020, 09:09 PM   #69
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Both types work well once you get the correct burner setting. I find the box type better if you only want one or two slices.


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I've had both of these. I have found the top one dries out the bread quite a bit, but allows 4 pieces at a time. The bottom one does a much better job. IMHO.
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Old 05-02-2020, 07:39 AM   #70
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I make pizza with floured tortillas and a cast iron pan but you need a broiler. I have been thinking of a torch though. I may just try that.

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Old 05-02-2020, 07:45 AM   #71
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Is this a great forum or what? 70 posts on toast!
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This is nothing. Ask about tires.
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This is nothing. Ask about tires.

Speaking of tires, helpful hints columnist in newspaper suggested tenderizing steak by putting it in a zip lock and slowly driving over it.
Problem is, I had a Jeep Cherokee Chief with huge knobby tires. Had to pick gravel out of the steak before cooking it.
Next morning, there was heavy equipment outside our cabin, digging up the septic field.
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Speaking of tires, helpful hints columnist in newspaper suggested tenderizing steak by putting it in a zip lock and slowly driving over it.
Problem is, I had a Jeep Cherokee Chief with huge knobby tires. Had to pick gravel out of the steak before cooking it.
Next morning, there was heavy equipment outside our cabin, digging up the septic field.
Good humorous post!
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