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Until my last outing, I did most of my cooking on a gas "turkey fryer" stand. It was a comfortable height and allowed for easy cooking in my cast iron pans. Im quite the fan of cast iron! I purchased a double burner gas thingy from Home Depot just before our last outing, and I really like that. Same principal and setup as the turker fryer, but with two burners.
 

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I normally cook over the campfire or the gas grill,my wife doesn't really care for all those smells in the trailer,especially when I fix bacon early in the morning. I agree with Greywuff I won't part with my cast iron.
 

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I've camped in tents, trailers, pad and sleeping bag to open sky, cabins, just about every which way. I have no favorite method for cooking so I have used liquid fueled stoves, backpacking stoves, BBQs, open wood fire, Charcoal, toaster ovens, propane ovens, smokers, dutch ovens, deep fryers, microwaves, and even restaurants or diners that do the cooking for me. It's all been successful for a good meal when out camping.
 

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backpacking i use an esbit, or alcohol stove to boil a cup of water.

Car camping, I usually just roast hot dogs over the fire.

Fancy camping (almost never) I use a coleman stove.
 
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