I use 2 burner coleman stove and thermos grill 2 go.
These Jetboils are looks super cool. I'm using Atwood stainless steel drop-in 2-burner. Very nice little stove. As the instructions stated, you have to slightly squeeze the burner grates in place so they have a nice snug fit to reduce rattling in a moving vehicle. I haven't cooked anything yet but I lit it and can adjust the flame with minute precision so I am happy.I absolutely love cooking over the campfire, but I recently picked up one of these Jetboils.
What methods do you use?
Sounds delicious, Babstreefern!I'm in a caravan, which is connected up to electricity. Depending on what I'm fancying for a meal, I either use my cooker and can do a roast, or grill virtually anything. I also have a slow cooker, which I can do a stew, which can take all day to do, so can go visiting places. I also have an electric griddle which again, I can cook various meats, eg, lamb or pork chops, steaks, etc, etc, and I also have a microwave, great for doing baked potatoes or pre-made meals which just need warming up
Same here.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.