[Sca-cooks] so ... what do YOU eat.
Olwen the Odd
olwentheodd at hotmail.com
Mon Aug 13 09:23:40 PDT 2007
>it was a hassle getting the gas grill into the pickup, but
>it worked like a dream being used as either grill or
>warmer. the side burner worked great for hot water.
>ready for next year
Gee Cailte, why don't you just get a portable butaine to carry along? Here
is a link to one online but the price is outrageous, we pick them up all the
time for about $20 with the canisters at about a buck apiece.
stovetophttp://www.chefdepot.net/butanestove.htm Most oriental stores seem
to carry these. These things are great, easy to carry, store and use.
Since I live in a warehouse and have no real kitchen, these are what I use
instead of a regular stovetop. I have 4. They come in a nice little hard
plastic carry box. Some have better regulators than others. Joycook is the
best but I think they have maybe gone out of business. The LA Mart is
selling one now for around $17 I think that seems to have a good regulator
Find a local pizza place, movie theater, and more
.then map the best route!
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