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Post by Campievanner on Sat Jan 26, 2013 6:17 pm

We cook in ours all the time. I must admit we don't have a BBQ - don't have one at home either.
Not frying anything at all, ever in the van.
We use a lot of ready cook meals as you can throw the tinfoil container away.
We have had many 3 course meals in ours and we only possess 2 pans for the van - if it needs more you gave to shuffle things around a bit.
Cooking in the Stratford is a little harder as it is a combined oven/grill whereas our Duetto had both. But we adapt and have a Remoska (bought when we were due away on our holidays and we had the regulator issue in the Duetto it having failed at York at the ASOC rally)
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Post by deckie on Sat Jan 26, 2013 8:55 pm

I'm amazed that I have only just read these post's scratch head scratch head (must be an age thing !!)

If anybody is interested, we have been very happily, using this Electric Frying-pan / Steamer, at home and in our Van, since last September allthumbz

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Post by Oddsnends on Thu Feb 07, 2013 8:04 pm

This is a one pot knockup wonder that we found easy to do in the tent with the kids: Two tins of mince in gravy one tin new potatoes one tin peas one tin carrots as every thing tinned is already cooked so it only needs heating through.
Funny thing is at home one of the kids did not like carrots and the other peas but they would shovel this lot down no problem, apparently its was different when we cook it at home. scratch head
Sad but it on the list as a store cupboard standby in the camper now.
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Post by Dutto on Thu Feb 07, 2013 8:26 pm

Oddsnends wrote:This is a one pot knockup wonder that we found easy to do in the tent with the kids: Two tins of mince in gravy one tin new potatoes one tin peas one tin carrots as every thing tinned is already cooked so it only needs heating through.
Funny thing is at home one of the kids did not like carrots and the other peas but they would shovel this lot down no problem, apparently its was different when we cook it at home. scratch head
Sad but it on the list as a store cupboard standby in the camper now.

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Got my vote! up!

Throw in a frozen Yorkshire pudding and "Paradise" springs to mind! allthumbz

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Compact cooking

Post by COMA on Thu Feb 07, 2013 11:01 pm

Some years ago I spotted a small George Foreman Low Fat electric grill in Sainsburys that is ideal for only two people and does not blow the site electrics. It was on special offer because the range was being discontinued but a couple of days ago I noticed that it is back on the shelves and research on the George Foreman Grill site reveals that it is back on sale at £19.99. 2xsteak hash - 6 Giant prawns from the Hypermarket fish counter - a couple of thick pork chops - kebabs....the list is endless, we get value from the electric hook-up and the cleaning is easy. I really shouldn't write this late at night....I think it will have to be a toasted bacon sandwich followed by indigestion.
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