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Krusty Kamper
Anyone like cooking in these can cooker or a cream can like my father did if so what are some good recipes I usually do Cajun one with potatoes corn on the cob smoked sausage shrimp onion and so on looking for some different recipes
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Duck
Wife and I were looking at one at BassPro on Monday. We are wondering how they work. Are they like a steamer or a slow cooker. Do you like it?

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Krusty Kamper
NYGfan wrote:
Wife and I were looking at one at BassPro on Monday. We are wondering how they work. Are they like a steamer or a slow cooker. Do you like it?
steamer I like mine but I bought it 2nd hand so I don't have the book my dad used a cream can with a hole in the lid he made some good stuff in it but that was a long time ago and I can't remember what he did but you feed a lot of people with one
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anlrolfe
I thought they were an extra large vacuum bottle. Not make for cooking per se but once food is heated to temp(in another pot) the food is transfered into the vacuum bottle to keep hot for the duration and thus finishing the cook time without the need of a cooking appliance. From the standpoint of cooking efficiency this can save much fuel. I don't think you are supposed to directly cook/heat inside the vacuum canister. I think you'd melt out the bottom or irreversibly damage the cylinder.
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anlrolfe
Looks like I misunderstood it's purpose.

I thought it's function was like these:
http://www.homeanddecor.com.sg/articles/84802-review-3-thermal-cookers-thermos-endo-and-tiger


I slow, thermal vacuum cook chili in one of these:
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Ozark-Trail-64oz-Double-Wall-Stainless-Steel-Water-Bottle/131683847
Andy - If you did what you think that I wanted you to do, you weren't listening.
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campinut
We love our Junior model, however I cut down the amount of butter that the recipes call for...campinut...

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ke4ljh
I have two sizes, I like them both. They are essentially for one pot meals like gumbo's, stews and such.

However, I have used the larger pot to boil Fresh Ear Corn in mass quantities for when the usual and customary pot is not large enough.

These pots are also a form of Low Psi Pressure Cooker. That is why they have a gasket to seal the lid. The vent hole is there to moderate the pressure at low pressure, roughly 2-3 Psi.

A Cast Iron Pot with well fitting lid is also a low Psi pressure cooker!

Got a crew to feed?

As one of the side dishes, cook Cajun style red beans and rice in one to compliment the main dish.

Stephen - Florida
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Duck
Just checked out the can cooker web site. ke4jih is correct steamer/ low pressure cooker. Plenty of recipes on their site. Looks like I'll be getting the Small model,most times it's just me and the wife.sometimesthe kids come camping with us but not enough to warrant the big one.

Joe
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Stovie and Damn proud of it


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ke4ljh
Joe,

You are correct in your selection of the smaller CanCooker. I bought the larger one first as that was the one I needed at the time. I later went back and bought the smaller CanCooker with the Non-Stick inner cooking surface. That's the one that get's used most often.

Almost forgot, they also have a stand that hold a whole chicken and a can of beer inside the chicken for beer can moist chicken. If your not familiar, look this up on utube. Beer Can Chicken.

Get that accessory you will like it. That may be just for the larger cooker, so check.

Stephen - Florida
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campinut
Got mine @ True Value for $20 (on clearance) it came with a draw string bag, also...campinut...

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Krusty Kamper
NYGfan wrote:
Just checked out the can cooker web site. ke4jih is correct steamer/ low pressure cooker. Plenty of recipes on their site. Looks like I'll be getting the Small model,most times it's just me and the wife.sometimesthe kids come camping with us but not enough to warrant the big one.
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