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wildhorsehans
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The new guy from Chester NH. 
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wildhorsehans
Coleman deluxe camp kitchen, my 413F and my 426B. Made trout, steamed string beans and roasted brussel sprouts. Came out great!!

Cooked it all in Stanley camp cookware. 
The new guy from Chester NH. 
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wildhorsehans
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The new guy from Chester NH. 
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The new guy from Chester NH. 
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wildhorsehans
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The new guy from Chester NH. 
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dbhost
Nice. Even have Shiner!
Love my old school Coleman liquid fuel gear. Looking for tips and tricks to make the most of it.

-Dave
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BSAGuy
What time's dinner?  I'll be right over.
- Courtenay
Be Prepared
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wildhorsehans
dbhost wrote:
Nice. Even have Shiner!

Gotta have Shiner!!!!
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wildhorsehans
It was loads of fun cooking that meal. The Coleman oven roasted the sprouts perfectly, using the steamer on top of the Stanley base camp pot worked great and the Stanley frying pans cooked the trout without sticking at all right out of the box. I was very impressed with the camp kitchen as well. Only took a couple of minutes to set up and take down. Big enough to be useful and small enough to store away. 
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AussiePete
Man! What a nice setup.  Beats the tar out of mine when we go camping.  The fish looks awesome.  I’m just gunna have to arrive just before dinner, early enough to enjoy a beer or 2.
Cheers
Pete
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1hpycmpr
Nice kitchen, Hans!  I never thought to roast some veggies in the oven.  I need to upgrade my camping menu, thanks for the ideas.
Mark
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wildhorsehans
1hpycmpr wrote:
Nice kitchen, Hans!  I never thought to roast some veggies in the oven.  I need to upgrade my camping menu, thanks for the ideas.


Mark, I'm just getting to know the oven. The thermometer in the door is way off but I can easily compensate for it. Like all Coleman stuff the oven works great. Have fun trying new things in the oven. 
The new guy from Chester NH. 
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1hpycmpr


Mark, I'm just getting to know the oven. The thermometer in the door is way off but I can easily compensate for it. Like all Coleman stuff the oven works great. Have fun trying new things in the oven. 
Yes, most of the thermometers are quite a bit off!  After several trials and errors, I took the advice of others and bought an oven thermometer.  I’ve only used it once so far but I had better results.
Mark
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dbhost
1hpycmpr wrote:
Yes, most of the thermometers are quite a bit off!  After several trials and errors, I took the advice of others and bought an oven thermometer.  I’ve only used it once so far but I had better results.


Totally agree on the thermometer on the door issue. That thermometer is more or less useless. I use a BBQ / oven type remote thermometer, the kind where the temp probe is on a lead that comes out through the door. Works great.
Love my old school Coleman liquid fuel gear. Looking for tips and tricks to make the most of it.

-Dave
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LakeGeorge
Nice setup! Like that they have a sink in them now. Does it have a drain?
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BSAGuy
That's a nice set-up and looks like some tasty food.
- Courtenay
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florida grown
Sweet kitchen! But I'm more curious about is that a mil. surplus tent? Or is it just a cover over pvc piping?
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wildhorsehans
No drain in the sink. It's really just a basin I guess you call it. 

That isn't a military tent, just a storage tent that I keep my bulldozer in. Thing is about 15 years old now and the cover is about finished. It is a steel tube frame so I can buy a new cover for it. 
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Scouterjan
Nice set up
 I have had the same unit for 2 years and APITA with the no drain in the sink. I.got a drain for a bar sink and cut a hole in the sink. Doubled up.the gasket and cut most of the waste pipe off then.installed it in the sink. I.used a short piece of hose from.a swimming.pool pump that drains into a large kitty litter container
Jan


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wildhorsehans
I might give that a try Jan
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atomicbee
 Very Nice Kitchen set up with all that yummy food and man that's a huge tent! Once I add that Coleman oven my outdoor setup will be complete. I use this sink setup in my garage when working on cars or lanterns and take it  camping since it can be taken apart and has wheels. I got tired of going to the woods or camp bathrooms so I added this item last year(electric water pump) just as high as the house T-bowl. Good to know I need a thermometer when I get that coleman oven.  Click image for larger version - Name: My 2nd Home when I need to get away from the wife and mother in law!.jpg, Views: 292, Size: 116.26 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 5 gallon portable sink.jpg, Views: 289, Size: 93.94 KB Click image for larger version - Name: no more late night potty runs in the dark.jpg, Views: 288, Size: 69.08 KB
Bally Bill Coleman

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dbhost
Very nice setup. Bigger than mine by a chunk. I am not certain I regret buying smaller one... In a bit of weirdness I have multiple. Let me explain...

I have both a Coleman Packaway Camp Kitchen, the little folding one that packs up like a long briefcase. This is what i use primarily. HOWEVER, for say a week long stay using the truck, I also have a Cabelas Deluxe Camp Kitchen. The thing weighs a ton, but is easy to set up, has gobs of workspace, and could probably stand up to an atomic blast.

Image of the Coleman. Not much for storage, but does give me prep space, a place for the stove, and a lantern post. I add additional shower curtain hanger hooks and store things both sides on the bar.
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The Cabelas kitchen is a real beast. 2 stove shelves, 2 lantern hangers, 2 hanging pantries, a washbasin sink with a drain to a gray tank (you provide the tank).  It must weigh 100lbs, and it takes up a LOT of space when packed. It's probably 4 feet wide in its bag.  So I ONLY use it when staying for a long period. I seriously considered leaving it on the deer lease but I wasn't wanting the UV damage to it... If it weren't for the transport and weight issues, I MASSIVELY prefer this one to my Coleman. I bought the Coleman as a solution to this thing as it was just too unweildy...
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So when we go camping, say for a week at a time, here's the gear list for the kitchen. This assumes something like a state park campground, or other campground where there is a water supply / connection. And mind you, I didn't get fat because I hate good food, so it might be obvious my wife and I are kid of foodies... We usually when we camp for a week at a time, go with some extended family, and typically pack enough extra serviceware for one more couple, or spare kids kind of thing...

  1. Cabelas Deluxe Camp Kitchen as pictured above. The drain valve for the sink had to be replaced because the original wouldn't shut off. The spout / valve part from a flexible 5 gallon water carrier fit fine. Jammed a braided vinyl hose on that for the gray drain, and of course, a 5 gallon water carrier as a gray tank. (I carry 3 with me).
  2. Coleman 424, and 425F coleman fuel stoves, both have propane converters but are only backups, Primary fuel is CF, backup is RUG with lots of generator cleaning, and propane is a distant last choice.  Each stove is packed with the tank somewhat obviously, a filter funnel, a long nose BBQ / Utility lighter, and the propane converter.
  3. Coleman folding camp oven, with toaster oven baking stone and welding blanket mods to even out the heat. BBQ probe thermometer to verify temp.
  4. No name toaster oven bakeware. 9x9 cake pan, small cookie sheet, and a 6 muffin tin. 
  5. Outdoor Gourmet 12" Deep cast iron dutch oven in a camp chef carry bag. I keep my kitchen smalls. Wire wisk, silverware, can / bottle opener,  Silicone mopping brush, measruing cups, and spoons inside the DO for travel.
  6. Ozark Trail 5qt (10") cast iron dutch oven. This is ONLY used for large gatherings where we are baking a lot of making a lot of things that would, well otherwise go in the oven or slow cooker and need the capacity. This was an instance of I couldn't resist the temptation to buy one to try it out...
  7. Beach towels, rolled and holding Outdoor Gourmet Dutch Oven Lid lifter, Ikea Grunka 4pc stainless steel kitchen utensil set, 18" stainless steel tongs, and 2 Coghlans pie irons. 
  8. Stansport 24pc enameled steel dinnerware set. (4 places). 4 plates, 4 bowls, 4 mugs, 4 spoons, 4 knives, and 4 forks. The silverware is stowed in the DO mentioned above, the rest is in a Goodwill purchased nylon string backpack. Works great for organizing. 
  9. 6 30 oz stainless steel tumblers. 1 per person, and 2 for prep. Such as brewing tea to make iced tea for everyone... 
  10. Coleman plaid tablecloth, and tablecloth clips. I keep these together in a gallon ziplock type storage bag. 
  11. Texsport 6pc stainless steel family cook kit. Actually Ozark Trail, but it is DEFINATELY a rebranded Texsport, The only difference is the name silk screened on the carry bag. The stock pot, and sauce pans are fine, the skillet is miserable and only usable in its lid configuration.
  12. Ozark Trail 12" cast iron skillet, smoothed by me, and heavily used to get a nice season on it...
  13. Brand unknown, silicone trivets, handle covers, and hot pads. 
  14. Outdoor Gourmet 10.5" cast iron skillet. Didn't need smoothing....
  15. Outdoor Gourmet (literally relabelled Lodge) double sided griddle. Makes fantastic pancakes, eggs, sausage etc... breakfasts. Great way to get grill marks on a steak or burger during burn bans too!
  16. Coleman Extreme 50qt rolling cooler. I have done the expanding foam mod to the lid as these lids are completely uninsulated from the factory. Not the prettiest cooler ever, but this thing holds ice as well as my brother in laws Yeti. I paid $29.99 for the cooler. $2.97 each for 2 cans of Great Stuff from Walmart, and $2.97 for a pack of 2 part epoxy to seal up the holes. So for less than $40.00, and me being somewhere bear proof doesn't matter. I am FAR more concerned about being gator proof, I can't complain.
  17. Camco inline water pressure regulator, inline water filter, and 25' potable water hose in another Goodwill buy nylon bag. This provides clean water to the campsite from the post when water quality is questionable. I know more than most will do, but it makes me comfortable...
  18. Reliance 5 gallon flexible water carriers as gray water tanks. Once close to full we simply carry them to the bath house, or other approved drain and dump the water. 
  19. 1 of my Coleman 285 lanterns to see by. I can use my Tac Light Lanterns, but those things put off such a glare that I don't like using them.
  20. Dishwashing supplies. Rags, nylon brush, scraper for cast iron, the green scrubby sponge thing, drying towels, and a small biodegradeable dish soap.
Love my old school Coleman liquid fuel gear. Looking for tips and tricks to make the most of it.

-Dave
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atomicbee
Wow that is a awesome camping set up and I admire your attention to all the detailed items! I agree the larger kitchens are a beast to lug around and only used on extended camping trips.I never heard of a propane converter for the 425 stove , where did you purchase that item?
Bally Bill Coleman

Life is too short,smile while you still have teeth!
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dbhost
atomicbee wrote:
Wow that is a awesome camping set up and I admire your attention to all the detailed items! I agree the larger kitchens are a beast to lug around and only used on extended camping trips.I never heard of a propane converter for the 425 stove , where did you purchase that item?


Mine came with it, a Century. My 424 has a Mr. Heater converter from Cabelas.
Love my old school Coleman liquid fuel gear. Looking for tips and tricks to make the most of it.

-Dave
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