200A and 202 reproduction
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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. 
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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.
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BSAGuy
What time's dinner?  I'll be right over.
- Courtenay
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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
Toowoomba Queensland Australia
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Coleman Slant Saver #51
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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. 
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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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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.
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