200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Encee
You can never go wrong with camp cooking and my stove has been serving me well out in the field. I have another weekend trip planned next week and will hopefully have a couple of new to me lanterns by then.

As much as I like cooking at camp, the Coleman stoves have such great power when they are functioning well, they give a perfect crust on any steak I throw on there. This stove has been getting used at home as well as in the field. I try to use it when I get the chance and its so hot today at the house ,what better time to do some outdoor cooking.

Tonight was a prime boneless ribeye seasoned with salt and pepper. I used to cook my ribeyes medium rare, but now days I do a medium which really renders the fat well and makes them good on every bite! 99C6137D-ECB5-4B51-B95A-228C03492BC5.jpeg
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Gasman64
Mmmm, that looks great! I hope you threw some foil-wrapped potatoes in the fire embers, if you had a fire. Nothing like a good baked potato to go with a steak.
However, I would settle for just the steak! [drool]
Steve
ICCC #1012
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monkeyboy
the 413 is a fabulous steak cooking machine. it takes some serious BTU’s to get a good crust on a steak ,the 413 
has what it takes.
i sure wish i could find a few of those silicone handle caddies.

buzz
buzz the universe in a drop of water Coleman 275 Appreciation Syndicate Member #0066
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Encee

monkeyboy wrote:
the 413 is a fabulous steak cooking machine. it takes some serious BTU’s to get a good crust on a steak ,the 413 
has what it takes.
i sure wish i could find a few of those silicone handle caddies.

buzz


Absolutely one of it’s best uses. I’m amazed by the crust that I get! It encourages me to cook more steaks. I really enjoy the flavor and texture so much that the 413 has been getting regular use here at home. On a recent camping trip I cooked a couple for my friends & they were very impressed. 


I think you can find those silicone holders for fairly cheap on the net. Mine are lodge brand but you don’t necessarily need that brand. I think there are some you can find for under 5$. They work well and the 413 won't burn them, but gets hot enough after I cook that I still use a rag as a pot holder just to be safe. 

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weto
monkeyboy wrote:
the 413 is a fabulous steak cooking machine. it takes some serious BTU’s to get a good crust on a steak ,the 413 
has what it takes.
i sure wish i could find a few of those silicone handle caddies.

buzz


I"m not a fan of the silicone holders Wife bought a pair because they look nicer than the burned cloth ones i had, but as mentioned above, once you get some good heat in the pan, they transfer the heat to your hand just fine (read: OUCH) and also if you get some bacon grease inside, they become slick as snot and you can't hardly keep a good grip on the pan with them.  just my 2 cents.
-Erik
ICCC #1284
Milspec Ops #0076
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monkeyboy
i would say don’t leave the silicone caddy on the skillet handle while cooking, kinda like not leaving the key on the valve of a 123 or 8R.

buzz
buzz the universe in a drop of water Coleman 275 Appreciation Syndicate Member #0066
Mudzoory
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yarddog59
What MB said. I remove my clothe ones also. I lay them across the end of the handle to remind me to slide it back on.
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