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MrAlexxx
No fire's to start so put FireStarter (Linda) to work after dinner Sunday making me an apple/rhubarb  pie. I got a bit of a sweet tooth so pie works for me. Bought pie crust because why not??  We aren't that hardcore.  lol
Baked in the stove top oven on a sweet stove scored for me by Darrell (Banjoman). D you are da man! 

FireStarter doing what has to be done. 

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The 975D STOVE. On the covered deck and we use it all the time. Still planning on making a reasonable facsimile stand. I'll get it done. 

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Flame on. Handles the oven with ease. 

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Oven says bake. Hey is that pie ready yet? What's taking so long???  lol  🙂

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About time. Here we go pie in. Now the hard part. Waiting 40 minutes. 

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40 minutes flies by when you're watching a woman trying to set something up that she bought. I had to yell some instructions from the deck but still good entertainment.  lol

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Okay pie out. Now the harder part. Waiting for it to cool. 5 minutes should be long enough, right??? 🙂

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Light Cool Whip because have to watch my girlish figure. 

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Yum! That was OUTSTANDING! Guess I'll keep FireStarter around for a bit. Would of saved you a piece D but that sweet tooth thing of mine ya know pie don't last long around here.  🙂

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JimL
That pie looks delicious.  And what a true gentleman you are, to yell instructions to her from the deck instead of letting her struggle with the canopy on her own.

-Jim

Flammable liquids, open flame, what could go wrong?
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hikerduane
Doesn't look like moms pie!  But she made strawberry rhubarb pie.
Duane
Duane-All seasons, year round backpacker and camper.  So many stoves and lanterns, who's counting.
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MrAlexxx
JimL wrote:
That pie looks delicious.  And what a true gentleman you are, to yell instructions to her from the deck instead of letting her struggle with the canopy on her own.


Jim...yeah just what was I thinking???  lol
Duane...Yeah doesn't look like my Mom's pie either but I wouldn't tell FireStarter that or else I won't get no pie!  lol   
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Banjoman
Wow Alex. I got rubarb crisp but not on a nice stove like that one u stole from me. I’d pay $9.75 for a piece of Lynda’s



Pie.
Thx for the credit on the stove. 975D(arrell)u’ll never forget where you got that puppy lol

Pie guy too
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Majicwrench
My grandma made rhubarb everything...including pie of course. Dang that looks good.
Keith
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Gasman64
Nice dessert.
Steve
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Lefty
That's cool Alex;  just last week I scored the same oven, NIB but a bit rusty.  It's a Milcor from the 40's.  Mine was sold by the T Eaton Co in Saint John, NB to a Mr. Somebody at 66 Orange St, also here in Saint John.

But I was thinking there should be a steel plate under it when used over an open flame.  Fits on my woodstove nicely though.

Slogan on box says:  "Bakes good things to eat"  Guess you figured that out already.  🙂  Can post a pic later, it's on one of my other PC's.
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I'm 'Lefty' simply 'cause I'm left-handed.
Michelle
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TwoCanoes
Mmmm.  Pie.  Love the thermometer.  The normal temperature scale has way too many choices.
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Barrett
Another nice "fun with stoves" entry thanks to.... Linda 🙂
Keep up the styling Alex.
Andrew

Living and learning in NZ
Hoping to reach cognitive and emotional maturity before my children do.
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BSAGuy
Tasty!
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1hpycmpr

Way to go, Linda!  That looks like a tasty dessert you made and you even provided shelter while being heckled, um, instructed.  You are like super woman!

Oh yea, nice deck Alex.  😁

Mark
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Lefty
Here's mine, (Ignore the toolboxes as they were part of last weeks haul):
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I'm 'Lefty' simply 'cause I'm left-handed.
Michelle
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MrAlexxx
Michelle....Oh wow to having the same oven in the original cardboard box. I would of been all over that. Great score!
You are probably right about having a metal plate underneath the stove while using. I never even thought about that. I do use an aluminum plate inside the bottom of the oven to hold and regulate the heat. Maybe that is sort of the same?  Regardless works pretty slick you'll be happy with that oven.

Alex
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SteveRetherford
sure looks GOOD you better keep that FireStarter HAPPY :-)

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[DrSteve2]    Steve , Keeper of the Light !!!
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salukispeed
Sweeeeeet!
Bob
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Scouterjan
Not much is better than rhubarb pie. Firestarter is deffinately earning her keep. I need to make a stand for my stove as well. Glad you guys came for a visit 
Jan 


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