Cadac Safari Chef.

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  1. jumar

    jumar Funster

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    Hi, is the Roasting Pan for the Cadac Safari Chef worth buying.?
     
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    Personal choice. Depends what you want to cook on the cadac.
     
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    Well I bought it, still in it's box after a year, so I guess that's a no then. Use the pizza stone though
     
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    We use the Pizza stone too - in the AGA but not on the Cadac
    Makes great pizza
    We use the pasta / stir fry bowl, turned upside down to create an oven - works very well
     
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    Have you checked your axle weights, those Agas are on the heavy side.
     
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  6. Dave and Ginny

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    For roasting I found putting the griddle on and then a trivet or the bbq grill creates a gap and gives better temperature control. Top that with a hole in the lid and a temp gauge of ebay!

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