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Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by Dawn B, Nov 19, 2013.

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Which would you use?

Poll closed Nov 26, 2013.
  1. Remoska

    15.2%
  2. Double skillet

    25.3%
  3. Normal pots & pans

    55.7%
  4. Eat out

    26.6%
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  1. Dawn B

    Dawn B Funster

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    As you can see, we are confused on which cooking method to use, which would you vote for?
     
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  2. philw111

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    I'm confused as well - what are you cooking?
     
  3. MikeandCarolyn

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    I would vote for 'The application of heat to the food' seems to work quite well :Rofl1::Rofl1:

    Mike

    Ah-I missed the Poll bit -sorry .where's Cadac? that's what we use if we aren't using 'normal pots and pans'
     
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  4. Linda and Steph

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    I prefer the Tak-Awa method myself. :Wink:
     
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  5. Dawn B

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    As a method, not a particular recipe.

    Not helpful

    I prefer the Tak-Awa method myself. :Wink:

    I would vote for 'The application of heat to the food' seems to work quite well :Rofl1::Rofl1:

    But funny:Rofl1::Smile::Rofl1:
     
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  6. philw111

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    Having just bought a Cadac last week, that would be my choice as well :Smile:
     
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  7. Dawn B

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    wassa cadac?
     
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    I think it depends what you prefer eating as to which method is best.

    I've bought a double skillet after all the enthusiasm about them from people here, but I've not used it yet.

    In well over 10 years of camping, we've found a decently large lidded pot or two and a large cast-iron skillet straddling two burners suffices for most things. And some imagination.

    Now we've the RMB, I've gone double skillet and a Cadac.

    But we also have this and it's wonderfully brilliant....:thumb:

    http://aquaforno.com/
     
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    We've got a Cadac which is ok for barbie type food but a chore to get out, clean and put away and a Double Skillet with which the food is a bit "samey". Bought a halogen cooker cheap at a C&CC site but it takes too much room. Give me pots and frying pans [STRIKE]any [/STRIKE] most times. :Laughing:
     
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    Remoska for us cooking roast potatoes as we type :Rofl1:
    Oh and cooked the chicken this morning :Smile:
     
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    Cadac for us as well.

    we cook chinese stir fry, lemon chicken and even pizza in ours....along with full english, burgers, bangers etc.
     
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    Where on earth do you find room in a MH for a cadac? Looks like it won't go through the door for starters.
     
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    If you have a oven in the van, then pans are ok, but if you have no oven then a double skillet every time.
     
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    Cadac for us. I like the aquaforno but dont have the payload.

    We dont all have RMB's :Rofl1:

    Looks a great thing to have might get one for the garden.

    Mel
     
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    it folds up much smaller and the top lifts off the legs

    have had a cadac since they first came to the uk from South Africa, known as a brai there
     
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    http://www.cadac.uk.com/products/product.php?pid=262
    This one comes in a bag that fits in our ex gas locker :BigGrin:
    Using an optional extra-the Paella pan-all the time, you can cook most things and it's easy to clean.
    We now leave the griddle plates, BBQ plate and Skotel at home.

    Mike
     
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    That is expensive for a little 'un! One thing to be aware of too with the smaller ones (3.5 and 7L) they take longer to cook stuff and don't usually get as hot due to them having smaller halogen bulbs/wattage, if you can accommodate a full sized (10L or more) then you will find they are much better to cook with.
     
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    Just a double-skillet and milk pan in my motorhutch, so it's those or else eat out :Blush:
     
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