cooking on hob top

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  1. pstockhi

    pstockhi Read Only Funster

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    Does anyone know

    A few years ago we went to a motorshow where there was a stall selling pots that you could cook a full roast on your hob top any ideas do they work where do you get them from

    Many thanks Peter :Eeek:
     
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    I presume that you are refering to a Double Skillet, they are on sale at almost every outdoor leisure show.:Smile: I am not sure if you can purchase them on line, perhaps a google search may bring something up.:Wink: We wouldn't be without ours.:thumb:
     
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    You probably saw the Double Skillet, two saucepans that lock together and can become an oven, we have used ours for most things from warming croissants to roasting potatoes. You will need the diffuser, this spreads the heat so you don't get hot spots. Can't remember if it came with it or not. You will see the girls selling this bit of kit at nearly every motorhome show:Smile:
     
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    I agree. They are brilliant. Very pelased we bought the large one not the small one.

    You can't order on-line but you can order over the phone. See review on UK Campsite for link to the suppliers.

    Graham
     
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    Would not be with out ours they do everything the lady demonstrating says they will, we have no cooker so use it for everything from a Lamb joint to cheese toasties, also use them with the diffuser to heat pies make toast also beautiful jacket potatoes.
    Agree with GJH it is worth getting the larger size very little different in the cost so well worth it, (the diffuser comes separately) but well worth getting. Carol.
     
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    we wouldn't leave home without our prestige steamer (£40 John Lewis) - have used the bit where you put the water as an electric frying pan too successfully - we also have something called a 'Party Grill' wheyhay!! from calor gaz which we use as an alternative sometimes to a small BBQ bucket - bought the PGrill:Doh: in France last year as OH ran out of LPG bottle gas and we couldn't find anywhere that sold the right stuff.
     
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    You Can always try here;
    http://www.doubleskillet.com/

    Don
     
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