trying to find a sandwich maker or similiar

Discussion in 'Cooking in your Motorhome' started by Ian Paul, Sep 23, 2018.

  1. two

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    Use EHU for heating/cooking, not your batteries.
    If not on EHU, use gas unless you don't care about battery life.
     
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    Sure can, had some lovely cheese toasties out of our 20 year old skillet today!(y)
     
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    After reading this thread i bought a Diablo from Amazon (the link in this thread). It's chuffing great !!!

    It almost hasn't been put away since it arrived, just the perfect thing to create a lunch time snack for some fussy children that are bored with "all other foods".

    Will be ordering one for the van as well.

    This forum still costs me a small fortune though:whistle:
     
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    Another Ridge Monkey user here. (if I may resurrect an old thread!)

    So easy for me to use in the van when the missus isn't with me. I'm not too clever with those whatsit thingies with the hot round bits on top.
     
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    I suspect high running costs though.
     
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    It's over 50 years now!(y) I think she would probably say it's me that has the high running costs.:rolleyes:
     
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    We have a diablo, used once and I want rid, if anybody is going to Chester food and drink and want's to hunt me down it's yours for a small donation to a good cause.

    Martin
     
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    So. Can anyone help. I would like a simple method of making cheese on toast without having to use the gas grill in the van. Have a panini grill, far too big to use but works with lid propped open. Any suggestions? Thanks
     
  9. Aubs

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    Ridgemonkey sandwich toaster, not just for making sandwiches though.
     

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