What are your Go To cook kits?

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JesterJosev
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Re: What are your Go To cook kits?

Post by JesterJosev » Sun Oct 21, 2012 7:28 pm

Each persons definition of "cook kit" is different lol. Theres nothing wrong with cookin down the road in a really nicely kitted out car. :DB:

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zelph
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Re: What are your Go To cook kits?

Post by zelph » Mon Oct 22, 2012 8:41 pm

JesterJosev wrote:Each persons definition of "cook kit" is different lol. Theres nothing wrong with cookin down the road in a really nicely kitted out car. :DB:
Did you notice the model of that car. I was described as a 4 door saloon. a saloon in western movies was a place to have a shot of whiskey and a few beers to chase it down. After a few of those there were plenty of ladies to spend the evening with singing songs around the player piano :mrgreen:

Good old "boiler makers" is what we called the shot and a beer. Steamjam calls it something else :mrgreen:
http://www.woodgaz-stove.com/

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Re: What are your Go To cook kits?

Post by steamjam » Mon Oct 22, 2012 9:22 pm

zelph wrote:
JesterJosev wrote:Each persons definition of "cook kit" is different lol. Theres nothing wrong with cookin down the road in a really nicely kitted out car. :DB:
Did you notice the model of that car. I was described as a 4 door saloon. a saloon in western movies was a place to have a shot of whiskey and a few beers to chase it down. After a few of those there were plenty of ladies to spend the evening with singing songs around the player piano :mrgreen:

Good old "boiler makers" is what we called the shot and a beer. Steamjam calls it something else :mrgreen:
A shot and a beer? haha You guessed it! We call that a "High Ball" drink. I had one just now. Ebay is dangerous when you have a high ball or two in you. I just ordered a cold war era Russian white gas/gasoline camp stove. I guess Ill do a comparison test in the future with my Coleman 533 and Optimus 8r..... Got to hand to the ruskies. They make good, simple stuff thats tough as nails, and lasts decades.

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Re: What are your Go To cook kits?

Post by steamjam » Mon Oct 22, 2012 9:30 pm

And of course. We have trunks, fenders, and sedans.. They have boots, wings and saloons while they drive on parkways and we park on driveways.

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Re: What are your Go To cook kits?

Post by zelph » Mon Oct 22, 2012 9:43 pm

steamjam wrote:And of course. We have trunks, fenders, and sedans.. They have boots, wings and saloons while they drive on parkways and we park on driveways.
That's good! I like that :D
http://www.woodgaz-stove.com/

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