Gary and Cheri wrote:
You've made me think. Why pay for electicity and use propane?
If you can put a tank on it we have probably used it. The Coleman Crock Pot tends to burn everything in the middle of the bottom. We created a flame spreader and attached to the burner after taking an hour to scrub the carbonized roast out of the pot. They have a new model out that is a combination crock/skillet/griddle which looks like they may have learned their lesson, but it is pretty expensive. The propane skillet, on the other hand, is a joy to cook with. I have used it to do everything from pan sear steaks, salmon and tuna, to making jambalaya, meat sauce for spaghetti to eggs, pancakes and sausage. Piece of cake to clean as well.slowcowboy wrote:any one ever used one of the propane fired crock pots. or ever used one of the propane fired skillets?
Conestoga wrote:So all who've posted this thread recently (except Arne) boil water and do eggs using propane even when you've paid for a site with electric hookup?
Oldragbaggers wrote:Has anyone used the Coleman Fold-N-Go or the All-in-One stove?
bc toys wrote:I like that little grill did it set you back a lot of $$$ think we would like one
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