I love to cook; I also love to camp out and relax ... So, to answer your questions:
-- I have a propane stove built in and I carry a small wood/charcoal BBQ ... it is heavy and is great for cooking on as well as a small fire pit when you just want to sit back and have an evening night cap by the fire.
-- I usually cook simple meals or warm prepared meals while out, but on occasion, I enjoy a good stew, especially when the weather is cooler. I am not an expert or even great cook with a DO, but some of my best stews came from a buried DO while out for a morning hunt and returning to a hot stew .. pull the DO dust it off add a few coals to the bottom, add a few dumplings on top of the stew, put the lid on, add a few coals to the top, wait 8-10 min and enjoy a hot stew with brown-top dumplings.
-- Due to the limited space, I usually go simple and everything is cast iron except the griddle and the sauce pans ... Skillets: a 10", 6", and an oval one for burro-warming, Griddle: a 12" home-made griddle .. great for normal griddle stuff (pancakes, warming tortillas, french toast, etc.), Sauce Pans: a couple of S/S sauce pans, DO: a cast iron (charcoal) 10" DO for those occasional stews, biscuits, or a cure for the sweet tooth.
-- I like my morning coffee and listening to the pot perking in the morning reminds me of the times I camped out with my Dad.
I enjoy reading your posts and look forward to them ...
slowcowboy wrote:whats the camp stove or tool of choice?
do you take propane skillet or you can't boil coffee on a grill or do you do camp stove and do you use white gas or propane.
do you pack lots of pots and pans or do you just do it simple.
how do you do your camp cooking.