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what type of stove would a lady cook on?

Postby slowcowboy » Sun Sep 28, 2014 8:31 am

ladys I am building a kampmaster and I am wanting to even though I am single to make it for a couple for a good reason.

My question is what type of stove in a teardrop would a lady like to cook on?

I got a old rv camper stove that is a stove oven combination and it was free but I am thinking its a little heavy. think on cutting weight on a large teardrop.

I have thought about the cook tops gas ones two or tree burners.

whats important to a lady when she goes to cooking if your in a teardrop camper trailer?

would any ladys use a oven if she had one when camping? or is is unessary weight?
whats your cooking style from the ladys point of veiw when camping?

keep in mind some people camp and cook diffrent when they travel and are on the road for a couple of weeks or bettor.

I am building this teardrop for the future marreid road trips besides just the weekend warror stuff.

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Re: what type of stove would a lady cook on?

Postby Kevin A » Sun Sep 28, 2014 9:26 am

Hey slow, here's a thuoght. How about you build the galley area to suit your cooking needs so you can do the cooking for your future lady when you are camping or on the road.
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Re: what type of stove would a lady cook on?

Postby bc toys » Mon Sep 29, 2014 7:29 am

Slow I do all the cooking while camping and cleaning I cook in Dutch Oven and on gas stove and on gas grill.
Wife does all the cooking at home so when we go camping I do it all. To tell you the truth I love cooking while
camping it is relaxing. Some people like hiking some taking pics me its cooking. Slow if you want to see what type
of food to cook for your lady go to my Facebook page BL Camper and look at pics
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what type of stove would a lady cook on?

Postby nevadatear » Mon Sep 29, 2014 8:39 am

Both my husband and i do the cooking while camping. I do the meal planning and he is a great sous chef. We have no need for an oven cause we do the dutch oven thing. Although i love Becca's answer, since I don't have one at home , i can't have one camping. I love my camp chef two burner we got last year. There is picture of it on teamredjeep's thread about the glyphs. I also agree with Kevin. While I do love to cook while camping, it has been my experience that just as many men as women cook at gatherings. Test out a few more of Dean's cast iron specialties and develop your camping chef favorites. That would be much more of a draw for a woman to come your way than putting in a fancy oven and expecting her to do the cooking.
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Postby Dean in Eureka, CA » Mon Sep 29, 2014 9:15 am

My lady would cook on any type of stove that works. :lol:
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Re: what type of stove would a lady cook on?

Postby Backroads4me » Mon Sep 29, 2014 10:08 am

Bob does the evening cooking on an open fire, I do the morning meals or quick stop over meals on my Camp Chef Everest. Neither of us have any use for an oven in the tear.
You might want to consider "ease of cleanup" and organization in your galley design. For me----everything has a storage space, and if possible, multiple uses. Surfaces are wipe-able and easy to sanitize---no cross contamination.

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Re: what type of stove would a lady cook on?

Postby rebapuck » Mon Sep 29, 2014 10:09 am

I don't think Slow's going to expect the lady to do the cooking, unless she wants to. Personally, what I want when cooking is lots of counter space.
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Postby Mary C » Sun Oct 05, 2014 9:42 pm

When my husband and I went camping I was his assisstant, He did all the cooking although I did make coffee. I used a gas fired coleman stove for 40 years. It worked fine. He used a DO as an oven and made many one pot meals.

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Re: what type of stove would a lady cook on?

Postby Shadow Catcher » Mon Oct 06, 2014 6:24 pm

We have a 3 burner SS cook top with cover (usable counter space)
What Nancy like a great deal is having hot water and the sink.
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