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Discussion in 'Kit Chatter' started by decorum, May 13, 2013.
Ha ha thanks goatboy, the bacon grill is dirty but oh so good!
mine from today
A bit of OP threadcromancy ...
:yikes: almost three years! :yikes:
was just thinking about this thread last week, couldn't remember what it was called though
...a long time!
That's a great looking cooking set there Adam.
My Billy and log rocket stove.
Very cool - what bit/auger do you use to make the holes?
Eagle on the heat over winter
Eagle on a MSR XGK
Eagle on a German military stove
Split wood, binded with wire:
Quiet brew in the rain.
nice day in the woods with the Kirtley
The storm kettle threatening the bacon, the Zebra in kettle mode, Kelly keeping my girls in hot chocolate and the Hart resting after keeping the troops watered.
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Thank's, I used a 1" scotch eyed auger.
Gotta love those Tesco kettle's, cheap, lightweight and pour really nicely.
Great, I'll give it a go, I've got a long 25mm gatepost bit somewhere - I had assumed a wider hole was needed.
Ikea stove test run.
Nothing fancey, the kettle with the green handle was an ebay special and has been perfect for me.
First brew made with my hobo stove, got some strange looks from the neighbours but it needed testing;