LOL GSI is a bit rich for my camping/overland gear!! LOL
We are on the same page though. Will have to give some serious look at the GSI. A lot of my camping tableware and cookware come from Army/Navy surplus stores, yard sales, camping outlet stores and friends/family getting rid of stuff.
Never understood the need/desire to take glass on camping trips. Then again, considering Bliss sells rigs with a "price tag just under $400,000USD"...
We use a combo of metal and melamine, stores easily in just about anything. Rattling and such can be eliminated with as little as a paper...
We lucked out with our pie irons. We were given 4 cast iron ones that were made by the local foundry back in the '70s. The even have our town name and troop number cast into them. Found the Waffle Dog iron at a local auction, got it for $1!!!
Something to keep in mind... try to get vintage, cast iron ones. These are the ones I grew up with and used in Scouts (1970s - 1980s). We bought some of the more modern ones and they suck compared to those.
For fun... hunt down a vintage Waffle Dog iron!
Have you tried researching the recipe and see if you could find one that looks familiar or is similar to what you rememer?
If you find one that's like it, please share, the wife and I enjoy exotic food!
I will have to hunt down some Monkey Gald sauce!
It's not the same genera, but if you like hot sauces have you ever tried 'Mama Africa's Zulu Sauce'?
Haven't found any Marmite in my area, but Vegemite is available. It's rather expensive here; a small, sample type jar will cost $8 - $10.