One-burner propane stove?

rnArmy

Adventurer
rnArmy, I see that your oven has an adjustable rack. Would it help to place the rack higher?
Maybe. I just stuck the shelf in the middle so I'd have maneuver room above it. It might not have burned as bad if I had it in the upper slots.

I swear it had probably been decades since I last used this Coleman oven thing, so I was reacquainting myself with it with the blueberry muffins.
 

another_mike

Adventurer
I'm curious if anyone's ever adapter a propane burner, something like this View attachment 513869

Insane BTUs (30,000?) and low profile. I'm not planning on frying a turkey but this would certainly cover all my wok needs.

Here it is on amazons https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B071749XB4/ref=ox_sc_act_title_3?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&psc=1
Ive had something like that in the past for hurricane usage. I know you need high heat for a wok, but I found that unless I was cooking 3 gallons of anything, Its useless. I was never able to get it down low enough to cook small portions.

I went to this burner for emergency use with a large propane tank: http://stores.hurricaneproducts.net/63-5111-economy-one-burner-stove/
But I find this burner still too cumbersome for travel usage where youll want it packed away.
 

john61ct

Adventurer
Yes, there are many burner designs that will not adjust low enough to simmer properly, a basic fault with many "camping stoves".

As long as that function works well, sure go as high as you like, but then inside a small living space, there is a useful limit.

And fire is of course always a big risk
 
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