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Snow Peak Grill and Firepit

Snow Peak Grill Hi everyone! Thought I'd share my new grill! This thing is nice. I used it last night for the first time and cooked burgers. I used a combination of peach wood and hardwood charcoal. It cooks a little cooler than my Weber but with practice, I'm sure I'll get some hotter fires. It's very stable, even with several cast iron pans on top. The grill surface is adjustable, and no heat radiates downward. Even after the grill had been going for more than an hour, the area under the grill was still cool to the touch. This is NOT a backpacker's grill. It's quite heavy but it's perfect for car or RV camping and backyard use. It makes a very nice stand-alone fire pit as well
propchef 05/15/21 07:47am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Small (non-teardrop) Off-road travel trailer

Look at these. https://www.intechrv.com/models/sol/horizon/ The Sol Horizon Rover comes in at 4k GVWR but has a dedicated bed. The Eclipse Rover comes in at 3500 GVWR and the dining area converts to the bed. Both have wet baths. Neither has outdoor kitchens. I'm on the hunt for a Terra.
propchef 05/01/21 07:37am Travel Trailers
RE: Looking for a new trailer

with the towing/weight restriction consider the K-Z line. Of the lightweights they seem to have better reviews, 2 yr warranty, and the Escape line is 7'6" wide making towing a little easier. Escape Great trailers. They're taking orders now for Spring 2022 delivery (or later).
propchef 04/19/21 06:48am Travel Trailers
RE: Fool Proof Prime Rib

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propchef 03/23/21 07:34am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Fool Proof Prime Rib

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propchef 03/23/21 07:33am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Dutch Oven Sweet Biscuits (Scones)

Propchef, good for you. If that makes you happy go for it. Feel free to post recipes or links to your videos if that is your preference. You seem to be antagonistic toward other videos, styles or preferences on this forum. We're all just RVers with a cooking hobby here. If that bothers you or in any way makes you feel that you are superior or that we are inferior, this might not be the place to hang out. Putting down other videos or styles is not the way to encourage others to take up dutch oven camp cooking. On this forum we respect others. You're projecting. I offered an alternative, you jumped on me. I haven't antagonized anyone, simply offered alternatives. If that offends you, I can't stop that. You seem to think you're the only one who can post here, so I'll leave it to you. Enjoy. As I said, feel free to post your own videos and recipes. No projection, just letting you know we are hobbyists here and your posts have been less than appreciative of other styles and preferences. You're the only one who's been "less than appreciative." Bon appetite.
propchef 03/23/21 07:31am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Dutch Oven Sweet Biscuits (Scones)

Propchef, good for you. If that makes you happy go for it. Feel free to post recipes or links to your videos if that is your preference. You seem to be antagonistic toward other videos, styles or preferences on this forum. We're all just RVers with a cooking hobby here. If that bothers you or in any way makes you feel that you are superior or that we are inferior, this might not be the place to hang out. Putting down other videos or styles is not the way to encourage others to take up dutch oven camp cooking. On this forum we respect others. You're projecting. I offered an alternative, you jumped on me. I haven't antagonized anyone, simply offered alternatives. If that offends you, I can't stop that. You seem to think you're the only one who can post here, so I'll leave it to you. Enjoy.
propchef 03/23/21 07:27am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Fool Proof Prime Rib

Good thing about rare is you can always get it to temp in a pan. And gravy is subjective, especially if your Italian. Not all go by the freanch culinary institute definitions. Oh jeezz, you've opened that (tomato) can of worms. ;) ...
propchef 03/23/21 07:24am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Fool Proof Prime Rib

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propchef 03/23/21 07:18am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Dutch Oven Sweet Biscuits (Scones)

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propchef 03/23/21 07:08am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Dutch Oven Sweet Biscuits (Scones)

This is great if you don't have access to refrigeration, otherwise use milk (or cream) instead of milk powder and water and butter rather than margarine. Generally campers don't backpack a fridge with them. ...
propchef 03/21/21 06:46am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Fool Proof Prime Rib

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propchef 03/21/21 06:32am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Best time to buy new?

It depends on what you're looking for. A Super C or Class A? Short supply. TTs? Tons of them unless you're stuck on one particular TT, and even then a patient buyer can find deals. Be willing to buy from a distance and not relying on RV Trader expands your choices. Know what floor plan you want and have a budget that includes EVERYTHING, including replacing the mattress or upgrading the suspension if that's your plan. "35% off MSRP" is useless if you leave the lot and you still have to spend to get "camp ready"
propchef 03/17/21 03:22pm Beginning RVing
RE: Dutch Oven Sweet Biscuits (Scones)

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propchef 03/16/21 09:02am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Boondocking Etiquette

This *is* the "Beginning RV" section. Maybe a little gentle education rather than ridicule? Unless, of course, you're just doing it to entertain yourself, in which case, carry on. Karma is always watching. Maybe someone should post the Official RV Dictionary in this thread to help out the newbs, myself included. That way I won't embarrass myself.
propchef 03/12/21 01:00pm Beginning RVing
RE: Boondocking Etiquette

Grit Dog, If by pompous and/or self-righteous you mean those that refuse to think of lot-docking and black-topping as boondocking instead of dry camping, then you could well be correct. People have gotten away from the old fashion thinking of "words have meanings" if favor of "any word means what I want it to and if you don't understand it's your fault". Recently someone asked me if there was anyplace to boondock near where we live and I told him there was not. He said he was surprised that there were no Walmart or other. To which I replied that there were plenty of places they could over-night-park for free, but those sure were not boondocks. If someone has a different definition, he is welcome to it but he should have no expectation of his private meaning being universally understood. Matt You understand you're talking about slang, jargon, and lingo, right? The meaning of which is literally words or expressions used in particular situations or professions that are hard for everyday people to immediately understand. If you are demanding that everyone use the literal definition of a word then you're using "boondock" incorrectly, and "boondocking" isn't even a word. Neither is "lot-docking" or "black-topping." Making a noun a gerund does not make it a verb. You knew what they meant, you were being intentionally obtuse.
propchef 03/11/21 04:24pm Beginning RVing
RE: Need Feedback on 2021 Vibe 28RL - Please

Heavy kitchen on a slide is a non-starter for me. $.02
propchef 03/11/21 07:26am Travel Trailers
RE: Exterior/Interior coatings on new travel trailers

You'd probably be better off having a local detailer do ceramic coating on it and pocket the savings. Or, if you're feeling froggy, ceramic coat it yourself and buy a new bbq! This right here.
propchef 03/10/21 07:13am Travel Trailers
RE: CC&R dated 1973 says no RVs, trailers, boats can be stored

My question would be, "If there is no HOA, who is she going to complain to?" And who is going to enforce it? This. I was the president of my HOA and I can tell you that even with an active HOA, enforcing these covenants are difficult. They cannot themselves remove it, the only thing they can do is fine you, which typically goes against the property in the form of a lien. Yes, people may complain but in reality, there's very little they can do, especially since you can show the covenants haven't been enforced. The developers put covenants in place, and depending on the state, the defacto HOA is turned over to the residents at some pre-determined sales level (75% sold, 90% sold, etc). If there is no active HOA board, it may be that at some point the HOA was dissolved or abandoned. How are the common areas maintained? Who pays for that? Is there an HOA assessment? Where does that money go? We will never live in another HOA community. The story about "protecting property values" is complete BS. We had a covenant against "trucks" that was originally written to specifically to ban WORK trucks with logos and equipment, but it was (illegally) expanded to include ALL trucks, even brand new ones (like mine). But it was OK to keep a POS 20 year-old rust bucket of a Buick Regal that was never washed. You should have heard the arguments when I told them that body-on-frame SUVs were classified as trucks and had to go. That was a fun meeting.
propchef 02/22/21 07:20am General RVing Issues
RE: Lance Travel Trailer v. Grand Design Imagine Travel Trailer

Seems Lance is experiencing sagging suspensions in the non-lifted versions of the 1575 and 1475, with some TTs experiencing rubbing when the TT is loaded and with water (not over the published capacities). The problem as I see it with lighter frames is capacity. The capacity of the Lance 1985 is just over 1900 lbs, the carry capacity ORV 22FQS is 3800 lbs. That's where your heavy frame comes in and is a big plus in my book. YMMV
propchef 02/21/21 05:41am Travel Trailers
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