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Topic: 'Road & Travel' Coffee sSoves (22 lines)
1) From: Chris Smith
    Here's about what my road stove looks like.  It's certainly not tippy and
cooks exactly like a big burner kitchen gas stove.  I got mine from a Big 5
chain sporting goods store, with a newspaper coupon, for $15 -- looks very
slightly different and came in a molded plastic "suitcase".  I've seen them sell
for $100, but the prices have really come down in the last several years.  Had a
waiter wheel up to my table, at a ritzy restaurant, with one of these stoves and
make a big show of cooking and serving me piping hot shrimp Scampi.  That's
where I got a jones for these.  LOL.  This last winter, I pan roasted in the
garage with this stove during low sub-zero temps, when it was too cold, even for
the popper in the box trick to work.  I highly recommend one of these for 'Road
& Travel' coffee water heating.  Be on the lookout for one.
    Check it out.
           http://www.gdcdistribution.com/home_power_propane_stoves.htm    - chris smith
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