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post #11 of 41 (permalink) Old 24-01-2016, 12:41
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That looks great Peter, what size is that please.

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You need to get on a diet Graham
I just like a bit of space to work with

Of course the other advantage of the CC2 is also that it has legs and stands at waist height...although I have used it on a table top too when I forgot to pack the legs one weekend!

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Might be discontinued now, have a look on the web for

"Campingaz Fargo TwinPack BBQ Grill"

Dimensions (Closed): 22 x 62 x 34 CM
Dimensions (Open): 24 x 112 x 34 CM (H x L x W)

These people may have them:

http://www.tgsindustrial.co.uk/FARGO.htm

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Cadac safari for us.
This week roasted a good joust of pork, used the pot stand to boil prawns and the grill plate for sausages. Not all for the same meal I hasten to add!
Very versatile and packs down small and travels in the back box. Never wash it while we are away just heat up the grill plate and wipe off with kitchen roll. It gets a good going over when I get home
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Get enough bits on it for us,
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Great feed back , thanks everyone

My van has a bullfinch outlet on the side and the carri chef 2 being waistish height and a little larger cooking area is likely to be the one for us

http://www.gasproducts.co.uk/cgi-bin...40#a8910_2d040

Although when we had the beauclare, we did regularly use the paella pan for various rice based dishes and chicken fajitas
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Carry Chef 2, a little on the large size BUT extremely versatile bit of kit.

We have owned one for a number of years now and THE most useful accessory is the "split" pan flat pan one side and griddle on the other.

If you do get one I would have the following two bits of advice.
1. Be sure to "condition" the cooking surfaces EXACTLY how the instructions tell you. It seems a faff but it's worth it.
2. Never ever ever use anything other than plastic or silicone tools, the non stick surface is very good BUT very fragile and is VERY easy to damage with metal implements (personal experience trying to remove a sausage with a metal fork!)

We use ours with our caravan a lot AND in the garden, it enables us to cook most meals, including a roast, with very little bother.

The only downside is that the cooking surfaces are a bit large and cumbersome to clean, but the non stick really is very good !

Wouldn't be without ours.

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Another great endorsement

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Carry Chef 2 is £150 here....

https://partners.outandaboutlive.co....as-bbq-8910-20

That's a good price indeed

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Just as an alternative view............

When I used to go motorbike campimg, I used to carry some little multifuel stoves that run on gas, petrol, diesel or kerosene. I have three of them altogether and rig them on my camp table side by side. I've made some cracking meals, and they fold away to nothing. I just use the normal kitchen pots on them.

When I'm wilding and unable to fill the Gaslow (out in the Hebrides) it means I have an alternative means of cooking that doesn't rely on the main gas system.

I'd like to fit an underslung tank, but my chassis doesn't lend it self to that.

I'm daft and proud of it.
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