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Old 05-22-2011   #21
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Originally Posted by cataraftgirl View Post
So true. We use them on the stovetop a lot, especially the 10 inch without legs.
We LOVE dutch oven cooking on the river. Have something from a DO most every night, plus breakfast casseroles and cinnamon rolls...... YUM -O.
awesome pic. Wish we had a greater river:rafter ratio which would make joining you for this yummy feast possible ...!!

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Old 05-22-2011   #22
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We use Weber charcoal firestarter cubes. Found them a Jax and now at Home Depot. They work much better than newspaper.

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Old 05-23-2011   #23
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umm...sorry ! I've never used a charcoal starter.

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Old 05-23-2011   #24
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I recently switched to an OveGlove for a lid lifter.
Thanks to whoever it was on here that recommended it. Maybe Osprey?
I still use tongs for moving coals although, maybe the glove would work.

Originally Posted by cataraftgirl View Post
Anodized aluminum is the way I roll. Cook great, light weight, and the anodized cleans up easy.
Osprey..... I've always wanted to try an Ove Glove. Sounds like they work. I carry tongs, welding gloves, and channel locks for a lid lifter.
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Old 05-23-2011   #25
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Go by your local fire department and find out if they have any "Out Of Service" firefighter gloves. While your there ask them if they have any old "Out of Service" wildland fire shelters "the small ones". Then take the fire shelter home, cut the ends of and you have a REAL GOOD fire blanket and the goverment likes it too because its their old equipment. If its good enough to put a firefighter in during a wildland fire, it will be just fine to protect the "dirt".


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