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    Today I used my outdoor cook station and my trusty Ducane grill that I bought a few years back. This backyard cooking is a lot of work!! lol
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    Ive done a lot of backyard cooking and fires this summer..... anyone else?


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    We have. Been enjoying the secret garden & patio bar. Need to get an extra grill for out there. It will save running back & forth to the deck.
    Maybe go with a charcoal one.
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    Yesterday in fact, we took out our Cast iron skillet to cook steaks with. Couldn't help myself, also cooked two eggs. Forgotten how much I love it, how the eggs didn't stick. How good everything tastes. Just don't cook beans on it, found that they do a good job of destroying the seasoning.


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    I forgot about this thread.
    I bought a 5 piece set form my girl for Christmas and a large fry pan too.
    She always wanted one but I get her a set.

    Corm bread comes out great.
    Eggs don't stick
    short ribs sear nicely and then toss in oven to cook through
    chicken n dumplins
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    huge pancakes

    I have to stop, I am getting hungry
    She has learned to cook a few different dishes
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    I love using CI but it's kinda heavy for my wife and she avoids them, lol


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    Jerry,

    ...yep -- they are not ideal for backpacking...

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    Great Thread!
    I bought a Lodge combo pan set for camping years ago and never looked back. It ended up in the kitchen at home and I use it for everything. My dad later gave me a few other pieces that he had used for camping since the 1960s. I use them indoors, outdoors and on the campfire. Love cooking eggs, bacon, potatoes, hamburger, bread, tortillas and searing steaks in the winter when its too cold to grill.
    My wife is fine with them as long as she doesn't have to lift them.
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