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RE: Cooking

in Anything that's not Eriba-related. Sun Jul 10, 2022 2:45 pm
by Julie Grafo | 3.467 Posts

The “Rem” doesn’t quite get hot enough. We part pre cook the base to avoid it being soggy. Our youngest has an Ooni, that is a piece of kit, pizza cooked in one and a half minutes 🍕😋


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RE: Cooking

in Anything that's not Eriba-related. Sun Jul 10, 2022 2:47 pm
by Williebraveheart | 351 Posts

I take a Cadac. If it can't be cooked on that it is not worth eating! Failing that a piece of plastic works fine in local eateries.


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RE: Cooking

in Anything that's not Eriba-related. Mon Jul 11, 2022 6:42 am
by Islay Corbel (deleted)
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Don't worry, - pizza talk is deffo on the list! It's not the same as a proper pizza but it's not bad and I get real pizza "need" while we're away!

We have a cadac but hate it. You spend more time cleaning the pesky thing than cooking or eating. It's getting sold.


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RE: Cooking

in Anything that's not Eriba-related. Mon Jul 11, 2022 8:34 am
by Simboc2004 | 659 Posts

Just back from a week away, with three more weeks away coming up shortly :-)) Food and drink are top of my list.

Assuming the usual KFS,etc., we currently carry:
Tassimo coffee machine (the smallest they do) - great because it does hot choc, tea and boiling water (with an adaptor) as well as coffee - and you can get the pods all over Europe (at home we only have Lavazza, but that's very hard to find in France),
Aerolatte milk whisk (camping version in a travel tube), because my wife and I both love a latte...
electric toaster (tried a camping toaster on the gas ring, but it's just not as good),
single portable gas hob (two when going en famille) to reduce increasing the temperature in the caravan...
pasta server, salad spinner, silicone tongs,
proper crêpes pan plus deep frying pan
one deep IKEA saucepan with steamer, deep fry and pasta draining inserts
one small IKEA saucepan
lightweight egg cups (surprisingly hard to find)
a bag of klippits
measuring jug and spoons
small, portable Weber bbq ( the oblong one, so easy to pack and clips up tight for less mess)
Microplane
diamond knife sharpener

Going to change/add before next trip:
single induction hob (adding under caravan socket) -Tefal because it works on 6amp supply and also has a milk setting for morning coffee!
lid for large frying pan (ideally domed glass like on our le Creuset's at home

Think that's it...
Simon


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RE: Cooking

in Anything that's not Eriba-related. Mon Jul 11, 2022 8:36 am
by Simboc2004 | 659 Posts

and, last but certainly not least,
proper wine glasses stored in cut down cardboard tubes!


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RE: Cooking

in Anything that's not Eriba-related. Mon Jul 11, 2022 5:15 pm
by Islay Corbel (deleted)
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Thank you all but my question was about food preparation tools.


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