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Old 08-09-2014, 06:41 PM   #21
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We use the Primus Amazon.com : Primus Toaster : Camping Toaster : Sports & Outdoors. Works great. Put it directly on the burner—low heat, add a slice of bread, wait about 30 seconds, flip the bread, wait another 30 seconds, enjoy perfect toast.
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Old 08-09-2014, 07:00 PM   #22
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I just throw my bread on the hot cast iron skillet and flip, soaks up some of the bacon grease also, better than lard!!
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Old 08-09-2014, 07:36 PM   #23
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I have one and all I've ever been able to do with it is make croutons. Takes forever and just dries the bread. I must be doing something wrong.
You have to be doing something wrong,with the camp a toaster,it only takes 30 seconds and is perfect unless the flame is very low,it might dry out the bread before toasting,or to high and it will burn fast.But in my experience the whole slice gets toasted evenly ,were the other ones never get the whole slice toasted. The main thing is that there is toast no matter how you do it.

And I agree bacon and eggs without toast is. utterly madness
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This is the one I have ( make that had ). I threw it out and grill English muffins on the BBQ instead.
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Old 08-09-2014, 08:39 PM   #25
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We've tried a lot of different campstove toasters, including the one Bruce mentioned. But I think the best camping toaster we've found is our Weber Q barbeque. Once the morning coffee is ready, I am outside making toast. It's become our camping ritual.
While I do have an electric toaster for use inside when it's raining, I also use the Weber Q to make toast. Thought I was the only one. Actually, I've used the Q to make cornbread and to bake brownies.
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We use the Primus Amazon.com : Primus Toaster : Camping Toaster : Sports & Outdoors. Works great. Put it directly on the burner—low heat, add a slice of bread, wait about 30 seconds, flip the bread, wait another 30 seconds, enjoy perfect toast.
Thanks for the tip! That one looks like it'll work.
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Old 08-10-2014, 06:56 AM   #27
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A skillet works fine with a little butter in it. I always have a skillet with me.
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Old 08-10-2014, 07:53 AM   #28
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A skillet works fine with a little butter in it. I always have a skillet with me.
I've always done it this way when camping. We cut a hole in the bread and "fry the egg in the hole." we call them "camp eggs." Eggs and toast at the same time - yum!
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What do you do with the hole from the bread?
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What do you do with the hole from the bread?
The whole from the bread also gets toasted and I usually add this on top of the egg. A family favorite for 50 years of camping.
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