"Cooking" & Cooling Device Suggestions?

Discussion in 'Driver Health' started by WV_Daddys_Girl, Jan 28, 2013.

  1. WV_Daddys_Girl

    WV_Daddys_Girl <b>Crusty Ole' Wifey</b>

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    Thank you, Davidlee! Right now I'm doing my research and comparison to see what will work best for his situation and our budget. I will def look into any/all suggestions. Again, thank you!
     
  2. twolane

    twolane Medium Load Member

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    I've cooked...really cooked in the truck for years! Had every kinda cooler, fridge you can imagine and the thing thats workin' for me best now, is that SMALL cooler for leftover Chesters, Arbys, etc. I have a microwave and the lunch-box heater. I do alota Nissin/Ramen meals (nuked) with Chesters, spam, whatever added in. Cup-a-soups are a big deal with a walmart double cheeseburger (landshire). Most of what I use is DRY or CANNED so no need for refrideration. Spice grinders do wonders for CBRD. A can of chili heated in the heater poured on a w/mart burger=reneck "chili-size". The heater is the best thing if ya can't add an inverter and M/W.

    Hope this helps!
     
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  3. Jimmy Hoffa

    Jimmy Hoffa Medium Load Member

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    I agree, I started out at May Trucking, had a 2000 watt inverter so I had a fridge and a microwave. At the pumpkin now and the biggest inverter we can have is 300 watts. No fridge or microwave now. But I got 7 12 volt outlets in my Cascadia. So the cooler and and lunch box heater works pretty good. Do miss my 2000 watt inverter though.
     
  4. Luisa

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    have you tried an electric skillet?
     
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