Suggestions for cooking in the truck

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  1. hope not dumb twucker

    hope not dumb twucker Light Load Member

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    Happy thanksgiving, since tomorrow is Black Friday I thought I’d try to get a deal on some cooking appliances. What would you all recommend. Thanks.
     
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    hope not dumb twucker Light Load Member

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    Sorry should have said for cooking in the truck
     
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    D.Tibbitt Road Train Member

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    Probably a crock pot is a good start.. I like to use mine for making hot water to wash my face with
     
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    ducnut Heavy Load Member

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    From a couple who constantly cook, they have a crock pot, Ninja, and Weber grille that runs on camp stove propane cylinders. She preps and cooks, while they’re driving down the road.

    I actually have all three of the exact same things at home, but, have never taken them or cooked on the road. My schedule doesn’t really allow for the use of it.
     
  10. Rideandrepair

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    They have a combo micro wave/ air fryer at Walmart. Kinda expensive, but a space saver. I’ve been thinking about a mini propane grill. They’re cheap, and an occasional steak wound be nice.
     
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    If you can find this one, it’s what you want. The cook surface is much nicer than dealing with a wire grate, where your food falls through it. I’ve had four of them, over the years. Usually, the gas burner rusts away, before anything else fails in them. I have one I’m using and a new one in the box, at the ready. 1DDAA12E-1BFE-4811-8D9F-822CC9C9FBAB.jpeg 5EE5FBD3-57F7-4125-9DC1-9825E23C75C3.jpeg
     
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