Deep Thought wrote:I'll contribute my chart of how long to leave your frozen sandwich on top of a Cetec 701B to get that nice crispy outer crust.
ChuckG wrote:The non-B version thaws things slightly faster.
Dale H. Cook wrote:ChuckG wrote:The non-B version thaws things slightly faster.
RFWarrior's company makes great transmitters, but they don't cook lunch worth a darn. Ever since we put the VS2.5 in the only way I can get a hot lunch on the mountain is to cook it on top of the generator engine.
RFWarrior wrote:If the VS 2.5 is doing its job, you shouldn't be on the mountain long enough, or often enough, to need to pack a lunch
RFWarrior wrote:If all else fails though, you could always cook it on the manifold of your vehicle
RGORJANCE wrote:OUCH! Open bleeders are evil things lurking in the shadows waiting patiently to strike. Had the crap scared outta me more than once. I do appreciate chicken sticks!
RGORJANCE wrote:And that wasn't caused by the kringle. That product is really "low cal"
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