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Old 11-15-2022, 01:14 PM   #1
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Question "Best" Outdoor Propane Combo Oven-Stovetop

Any opinions on the "best" outdoor propane oven-stovetop? Subjectivity is welcome. Quick search at Amazon brought up several with price range of $200 and up.

Hardly believe it myself. All these years/decades camping and only now do we find out these things exist. Saw one our last trip and DW REALLY likes the concept of small oven and 2-burner stovetop, but she wasn't much in favor of the one we saw (probably mostly because of the uggerly-uggerly dark yellow-brown-mustard color)(and the fact that it was pretty well beat up from obvious years of use).
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We have a Coleman oven/cooktop. It's OK, but not so good if there's much of a breeze. It will bake cakes, muffins, pizza etc fairly well, but the temperature is hard to control. The 2 top burners are nice to have when it's hot and we can cook outside. I only paid $100.00 for it, and it takes up a bit of room. Nice to have along though.
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I have been using the camp chief c-oven for about 7 years now. I like it alot. I have a flat griddle that covers both top burners that I use the most for breakfast(needs to be level for best results). The oven has no thermostat so there is a learning curve to it. I also use it as a keep warm oven if cooking for a group.

The best thing is you can do everything outside so the inside of the trailer stays cooler and doesn't smell like food all the time. I like to make cornbread, muffins & brownies in the oven. Nothing like fresh, warm brownies and ice-cream.

After 7yrs the oven looks and works as new. It is a quality unit for sure. I highly recommend it.

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And now we also have propane pizza ovens. Life is good.
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We have a Coleman oven/cooktop. It's OK, but not so good if there's much of a breeze. It will bake cakes, muffins, pizza etc fairly well, but the temperature is hard to control. The 2 top burners are nice to have when it's hot and we can cook outside. I only paid $100.00 for it, and it takes up a bit of room. Nice to have along though.
We have this one.......

https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/c...-0762789p.html

Works ok, but like you mentioned, little hard to control temp when it's blowing.
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Old 11-27-2022, 12:37 AM   #6
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We have this one.......

https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/c...-0762789p.html

Works ok, but like you mentioned, little hard to control temp when it's blowing.
That's like ours.
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