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Camping Discussions

BRush00BRush00 Posts: 354
edited August 2012 in EggHead Forum
Hey all - I'm headed out camping this weekend, and should be a blast, I just wanted to pick a few brains before I left, or got too much prep going...

I'm in charge of at least a couple dinners while we're out there.  No egg coming with us, as I couldn't find a small or mini anywhere around me, I did pick up a small charcoal metal grill (see below) for use camping... so at least I'll be cooking over fire still ;)

Campsite's going to be around 8 hours away from my place, actually farther, as we'll be stopping at a few wineries along the way, and taking our time with it.  I was *thinking* about doing a small pork shoulder for 1 dinner of pulled pork.  I'm curious however - with the equipment I have at my disposal - how best to re-heat?  Is this something I should attempt, or.... skip it, and do a butt at home when we're not traveling 8+ hours?

I'm rather amused by this - couldn't find a small egg to bring with me, so I went and found this instead.... it'll be better than propane anyways... 

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Any tips for cooking in one of these small metal kettle style grills?  Only charcoal experience is in my egg..
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Comments

  • BRush00BRush00 Posts: 354
    Oh - and ignore the sub-par paint job.... my painters tape apparently is cheap and bleeds alot..

    Bonus virtual cookies to all Chivers on here...
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  • KristinnnKristinnn Posts: 133
    i would reheat with a cast iron pot and some apple juice or in a baggie u can boil in the pot
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