Re: GSI ?
- I usually just lurk but thought maybe I can contribute on this
subject. I have to GSI ovens, a 10 & a 12. If its warm and not
windy they cook about the same as cast iron. I learned while elk
hunting a couple of years ago that if its cold you really have to
increase the number of briquets with aluminum. I cooked a chicken
dish from one of Cee Dubs cookbooks in both a 12" Lodge and a 12"
GSI. Even with 2 extra briquets on top and bottom of the aluminum
oven the chicken took much longer to cook. The temperature was in
the low to mid 20's with a fairly light wind (not particularly cold
by elk hunting standards). Cee Dub and Chuckwagon Supply both sell
GSI ovens. Here's the address for GSI http://www.gsioutdoors.com/ .
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> Does anyone have a web site for this MGF.?
> I would like to check out these pots.