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My BlackSpruceGear.ca Environmental Firebox819 views
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Corned Beef Hash and Eggs736 viewsNot a bad way to start a cold winter day.
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My BlackSpruceGear.ca Environmental Firebox720 views
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Dinner for 16677 viewsI wasn't responsible for this culinary choice!
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Cookin Walleye653 views
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Final Product649 viewsbread after 40minutes baking in the Trangia setup
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Oven Baked Biscuits624 viewsReflector oven use in a hot tent setup. Good eating is just one of the benefits of a winter camp
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Bannock Baking610 views
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Walleye at Chute Henault, LaVerendrye608 views
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Placing bannock in reflector oven575 views
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solo lunch575 viewsKielbassa and 1/2 pack of lipton noodles, coffee, ummmm good
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My BlackSpruceGear.ca Environmental Firebox564 views
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Billy Can Tin Pot556 views
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Pasta Duty513 viewsRichard on cooking duty - making the pasta. This was during a trip on the Upper Spanish River.
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Bread Dough before cooking on Trangia508 viewsDough after it has been punched down and kneaded.
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My BlackSpruceGear.ca Environmental Firebox492 views
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Pancakes479 viewsMy friend Karl enjoy some of the creature comforts as well as pancakes. Cooks everything in a wok. Campsite on Kipawa River, Aug 2005
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kraft dinner magic477 viewshey its -30C

nothing like a simple meal (here its KD) to fill the guts and warm the soul
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My BlackSpruceGear.ca environmental firebox - disassembled477 views
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471 viewsMaybe an MSR ad?, if the label wasn't upside down!
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My BlackSpruceGear.ca Environmental Firebox460 views
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desert429 viewswarm pear halves topped with whipped cream, choco truffles and drizzled with warm rum

a hearty winter desert!
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Trangia Bread Baking Set Up395 views
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Bread cooked on a Trangia341 viewsPart way through the cooking process
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Bread Cooked on Trangia292 viewsFinished result with butter
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Bread cooked on Trangia292 views
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DIY ULTRALIGHT FOLDING REFLECTOR OVEN 4102 viewsI got the idea for this folding reflector oven from a Youtube video. It is capable of baking a bannock for two to accompany a meal. It weighs only a few ounces, and I have used it fairly heavily over a total of about 2 months of tripping.
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DIY ULTRALIGHT FOLDING REFLECTOR OVEN 6101 viewsOblique view of assembled reflector oven.
Total cost <$5, total weight < 5oz, total time to construct <30 mins.
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DIY ULTRALIGHT FOLDING REFLECTOR OVEN 3100 viewsThe reflector oven is made from a Dollar Store oven drip pan with holes strategically placed in it for the ACCO Fasteners and skewers. The skewer holes have been lined with small brass grommets.
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DIY ULTRALIGHT FOLDING REFLECTOR OVEN 596 viewsSide view of assembled reflector oven. I use rocks or firewood to prop up the rear of it, to level the baking tray. Depending on the fire, it takes about 15 minutes to cook a bannock the size of a baby's head.
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