Outdoorkitchen with the scout cooker. So i cook as often as possible and circumstances allow it. Not everywhere in Europe it is allowed.
On the other hand, i find fine wild herbs almost everywhere and our menu can be fantastically enhanced with high-quality herbs.
Here are just blacken leaves in alpine cheese, home-baked wholemeal rolls with cheese.
In the top under, the lentils dish stews with various wild herbs of the season.
Dann Malzeit :-)
Included with the equipment to cook freely is a steel pan i use on the Petromax, as well as a grill grid to place directly over the fire.
Here i can bake bread patties, cook coffee with the enamel cups or just have a barbecue on the grill
With Petromax's small hobo cooker we are independent and mobile on hiking tours or for a quick meal, tea or coffee.
No gas cartridges, gas or spirit that needs to be bought in stores.
With only a small amount of wood that we can find almost anywhere, the cooker can be cooked in just a few minutes.
Less than 600 grams and very small to stow it is the ideal companion for us.
This corresponds to our concept of out-here
We chose the Petromax RF 33 from Petromax.
This allows me to cook very sparingly, i. E. with a minimal amount of dry wood we cook our outdoor meals on the Dutsch stove, a cast iron pot.
Since it is not an open fireplace, it is usually allowed. Even in arid areas, the risk of fire being closed is relatively small due to the closed wood supply.
I was very surprised about the draft of the oven, he hisses quietly and when we use dry wood there are no smoke signals.
The RF 33 has convinced me in every respect so far. Too bad it is only the rusting parts have been installed. I will report and test how this goes with longevity.
Otherwise, it can be cooked well even in difficult weather conditions, even moist wood gasses wonderfully, except that some smoke is created.
I use wood chips soaked in wax to light the fire.