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    Whos given their Travel Buddy a run.....

    1st attempt for us tonight

    Pork with carrots and sweet potatoes.....







    2 1/2 hrs at 175 ish degree

    A couple of learnings

    - max temp for roasts
    - cut veggies a little smaller
    - allow extra time.....not a quick as the fan forced oven in the kitchen at home.
    - get cracking on making oven trays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weeds View Post

    2 1/2 hrs at 175 ish degree

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    Just checked the battery....12.53v, pretty happy with that after 2 1/2 hrs

    This was a bench test in the garage......so no fridge or lights drawing power.

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    Nice! I've only tried sausage rolls, pies and chicken nuggets for my sons. The only down side is cooking whilst driving. Food came out pretty beaten up.

    Trays might help. I had more success when the vehicle was parked.

    I've only used max temp each time. I kept an eye on the batteries whilst the car was stationery but with the waeco fridge/freezer working hard in 33+ degree heat plus with the 120w solar panel connected, I had no real change in the battery voltage.
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    Nachos tonight

    Straight out of the oven


    Topping added

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    I think we need a travel buddy recipe page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rar110 View Post
    I think we need a travel buddy recipe page.
    Yep. Defs
    Cheers, Rod


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    Weeds, no salsa or refried beans ?
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    I've done a few roast mainly using ovens bags and my trays i make.
    Have also done baked potatoes wrapped in foil worked out perfect 2 at the door were a little hard so some rotation would be needed. Have done pizza. Butterflied chicken gozlemes, enchiladas etc.

    Have been thinking about doing a banana bread in it think it would work out fine and usually a good way to use them up

    When we do big trips we use them alot with precooked foil tray meals for our lunches let's you have a somewhat healthier lunch than just pies, sasauge rolls etc.

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    The real test is if they can produce Chocolate Mug Cake and Sticky Date Pudding. My microwave at home and my camp oven both manage that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loanrangie View Post
    Weeds, no salsa or refried beans ?
    Well....the salsa was on the bench and I forgot to ad it

    Re-fried beans, as Im the only one in the family who likes them, if I dont dont do the shopping thanks they dont get brought.

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