AAAA The first stove cooked breakfast for the Jotul F-50!!

Pallet Pete Posted By Pallet Pete, Feb 19, 2012 at 2:39 PM

  1. Pallet Pete

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    I decided to cook eggs this morning on the new stove and what a treat! They tast like when I was growing up with a gas cook stove not that electric ick taste everything has now.
     

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  2. aussiedog3

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    Mmmmm...... shasty!
     
  3. ScotO

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    Pete my homemade maple syrup and some woodstove French toast would be great with them eggs!!!
     
  4. Pallet Pete

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    Yes I bet they would be Scott ! We also had pure Michigan maple syrup and waffles with the eggs I would have made pancakes on the stove but waffles sounded good lol!
     
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    Electric taste? Is there such a thing?
     
  6. Jags

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    Try putting a pan between your eggs and the electric element. Thats how I do it and I don't get any funny taste.
     
  7. Pallet Pete

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    Haha you guys crack me up! I do taste a difference but then that might just be me reminiscing lol.

    Pete
     
  8. thewoodlands

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    Looks great Pete but the right burner is empty, bacon!


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  9. Highbeam

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    So much of our taste and eating experience is directly from our nose. The smells associated with preparing breakfast have an impact on the flavor and I can assure you, there are different cooking smells made when using gas vs. electric. Especially propane.
     

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