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Anyone try a cream can cooker on their stove?

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by BrianK, Sep 9, 2012.

  1. BrianK

    BrianK Guest

    I just stumbled on two brands of "cream can cookers":
    http://cancooker.com/
    http://www.ogallalacreamcansupper.com/

    They look like a great concept, and there are a lot of cream can meal recipes online.

    Has anyone tried one of these can cookers on their wood stove?

    I asked the Cancooker website about their product and wood stoves, here is their response:
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  2. Jclout

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    I just recently looked into the can cookers from cancookers.com and I think it would work. Search online for the best price as you will definately get variation from one seller to the next. Amazon.com is a good place to look. I'd love to try it but it would cost anywhere from $85 on up and money is tight rite now. I hope to cook with a dutch oven and an oven roaster converted into a stove top oven. I saw these plans in "The Country Journal Woodburner's Cookbook" by Janet Bachard Chadwick. Also lots of recipies for the dutch oven and roaster. John
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  3. ScotO

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    That would work perfectly on my modified trivet top. I may have to look into one of those. If for nothing else, I bet putting some cubed venison, potatoes, celery and carrots in that can for a couple hours would make a stew to-die-for......
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  4. BrianK

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    Hmmm... I'd like to hear more about that.
  5. Jclout

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    Check out that book, the writer has done a great job of breaking everything down into a science pretty much.
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    looks neat, have to see about getting one.
  7. Jclout

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    Hey I just saw an ad for a can cooker for $69.98 on Nextag if anyone is looking for one.

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