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For easy maintenance cast iron, the Le Creuset signature skillet can’t be beat. In terms of price, it’s sinful.
Green Pan skillets are highly rated, we’ve used them for years when we don’t want to deal with cast iron. As a travel skillet, this looks better than most.I saw these recently at REI:
GreenPan Clip Series Ceramic Nonstick Frypan with Removable Handle - 10 in. | REI Co-opThanks to its clever detachable handle, the GreenPan Clip Series 10 in. ceramic nonstick fry pan limits stovetop crowding and handles dangling over the stove edge—and it's oven safe and easy to store.www.rei.com
They also have an 8" and I assume they'd stack really nicely. If they also had a nesting 2L pot, that might be an interesting set.
EDIT: They do have a 2-pot set that is compatible with the handles, but likely not nesting all together. https://www.rei.com/product/214274/...cepan-set-with-removable-handle-17-and-33-qts
I have an old 'Skyline' aluminum 3 qt. pressure cooker (made by Prestige?) bought from REI in the early 70's. Went on many high altitude mountaineering trips; worth its weight. Works on an MSR X-GK, Pocket Rocket w/ support legs. Can still find some on e-bay. Getting harder to find parts.What I really need is a good pressure cooker for camping,
These are great stoves for backpacking.Works on an MSR X-GK, Pocket Rocket w/ support legs.
GSI mace two lightweight anodized aluminum pressure cookers that work very well. I have used them in a couple of my videos and am very happy with them. Not sure you can run them on ‘harsh’ heat source but most will scorch if the fire is too hot for too long. Perhaps a flame tamer would help if the burner is too hot.What I really need is a good pressure cooker for camping, not a repurposed household unit. It also needs to be lightweight overall but, scorch resistant on the bottom for harsh heat sources. The stainless India models are the closest I have found to meet this goal.
The good EU versions I have at home simply aren't good for traveling by car or foot.
Not sure your view of anodized aluminum but the Banks Fry~Bake pans can be scrubbed out with sand and are easy to clean .Filled out your survey, and I'd pay $110 Cdn for the right cookware.
If we are in the vehicle and food is so important for us, why not bring a cast iron frying pan and Dutch oven. Heck when we plan 3 to 7 day backcountry hikes we spend more time on menu planning than anything by far. The only items in kit that I've purchased purposed designed covers for is my cast iron.
How about a light weight frying pan better designed to fit a camp stove that I can still use sand to scrub? Something that will get well seasoned.
We have bought and returned a gsi Guide cast pan after it warped being heated on an msr whisperlite stove on a cool morning.
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I also got a metal spatula like this but used a grinder to round the edges to fit the skillets:
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Oh crap, I just found out what an ADV rider is.
Not proven but i associate alzheimer's possibly be connected to aluminum cookware. Heard of fry-bake!Not sure your view of anodized aluminum but the Banks Fry~Bake pans can be scrubbed out with sand and are easy to clean .