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[*] posted on 4-28-2017 at 10:09 AM

When I competed frequently in the chili circuit, I always used three of the single burner Chinese propane stoves. They use the soda-can sized propane bottles, and burn very hot. I still use one of them for making bananas foster table-side.

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$295? Looks like the Coleman he gave away. I found a clean 2-burner Coleman at the thrift store a couple months ago - $12.00. If I need a third burner, I always have a backpacking stove. You can get them for $8.00 from China. I have two - they work great.


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