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  • 03 Oct 2017 16:38
    Reply # 5292797 on 5291435
    Annie Hill wrote:
    Neil Tanner wrote:

    I don't know if this link has been mentioned or if will be of any use.  It's been helpful for me since I use kerosene for cooking and heating on Sea Elf.  https://classiccampstoves.com/


    Yup, I discovered it some time ago when investigating pressure alcohol stoves.  All sorts of interesting stuff.  It's amazing how many people appear to collect them rather than simply to use them!!
    The folks in the group were really helpful when I had issues with my heater.  In fact one of the fellows in the UK sent me misc. stuff no charge to get the heater running properly again. 

    I guess if it exists, someone's gonna collect it, some just like to look at the stuff on their shelves...others like to use 'em.  Actually, there is a section in CCS where the guys will show meals they're cooking with the their refurbished stoves......my mouth drools looking at some of the meals!


  • 02 Oct 2017 21:45
    Reply # 5291435 on 5290759
    Neil Tanner wrote:

    I don't know if this link has been mentioned or if will be of any use.  It's been helpful for me since I use kerosene for cooking and heating on Sea Elf.  https://classiccampstoves.com/


    Yup, I discovered it some time ago when investigating pressure alcohol stoves.  All sorts of interesting stuff.  It's amazing how many people appear to collect them rather than simply to use them!!
  • 02 Oct 2017 15:24
    Reply # 5290759 on 1195343

    I don't know if this link has been mentioned or if will be of any use.  It's been helpful for me since I use kerosene for cooking and heating on Sea Elf.  https://classiccampstoves.com/

  • 02 Oct 2017 04:14
    Reply # 5290295 on 5290024
    Arne Kverneland wrote:

    Annie wrote on her blog:

     

    «... but why, oh why, does no-one produce a good, fast, well-made alcohol cooker for heaven's sake?...»

    To get a 2kW burner I would seriously consider cannibalising a two-burner unit. Then I would rebuild it so that both burners came close enough to each other to heat the same casserole or pan.

    I rest my case, m'lud.  I don't want to build one, I want to buy one!!
  • 02 Oct 2017 02:30
    Reply # 5290179 on 5290024
    Arne Kverneland wrote:


    PS: A single-burner 2kW Origo 1500, plus a single-burner Hpv-salsa seem to me to be a good combination for a serious cook.

    After all, my boil-test showed that the Origo cooked 1/2 litre in 4:39min while the Optimus 111 did it in 3:45min after preheating. David reported on 20.9 that his Maxie burner took 5m 48s  to boil the same amount. 


    Arne, I'm not sure you're comparing apples to apples.  When I did a head to head with the Maxie and the Origo using the same pot/fuel/water volume/temperature, the Maxie is more efficient in fuel use and also faster.  However, the Origo is not so far behind, it still is a very useful stove.


  • 01 Oct 2017 23:05
    Reply # 5290024 on 1195343
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Annie wrote on her blog:

     

    «... but why, oh why, does no-one produce a good, fast, well-made alcohol cooker for heaven's sake?...»

    To me it seems that the German alcohol stoves (google Spiritus Kocher) are good. Those guys have been making them for almost hundred years, and improved them until today. The Hpv stoves with 1000W burners looks good to me, and they are relatively cheap. To get a 2kW burner I would seriously consider cannibalising a two-burner unit. Then I would rebuild it so that both burners came close enough to each other to heat the same casserole or pan.

    Simple (..on paper)!

    Cheers,
    Arne

    PS: A single-burner 2kW Origo 1500, plus a single-burner Hpv-salsa seem to me to be a good combination for a serious cook.

    After all, my boil-test showed that the Origo cooked 1/2 litre in 4:39min while the Optimus 111 did it in 3:45min after preheating. David reported on 20.9 that his Maxie burner took 5m 48s  to boil the same amount. 

    What is left to check now, is how fast the Origo cooks 500ml when turned down to an all-blue flame.



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  • 01 Oct 2017 18:33
    Reply # 5289736 on 5289167
    Annie Hill wrote:Riddle of the Sands fans take notice: there are not one, but two Rippingilles cookers for sail on E-Bay.  I'm seriously wondering if I should buy one and solve my problem of what cooker to fit!

    “At the Stores I asked for a No. 3 Rippingille stove, and was confronted with a formidable and hideous piece of ironmongery, which burned petroleum in two capacious tanks, horribly prophetic of a smell of warm oil. I paid for this miserably, convinced of its grim efficiency, but speculating as to the domestic conditions which caused it to be sent for as an afterthought by telegram.”

    Excerpt from Erskine Childers: “The Riddle of the Sands.”

  • 30 Sep 2017 22:36
    Reply # 5289167 on 1195343
    Riddle of the Sands fans take notice: there are not one, but two Rippingilles cookers for sail on E-Bay.  I'm seriously wondering if I should buy one and solve my problem of what cooker to fit!
    Last modified: 30 Sep 2017 22:37 | Annie
  • 30 Sep 2017 15:04
    Reply # 5288645 on 1195343

    Konstantin Stanislavski the Russian theatre dare I say 'guru' called it Sense Memory.  Those actors who have been trained in 'the method' and derive their skillset from the  teachings of the Actors Studio, Harold Clurman and Stella Adler use these triggers to regenerate a truthful feeling. As do some who don't! Using music of a relevent kind is a   useful technique.

    File under 'useless info', David. 

  • 29 Sep 2017 13:46
    Reply # 5287342 on 5283040
    Zane Krajancic wrote:

     As a young lad our extended family all went camping to the beach every Xmas holidays in a huge tent. No electricity, so lighting and cooking was all Kerosene.  Those were the days.  It's funny how smells can be positive or negative based on your memories and emotions.

    It really is amazing, connection.  It's sometimes called the Proust phenomenon.  If you want to really geek out on it (like I do), there's this well done article

    But it's probably more enjoyable for most people to just live the memory.

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