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I drove down to Tucson to spend the weekend with my wife. Along the way I stopped at a Flea Market in Globe. This was the first thing to catch my eye as I walked in the gate. I paid $5.00 for it. I am practicing keeping the temp at a constant 375 degrees. By regulating the air flow to the stove, it's pretty easy.

It's just the right size for a pie tin, or two loafs of bread. My All Nighter wood stove wasn't meant to be a cook stove, but the large flat area gets plenty hot. I have cooked eggs and bacon in a frying pan, and pancakes on a griddle all at the same time.
 

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We have one of those Coleman collapsible ovens we sometimes use on top of the woodstove. Has to be really cold outside (below zero) before we can run the stove hot enough to get the oven up to 350 and maintain that temperature long enough to cook anything.
 
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