Our stove has been going through gas fairly quickly, but the last 25 lb canister ran out in just 10 days . . . and I wasn’t cooking for most of them, due to work! We figured something must be wrong and stopped using the stove while we figured it out.
Since the gas ran out in the middle of making chicken soup, we borrowed the grill from Irving’s dad and finished the soup up on there. Since then, we have been cooking on the grill for bigger meals, including breakfast and dinner today. I haven’t done a lot of cooking over a fire in some time, but it is kind of fun.
For breakfast, we had beans (cooked in the crock pot) with onions, sausage and eggs. It was delightful! Even the boys decided they liked beans this way!
For dinner, we enjoyed some grilled chorizos with soba noodles and a salad. Yum! Everything has a lovely smoky flavor to it, which adds a lot to the meal.
Irving and his brother took apart the stove today and cleaned it all out and replaced the hose and attachment. So our stove is working again, but we’ll keep cooking on an open fire for a while, because it’s a lot of fun.