The Tb marine arrived and along with Pubski's trays it got christened for lunch. A chicko roll, a corn jack, some crinkle cut chips and battered squid made a for a marvellous lunch. Shit, it draws some juice though, a near constant 10A draw. 2 hours of run time consumed 18Ah.
Yeah for many years we've been using a tin oven tray from Colesworth it fits perfectly in the Buddy.
Most trips we go on I'll whack a piece of pork neck in an oven bag add some stock/BBQ sauce/maybe a rub, put her on 100d and cook while on route to camp 6hrs or so is good. First nights dinner sorted..Pulled Pork...mmmmmmmmmmmmm.
Highly recommend oven bags for slow cooking meat.
No one has mentioned the units that Supercheap occasionally have in stock.
Brilliant little oven with switchable top & bottom elements.
Way better that the Jaycar style units and a hell of cheaper than the travel buddy things.
Can cook things as per an oven, not just for heating pies.
SC don't seem to have any currently but here's a review- https://www.exploroz.com/forum/105202/better-12v-camping-stove
Rather than start a new thread, thought I'd mention there's another option
to the loyal travel buddy now on the market.
They don't mention too many details, but it appears to be a copy of the TB
I have no connection in any way to this product, just sharing.
For that price difference, so would I (well, I have- love my Travel Buddy). If the price drops or more come into the market, they will definitely make inroads into TB's sales however. Is it Chinese made? Best thing Travel Buddy could do now is get there advertising up. Many folks won't know of their existence, so if they see the Chinese version first...
If it is Chinese made, we can help TB by promoting them to fellow travellers. Should you wish, of course.