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Cooked a burger at Cooper Cabin
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Starting materials
Starting materials
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Fire started
Fire started
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Added some wood
Added some wood
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Uncooked
Uncooked
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Finished
Finished
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Note: Do you have a pic of it on the stove?  Just to verify you did use the rocket stovetop to cook the burger?

 
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  o pic of starting materials before fire
      o pic of fire started
      o pic of additional wood added
      o pic of uncooked food on the rocket cooktop
      o pic of cooked food coming out

So to start, I am not sure how exactly you define a "rocket cooktop". Our dual burner can be turned into a "cooktop" by placing our griddle on top of the chimneys  and cooking strait on that. This is what I did, I understand if it doesn't qualify as a proper "cooktop".
Anyway, I made grilled cheese for lunch. This was the first time I had used the dual burner stove, and had to figure a few things out. Like not putting the griddle directly on the chimneys (duh XD). Next time I will understand it better.
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Starting materials
Starting materials
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Fire it up!
Fire it up!
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Second burner going
Second burner going
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Added wood
Added wood
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Grilled cheese ungrilled
Grilled cheese ungrilled
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Grilling in process
Grilling in process
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All done and smelling wonderfull!
All done and smelling wonderfull!
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Note: Sorry, that doesn't qualify as a rocket cooktop

 
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Would the top of a barrel of an RMH qualify as a cooktop?
 
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