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Outdoor Propane Cooker.
Posted on June 22, 2018 by Durgan
MARTIN PROPANE BURNER R65H 65000 BTU WITH HOSE
I had one of these for outdoor cooking for about ten years. I use it for the initial cooking for produce for pressure canning. It is truly a marvelous cooker sold by Home Depot and others for around 70 dollars. There are a number similar that have major defects, like regulator not working, incompatible fittings, and some even unsafe.

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MARTIN PROPANE BURNER R65H 65000 BTU WITH HOSE
Martin Steel and cast iron propane gas burner for outdoor canning use. 60 000 BTU of power, Includes regular propane hose attachment. Heavy welded steel construction for boiling of large heavy pots. Ideal for tomato and all canning needs. MADE IN CANADA! 10 YEAR MANUFACTURERS WARRANTY
13″H x 16″ L x 16″ W 65000 BTU Welded steel construction Made in Canada 10 year warranty
 
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The burner is as perfect as they get. There are many being sold that are JUNK.
 
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Looks much better quality than the one we have. Got it as an outside cooker for crab boils but it works great for canning since I couldn't use my canner on my glass cooktop.
 
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How would you rate those with cast-iron frames?
Obviously, they are going to be heavier, but for longevity? Cast iron is difficult to match.
 
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The burner cast iron is fine. I have had both. Th regulator should be adjustable and have a standard fitting. Frame construction is important. It should not be flimsy.
 
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really nice. I have considered an outdoor cooker as a few food items I would make inside would have the smell hovering in my house too long and unpleasant for me. such as fried chicken, or frying the eggplant for eggplant parm. things like that. hate fry smell hovering.
 

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