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Old 13-04-12, 07:37 PM
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We want to buy a pooitjie for camp cooking - two adults.
Any recommendations on the best size to go for?
No. 1 looks right. Bigger or smaller?
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No 3 minimum to achieve fine taste and have some spare for guests and leftovers

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Dankie Elize, maar hoekom 'n No. 2?
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I would go for No. 3 What will happen if you have guests? Numero 3........for 2, 3 or 4 guests and a bit left over for next day-padkos!!Enamelled, treated for sure, can't go wrong!

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Ons het 'n no 2 - net as ek en Sarel kamp - maar, kan vir 2 ekstra mense nog bysit. Ek is nie mal oor 'n pot wat te klein is nie.

Maar het ook 'n no 4 vir ons gesin - dit kan tot 12 mense kos gee.

Dus, vir ons (my en Sarel) is die no 2 lekker - maar, jy sal weet wat pas vir jul gesin -

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Ons het n plat bodem pot vir kamp wat min plek vat. Maar soos Elize se, jy sal moet kyk wat vir jou werk.

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No.2 is too small.

You can still cook for 2 people in a number 3, but you can cook for 8 people in it too.

It has a better heat spread, and when you need to get a kilo of fresh black mussel for 4 into it, it takes it as well.

If you buy a no. 2 you'll regret it in a year, or a month, but a no.3 is just right...

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I still manage to cook to much in a no2 even after I counted so many segments of ox tail per me and son, so even in a smaller pot you can still have left over.

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I think a size 3 is better. Rather a little bigger than to small. If you have guests, you can at least use it.
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For two people, a 2 is just fine!
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Thanks everyone for your views.
I have a No. 2 & we'll give that a go for the two of us.
Potjie seems to be not just the meal, but thereafter (padkos).
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My first pot was a 3/4 !

Good for 2... but only 2.

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I guess I'm the wrong guy to ask then. I'm a firm believer in "bigger is better"
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I guess I'm the wrong guy to ask then. I'm a firm believer in "bigger is better"
Juan, you need to sort out your siggy...

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I have a 2 and a 3. Find that I use the 3 more often. It is just more comfortable... That is for food for anywhere between two to eight.
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Old 14-04-12, 05:24 AM
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Bigger is always better . I will use the no 6 Falkirk even if only for 2 people
Your pot will never be to big .
Planning on buying a no 14 within the month

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The origional question stated, 2 people, a 6 lt number 2 is obviously enough for them, the most popular size is a number 3, 7.8 lt.

Let me rather suggest a fantastic recipe, cooked it a week ago for 18 people and they cleaned the pot!

Do a google search for Jamie Olivers "italian hunters chicken", pollo alla caccia tora, it is a winner served with either mash or better still, polenta.

Another interested variation in a pot is the french recipe for Pot Au Feu, "pot in the fire", where broth is used as clear soup starter, google is your friend!
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Bigger is always better . I will use the no 6 Falkirk even if only for 2 people
Your pot will never be to big .
Planning on buying a no 14 within the month
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In an outdoors environment you are normally either in a small group or you are cooking big. If you need to cook for a lot of people you go big, as in a three legged no 4. If not, you consider packing space, as in a shallow no 3 flat bottom.

So, what are we talking about - a 3 legged potjie (a pooitjie is a foot or hoove. Google pooitjie - it takes you to potjie - there is no such word as a pooitjie in english) or a flat bottomed one?

Three legged pots - If you are in the catering business, a number 4 potjie (now it becomes a pot - no diminutive) will take a deboned sheep with onions and potatoes with ease. A number 2 will feed 6 people with ease.

Incidentally, I have 10 Falkirk cooking utensils. The 3 legged No 2 is my favourite at home, but the shallow number 3 (the flat bottomed number 3 Falkirks came in a deep and a shallow version) is such a versatile pot - you can do almost all your outdoors cooking in it, from potjiekos, pot bread, oven baked potatoes or sweet potatoes, deep fried fish or potato chips to frying eggs or whatever for breakfast. In my opinion, this is the number one cooking utensil next to a kettle to take camping for a small family - as in four people.

My guess is that my Falkirk pots and pan will one day be the most valuable collectors items I will have have possessed. My reason for saying this - Falkirk is no more. Chinese look-alikes are all that is to be found in shops these days.

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I would really like to know what the difference is between Falkirk and other pots like Best Duty, Cadac, etc.? Like isn't cast iron cast iron? Always wondered so just asking.

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Jolly,

I don't have the real answer, but I can tell you there is a difference.

My dad has falkirk, I have best duty I prefer the falkirk. It could be age, but I believe it is in the casting. Material thickness and porkies shape, but that is just a guess. The Falkirk is a thinner walled pot, but this could be due to age, as I mentioned.
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Wat van die lekker groote?





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Why would you get a 3 poor pot instead of a flat bottomed one? Is it purely for the convenience of cooking on a fire without any other support? Also, why are some pots enameled?

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You actually need a 2 and 1/2 which they dont make. A 2 is a bit small and a 3 is a mother of a pot.

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Peter,

I Have a #2 flat bottom and a #3 driepoot. For camping I prefer the flatbottom. Purely from a packing perspective, it also works nice on gas. I have a small foldup driepoot stand for when I cook on a fire.

Never seen an enamelled pot, but I guess it is to rust proof the interior. Can't think of another reason.
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I have to qualify this. I assume we speak of a potjie without the feet when we speak of a flat bottom pot, not a casserole pot as one would use for potbread.
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The advantage of the proper (drie poot) potjie is that, like a PROPER wok - the round bulbous belly allows heat all around over an open fire. This actually applies even on gas stoves, though the legs tend to lift a drie poot too high, and a moden gas stove is designed to work with flat bottomed pots .

The flat bottomed pots (including woks) are for on stoves where contact is Nessecary to get heat into the pot. This would be AGA wood stoves, electric plates and inductive stoves of all kinds.

A dutch oven ( which is the correct name for a flat bottoms pot with a potjie type lid) was designed to have coals placed on top to make breads and baked items on an open fire, and thus saw extensive use by the Voortrekkers and other African pioneers.

A large flat bottomed pot has the problem that you can't stoke a fire under the middle of it. So it's cold in the middle, burning at the edges and sides, and the lepel cannot stir in the corners.

So , for an open fire, a round potjie is best...

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As a matter of interest, does anyone know how the numbers were arrived at? E.g number3, number 20 etc?

It's not related to volume, a number 20 holds a LOT more than 7 number 3s...

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Also, how do the number work for flat pots? I see flat bottomed ones that are a 10 or whatever, that look like they would hold about the same volume as a 3 round bottom??

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You do get the round pots in a flat bottom too. These work quite well. Yes you dont have the luxury of the legs but a small triangle goes a long way and is easy to pack too.

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Thanks for at least trying to answer Werner. Is there anyone else? I would really like to know. I have put different makes side by side and it looks like the same mold was used, like only the name is different, i've eaten out of many different makes and the food is still great. Are we buying after the name or is there really a difference in quality? I can also tell you that i have two Falkirks where the lids don't fit and seal properly but on the one Best Duty i have it seals perfectly.

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Maybe OT, but related none the less.

A new thing has reared it's head in the last couple of years. Aluminium pots. I would steer clear of these. The aluminium oxidises to AlOH which has been linked to alzheimers and other mental diseases.

I know we have all used aluminium pots in the past, and they work, but if food is left in them the oxidation starts. So I guess, if one removes the food immediately the risk is less.

I use an aluminium WOK, by the way, but empty it immediately.
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I don't like aluminium cookware. I have a coated bread tin and Dutch oven, nice and thick, heavy (for alu) cooks well, but I prefer cast iron and plain steel.

Jolly, I think you'll find that the old well cooked in potjies cook better than a new one. All the impurities have come out and filled with lard over the years, a well used pot barely needs oiling its so well saturated.

The newer ones seem to be worse quality, made cheaper and faster from less refined iron. Well cured they are fine, but I'm trying to find some old pots to add to my collection rather than get new ones.... I don't mind paying the same as a new one for a well looked after old pot.

When the wooden knoppie that you get for the lid is worn down from lifting, it's about right...

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I have a no 10 and no 12 of these with a portable grid. It works perfectly for me.... and I can make bread as well, and i don't have the space issue of carrying a 3 legged pot. I do have a number 2, and only ever use it at home now

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