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Old 01-02-2012, 12:29 PM   #91
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Ordered ours without one, but did order the convection oven. We are full time and in the place of the oven I installed a 18" apartment dish washer, (I have my "needs" with the truck, etc., wife has hers inside ). She uses it to bake everything, and I mine everything, she is always baking something, (not complaining just have to let the belt out some ). I do grill some outside, also. The convection oven took some time to learn, but she does great with it now. You cannot beat a baked roast, pototoes, carrots, beans and gabbage .

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Old 01-02-2012, 01:55 PM   #92
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Have used it in all the campers that we have owned. We used it over the holiday to make cornbread dressing.
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Old 01-02-2012, 06:30 PM   #93
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that is what I'am talking about

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You cannot beat a baked roast, pototoes, carrots, beans and gabbage

God bless

that is what I'am talking about
we just got back from a few days
out in the desert in our trailer
had the little oven packed one day
cooking lasagna for 1 hr 45 min
how sweet the smell
after a hard day of bike riding
out in God's country

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Old 01-02-2012, 10:45 PM   #94
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I make these !


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Hot, freshly baked, risen overnight (frozen) cinnamon rolls. They come in a bag, you take out what you need and leave the rest in the freezer for another day. Fabulous!

Ovens make great toast, a ham is great in the oven - left overs for lunch the next day, Sometimes we make strata in the oven for sunday b-fast with friends - especially if it's cold or rainy. I'd sooner give up the shower than the oven - it's much more useful
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Old 01-03-2012, 12:27 AM   #95
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oven

Haven't used it at all. Not sure if it even works.
Maybe that's something I can get the wife to work on seeing my birthday not to far off, maybe I can get a cake out of the deal.
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Old 01-03-2012, 08:05 AM   #96
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I'd sooner give up the shower than the oven - it's much more useful

Totally agree,we never use our shower as it is far nicer to use CG facilities.

BTW those are some pretty tasty looking cinny buns Janet.
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Old 01-03-2012, 09:26 AM   #97
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I have a small popup - no oven or microwave. I always thought a microwave would be useful. Then I got a bigger popup with both. I dont use the oven daily, but I do use it. It allows for a larger variety of foods. I can make a great breakfast frittata, or brownies, or things like that.

Microwave? useful, but I could give it up.
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Old 01-09-2012, 03:36 PM   #98
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yuppers I use my oven some foods don't like the Microwave
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Old 01-09-2012, 05:01 PM   #99
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we hardly use our oven but it is good to have it. When I camp I cook mostly outdoor inside my eureka dining shelter. Sometimes I will cook a chicken in the oven of my trailer even if the trailer is parked in the driveway.A chicken cooked in these gas ovens cannot be beaten for their tenderness and taste.
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Totally agree,we never use our shower as it is far nicer to use CG facilities.

BTW those are some pretty tasty looking cinny buns Janet.
One of the reasons bathrooms its the unit with the huge bathroom. Can't handle a lot of those yucky campground showers.
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