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Old 09-22-2011, 01:26 PM   #61
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We have large toaster oven instead of getting a built in oven. works well for heating up thinigs like pizza etc. however we also have a micro-wave/convenction oven built in.

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Old 09-22-2011, 01:33 PM   #62
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my son and i just got back from Hocking Hills and i have to say, never used the oven until i read this, we tried great but you do have to watch the "hot" spot in the middle...

ps...he loved his tater tots!


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Old 09-22-2011, 04:18 PM   #63
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I am glad i have an oven in mine, i use it all the time, now since i have the pizza stone in there, i love doing a flatten chicken in mine
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Old 09-24-2011, 01:21 PM   #64
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I work construction and am on the road quite a bit, use mine a lot. Have cooked everything from biscuits, frozen pizzas to chicken and even baked a ham. Most problem I had was figuring out how to light it when I first got my 2603. Once I learned its little quirk, its been clear baking ever since.
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Old 09-24-2011, 04:39 PM   #65
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I love our oven, I cook everything I would at home. I have baked cakes, cobbler's, all sorts of meats. I did check that the temp was correct, used an oven thermometer to make sure that the oven was heating correctly. I haven't had a problem at all. When not in use store, baking sheet and broiler pan!
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Old 09-24-2011, 06:44 PM   #66
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We used ours when we had our Rockwood TT and it always cooked in the middle and burnt around the edges. Cake, meatloaf whatever.
We have a convection oven in our 5th wheel and love it..BUT we have heard that if you put one of those cooking stones on the rack and put your food on top it'll cook evenley.. Not sure if there woud be room to do that or not, we just heard someone talking about it.. They are awfully small ovens..
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Old 09-25-2011, 08:14 PM   #67
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LOVE my oven... special ordered it when we got our TT. Use it more than the microwave! Back biscuits, brownies, pot pies, pizza, cornbread, s'mores when it raining and we can't have a camp fire. I do store our cookie trays in the over for travel.

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Old 12-14-2011, 10:18 PM   #68
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Only when it's cold and rainy

When it's cold and rainy, we'll bake something. Cookies or a pie!
But I try to avoid cooking inside all together.
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Old 12-15-2011, 06:03 AM   #69
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she will be baking someTHING special

Originally Posted by Tentcamper2 View Post
I personally feel that they are a waste of space and much rather see the space used for storage.
we had a motor home with a confection over
that would be a mico wave and elect element
now one of those I would never own again
our new to us trailer has a little oven
will never be without one again
nothing better that being out
camping in God's country somewhere
and enjoying the smell of something good cooking
I was out in the desert alone a few weeks back
((the little mountainman Lady still works))
I took with me some quality chicken pot pies
and in the store I noticed these small frozen apple pies
oh yes and for the guy out on his own for a while
one of those big boxes of frozen pizza's
that oven was rocking
next time out
God willing and the creek don't rise
just after Christmas
the MLady and I are heading out to the desert
she will be baking someTHING special in that oven THING

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Old 12-15-2011, 06:17 AM   #70
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Frozen waffles, brownies, baked beans, just to name a few. Have not tried a cake yet. We tried a ceramic tile in the oven but it cracked - what did we do wrong?

Sorry -I read the making frozen waffles line and just had to ask the question... Did you as people say "unthaw" the waffle first?

Perhaps it was the frozen waffle on the tile and the sudden heat change?
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