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Old 09-16-2016, 04:20 PM   #51
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Wow, some of these rigs are stocked better than our kitchen at home. It must be nice having all that available carrying capacity.

If you ever upgrade to a class "C" MBS Sunseeker in the future as we did, you learn to live a minimalistic lifestyle and only carry the absolute essentials.

We carry a 4 quart stainless steel stock pot/steamer combo. A 10" and 7" non stick aluminum fry pans/w glass lids, a 2 1/2 quart stainless steel sauce pan/w glass lid, and an 11" square non stick aluminum skillet for pancakes, french toast, grilled cheese, etc. For baking we have an 8" pie plate, 8" round cake pan, convection oven sized cookie sheet, and broiler pan combo. We also have an 11" square electric fry pan and a small propane grill stored in one of the basement storage compartments.

I can cook pretty much any three course meal for two with that setup. Our entire cooking/baking collection fits in the two under dinette seating pull out drawers.

As far as bacon goes, we either purchase a package of the heat n eat or do without while on the road. Way too much grease splatter in such a small area to suit me.


This is a good list for us to start with as we have a darling little MBS Sunseeker 2401.
So far, we have the 9" Starfrit skillet, which I love, a tiny coffee pot, also love, 3 knives and random dishes. We use the grill that was "free" came with it. I think a microwave covered bacon dish might work, but yeah, lingering greasy smells might not be worth it. The "fabric" that makes up the valances and all is so weird feeling, I don't know what it is, seems like it might trap odors.
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Old 09-16-2016, 04:49 PM   #52
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Magma nesting cookware both in standard or induction. you can see them at west marine online and other vendors....
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Old 09-16-2016, 06:21 PM   #53
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This is a good list for us to start with as we have a darling little MBS Sunseeker 2401.
So far, we have the 9" Starfrit skillet, which I love, a tiny coffee pot, also love, 3 knives and random dishes. We use the grill that was "free" came with it. I think a microwave covered bacon dish might work, but yeah, lingering greasy smells might not be worth it. The "fabric" that makes up the valances and all is so weird feeling, I don't know what it is, seems like it might trap odors.
Stackable mixing bowl set

https://www.amazon.com/Joseph-40031-...e+mixing+bowls

I added another shelf in the pantry area and use small storage containers for canned goods, envelope foods, spices, etc. I also have a light weight toaster, a small drip coffee maker, and an imersion blender with several different attachments. By adjusting the shelving I was able to store my laptop computer underneath the shelves.

If your looking for a short queen sheet set. I purchased these and they are actually pretty good.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

and a waterproof matress pad for a short queen

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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Old 09-16-2016, 07:36 PM   #54
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hey, the bowls are pretty!

I forgot my husband's favorite after the coffee pot, a microwave popcorn popper, it folds up really flat.

Right now we are using standard queen size sheets til we get to more custom products. I am amazed at how nice and easily that bed folds up and back out, I was very unsure about that.

https://www.amazon.com/Lekue-Microwa.../dp/B00NF9CT0C
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