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Old 11-26-2015, 08:07 AM   #1
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Turkey Day

Happy Thanksgiving everyone !!

Question, has anyone full timing been able to prepare a full Thanksgiving Day meal using the convection microwaves that come in the coaches? How big of a turkey will fit in them ?

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Old 11-26-2015, 08:22 AM   #2
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Joe, I don't see why you couldn't roast a turkey breast in the convection over. The one thing I'm learning the more I experiment is that the time and temperature doesn't change from a conventional oven.


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Gale & I are thankful for a lot and especially for the great group of forum buddy's. Has anyone done some RV motoring to Thanksgiving celebration destinations?
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Gale & I are thankful for a lot and especially for the great group of forum buddy's. Has anyone done some RV motoring to Thanksgiving celebration destinations?
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone here!!

We used to take our RV every year on Thanksgiving when our kids were small travelling from Long Island to North Carolina to visit family. Now that they are grown and have children of their own, we stay home and either have them come to our house with their families or go to one of their homes.
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Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
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HAPPY THANKSGIVING Everyone! My wife is making spinach lasagna our traditional thanksgiving dinner. Don't eat too much we don't want our rvs overweight. LOL
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Happy Thanksgiving to all and your families.
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Happy Thanksgiving to you all. I am very thankful for all the friends I have made on this forum. Just a great bunch of people.
Joe I can't imagine roasting a turkey in the convection oven. If you are thinking about a future trip and roasting a turkey I would look at a electric roasting pan. Maybe even a smoker. A turkey fryer would work as well. We do pretty well getting all the regular cooking done but have never tried a thanksgiving dinner.
Today we are heading north to Sarasota to enjoy dinner with our friends and neighbors we met at Cypress Trail.
Enjoy your day and go Lions!
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Happy Thanksgiving to you all. I am very thankful for all the friends I have made on this forum. Just a great bunch of people.
Joe I can't imagine roasting a turkey in the convection oven. If you are thinking about a future trip and roasting a turkey I would look at a electric roasting pan. Maybe even a smoker. A turkey fryer would work as well. We do pretty well getting all the regular cooking done but have never tried a thanksgiving dinner.
Today we are heading north to Sarasota to enjoy dinner with our friends and neighbors we met at Cypress Trail.
Enjoy your day and go Lions!
Happy Thanksgiving Phil! Travel safe.
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