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Old 06-11-2015, 06:05 PM   #21
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Yep, went with one because I could not cook scrambled eggs on the grill, they kept falling thru the grate making quite the mess.

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Old 06-11-2015, 06:07 PM   #22
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Yep, went with one because I could not cook scrambled eggs on the grill, they kept falling thru the grate making quite the mess.

Similar issue with over easy eggs.

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Old 06-11-2015, 06:10 PM   #23
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What is the best toaster oven? And where do you put it? Do they put out a lot of heat?
We have been through several toaster ovens and have found, what we think to be the best. It's a Breville and will bake a pizza perfectly. Also broils. The toast and bagels come out fantastic. It's easy and reliable. We place it on top of the stove when we're parked.
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Old 06-11-2015, 06:10 PM   #24
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We are on our 3rd season with a camper and our first with an RV (Sunseeker). What we are using so far is a small coffee maker that travels in the sink. A Nuwave induction cooktop, which we love, that travels in a cabinet or the drawer under the dinette. With the Sunseekr we have purchased a just-big-enough toaster oven that we put on the gas stovetop to use instead of the oven. Doesn't heat up the camper as much and doesn't burn the bottoms of biscuits and pizza. It easily fits in the cabinet over the couch. We also use a grill and a Coleman 2-burner stove. So we are setup to cook inside if needed or out when the weather permits, which is most of the time.
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Old 06-11-2015, 07:23 PM   #25
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Electric Skillet, Toaster Oven, etc.

A suggestion but if your power pedestal has additional 20 amp outlets take some extension cords and run them under the trailer. That's what I do and it works out great...especially if u only have a 30 amp service trailer. Everywhere we have been has 2 20 amp outlets for extension cords along with the 30 and 50 amp of course. And I should also add I do all the cooking outside so the electric skillet is a must.


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Old 06-11-2015, 07:34 PM   #26
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We use 1 electric skillet, 1 electric griddle and 1 pot for boiling water for noodles ect.
I can cook almost any meal with these 3 items. Carried many pans for many years and never used them. Canned vegetables can be cooked in the microwave.
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Old 06-11-2015, 07:36 PM   #27
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Some campgrounds are starting to meter and charge for power. Unless you have solar panels, I'd keep it minimal. I prefer a convention microwave and ditched the toaster oven. Weight and space are important. Ice maker should be in your fridge. However, we all do and take what suits our lifestyle.
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Old 06-11-2015, 07:53 PM   #28
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Just went on our initial shakedown cruise and we took a toaster oven (instead of using propane), a coffee maker, a waffle maker (came in handy cos one day we had 9 people over for mimosas and waffles), an ice maker (this is the greatest little ice maker ever!!! Igloo Compact Ice Maker - Assorted Colors - Sam's Club), a rice cooker (which is also a slow cooker) and the assorted pots and pans. Forgot the mixing bowls, can opener, measuring cups and measuring spoons. But didn't forget the beer or the rum!!

When traveling, the ice maker goes under the sink, the toaster oven and coffee pot go in a collapsable crate that fits between the island and counter, and the waffle maker and rice cooker go in a cabinet. Oh and one of those little things that looks like a tennis racket but is a bug zapper came in handy!
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Old 06-12-2015, 01:12 PM   #29
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Electric skillet, George Foreman grill, toaster, coffee maker. Store non greasy in cabinet, George gets put in a plastic bin since we use it for bacon. Also carry a weber q2000 grill. All cooking is done outside as we don't want food odors inside.
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Old 06-12-2015, 01:23 PM   #30
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Getting ready for our first outing in our new to us Sunseeker 3170ds for a 3 week trip and was considering which pots, pans, electric or otherwise that that experienced travelers have in their gear and how you use and store them for travel. Thanks in advance for your suggestions.

I try to buy as much electric equipment as I can electric skillet, griddle, broiler, steamer, ceramic heat, fry daddy, etc. Use only propane for furnace last year on the road for four months only used 1/2 tank. Your paying for the electric use it. Take along a couple of extension cord. This all fits easily in our Sunseeker.
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