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Old 11-09-2013, 06:09 PM   #11
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DW has cooked a Thanksgiving dinner for 7 in our old trailer - we were on a ski trip in VT. It was a smaller turkey as a 22 lbs. just wouldn't fit. Currently we grill at home & warm it it when we camp (no steaks or burgers). For lobsters, we steam them outside on an old Coleman stove.

Not sure what I will do with the outside grill, probably will never use it.
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Old 11-09-2013, 06:12 PM   #12
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I don't like the outside grill it makes the side of the camper greasy.I would rather have the stove instead.I don't even take mind with us.We cook on a elec grill and on a Nuwave
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Old 11-09-2013, 06:41 PM   #13
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While I used the daylights out of the RVQ with the Roo, I also use an electric skillet on a table outside. I bet in the 5 years we had the Roo, we only used the propane stove inside maybe 3 times. I prefer to cook outside where I have more room.

We carry a 2-burner propane stove I bought when I first started tent camping in 1976 or 1977. I'd really like to find a 2-burner stove that will hang on the side of the camper like the RVQ does. While the RVQ is good for cooking burgers, steaks, etc., it's a waste of propane to boil a pot of water. And the darn pancake batter keeps dropping down between the wire grid!

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While I used the daylights out of the RVQ with the Roo, I also use an electric skillet on a table outside. I bet in the 5 years we had the Roo, we only used the propane stove inside maybe 3 times. I prefer to cook outside where I have more room.

We carry a 2-burner propane stove I bought when I first started tent camping in 1976 or 1977. I'd really like to find a 2-burner stove that will hang on the side of the camper like the RVQ does. While the RVQ is good for cooking burgers, steaks, etc., it's a waste of propane to boil a pot of water. And the darn pancake batter keeps dropping down between the wire grid!

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Had the same problem with my batter, less water and non stick aluminum foil saved the morning.....
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Old 11-09-2013, 07:04 PM   #15
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We've used our rvq grill that came with our tt since 2005.
We used ours on the 08 all the time and on the 2012 since we got it, never had any grease on the side of the trailer.
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I cook mainly on my Weber grille, but use my outside kitchen stove to fry fish. No fish tonight, chicken and ribs on the Weber!
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I cook mainly on my Weber grille, but use my outside kitchen stove to fry fish. No fish tonight, chicken and ribs on the Weber!
Nice setting, like the poles!
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Nice setting, like the poles!
Thanks OC, a very wise man fabricated those poles for me last year!...genius almost!
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Thanks OC, a very wise man fabricated those poles for me last year!...genius almost!
Forget the "wise and genius almost" stuff. They look nice painted and the camp site is gorgeous.
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Forget the "wise and genius almost" stuff. They look nice painted and the camp site is gorgeous.
Thanks bud, the weather has been perfect.
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