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Old 05-02-2015, 12:00 AM   #41
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First trip of the season at Swallow Falls State Park. It was cold outside, but cozy inside =) I could never go back to tent camping...may too spoiled now!!! Oh and got to try the pizza stone in the oven trick for the first time and it worked!! It was awesome to start the day off with warm cinnamon rolls!!!
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Old 05-02-2015, 04:01 AM   #42
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Looks like a great spot! Nice pic.


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Old 05-02-2015, 07:15 AM   #43
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Campfire lodgings is a great campground. We have camped there several times in our Roo . Have fun.



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Old 05-02-2015, 07:49 AM   #44
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Ha! That's funny. When I saw your pics a few posts up the list, I thought it looked like Tom Johnson's Marion location. We bought ours last June from TJ in Concord, and went to Marion in early September for the annual customer appreciation BBQ. Had a nice time. The event was waaaaaay bigger than I expected.


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Small world, We wanted to stop in Concord to see "our" camper on the way to Jordon Lake, but ran short on time, Went to Marion on Tue, and a week later it was shipped to Marion and the rest is history. We plan on being there this Sept Also are you interested in joining us at Kings Mt May 14-17? We are having a multi forum rally with a Low Country Boil on the 16th?
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Old 05-02-2015, 04:25 PM   #45
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Nicelyroo you must expand on this pizza stone trick. Is there some sort of trick to It or did you use a pizza stone to make cinnamon rolls. Sounds like a good idea
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Nicelyroo you must expand on this pizza stone trick. Is there some sort of trick to It or did you use a pizza stone to make cinnamon rolls. Sounds like a good idea
From what I understand is by placing a pizza stone or ceramic tile on the bottom under the rack, it help with a more even cooking temp and keeps from burning the goodies. I keep forgeting to grab a tile from the shop to try it.
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From what I understand is by placing a pizza stone or ceramic tile on the bottom under the rack, it help with a more even cooking temp and keeps from burning the goodies. I keep forgeting to grab a tile from the shop to try it.
So any 12" sq ceramic tile will do?

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Yep!! I think it should be an unglazed tile. We bought a stone off Amazon. Just place it on the metal shelf just under the rack and you're ready to go!! I put an oven thermometer inside to see how close the temperature is to where I want it and found that it ran a little cool. So if I want the oven to be 350, I'll set the dial between 350 and 400.
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You are correct, pizza stone or unglazed tile are for helping evenly distributing temperatures in RV ovens.
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I wonder if Cast Iron would do the same? got plenty of it....
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