Went to Food Lion (area supermarket) today and overheard two clerks mentioning that fresh turkeys were being repriced at $.69 per pound. I'm about "turkey'd out" but that's a tempting deal so tomorrow I'm going to get a small one, brine it and cook it in the convention oven, then immediately break most of it into sandwich meat, and frozen pot pie filling (turkey, gravy, frozen mixed veggies), and one big turkey shepherd's pie for my "guys" - a gaggle of widowers who full time and work camp at my home campground. It'll fill the freezer but I do like turkey - and am grateful when I can find one that isn't shot full of grease like the Butterball. There is an old fashioned premium butcher shop in the neighborhood - and they sell traditional birds that are free range, and organic. Really wild turkeys that have been seduced by a bit of corn periodically scattered on the ground. Not nearly as much white meat but wonderful and a lot more taste than the white non-flying frankenbirds raised by agri-bus. But then it's also $2.50 per pound vs $0.69 per pound! So I'm a philistine I guess.
I normally read the convection oven instructions every time I use the darned thing. Yours must be a bit more intuitive than mine if you can bake a pie without full instructions. Your profile doesn't mention the year or model of your Airstream - someone with a like model might make a copy of the manual if they realized they have the same one.
Today is a gift, that's why they call it the present.