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Old 10-20-2008, 11:10 PM   #15
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West Bend Ovenette

I have a vintage Ovenette that I picked up on ebay. It can be used on your existing stove top , on a portable propane stove, over a wood or charcoal fire. It does everything that a regular oven does. Lightwieght and easy to store.

My unit has a conventional oven, but the ovenette does not produce the heat buildup of the conventional oven. I also use it during the warmer months outside on my portable propane stove. It also gives me a second oven, which I have found myself in need of quite often. I do enjoy baking.

I was lucky and got the complete set of cover,base, rack ,meat pan , cake pan, pie pan , and muffin cups. The cover has a thermometer in the top. The basic pieces of the set required are the cover , base and rack. Pans can be purchased at wally world.

It is light weight and easy to store. It was made in the 1930s to 1950s. It really works. Bakes potatoes, pies, cakes, mufffins, breads, meat just like a regular oven. I

I love mine. 'shaker

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Old 10-21-2008, 04:39 AM   #16
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Four burners to cook on and an oven that bakes perfectly well. I have baked pies, cookies and pizza in there. This weekend we are having an informal gathering at Knoebles Amusement Park and friday we are having a pizza party. At least four ovens will be baking pizzas for the group. I cannot even imagine cooking on anything but gas. Nothing heats as deeply and brown things as well as a gas oven. I am always amazed that a gas stove/oven which can be used anywhere is replaced by a microwave that is always dependent on a hookup or generator to work. To each his own. We tend to cook from scratch and I do not think too many people are into that now a days.

If anyone is ripping one of these stoves out, let me know.

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Old 11-13-2010, 09:10 AM   #17
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The Brinkmann unit is a poor quality oven made in China. There are much better quality units for sale by others

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