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Old 09-11-2008, 10:28 AM   #239
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Found some at WalMart. See http://www.airforums.com/forums/f426...ies-43673.html.
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Old 09-11-2008, 10:54 AM   #240
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Our 28ft CCD came with a micro/conv oven and a stove top ,however it did not come with a cook, so the "Beau dog" and i do not use either one.The position for a cook is open. BILL
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Old 09-11-2008, 11:18 AM   #241
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using the oven

YES...we do use our oven..
I make homemade sticky rolls for the whole group...
brownies, cookies, other eats...

No, you can not take my oven away...
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Old 09-11-2008, 11:19 AM   #242
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I've used the oven every single time I've taken my rig out. That is exactly one trip so far...

We made biscuits in our oven, and our tent-camping friends were delighted to add that offering to the chorizo, eggs, bacon, and skillet potatoes they were already preparing.

But we also used the microwave-- it was great at heating up water in order to warm bottles for our baby.

As a long-time tent camper, I anticipate doing the majority of my cooking outdoors as well. But it is really nice to have the oven, and I'm sure we'll continue to use it regularly.

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Old 09-11-2008, 12:42 PM   #243
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having owned diffrent trailor 5 years with no oven would put food in foil in fire now with new ccd from 5/08 i love my oven gives you more options for frozen foods camp alot on the calif beachs no power would not have a trailor with out it
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Old 09-12-2008, 11:38 AM   #244
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I found a small cookie sheet that works perfectly, at Tuesday Morning, so I know they are out there. Sorry, I don't have the label anymore so I can't tell you the brand but it is the perfect size. It wasn't cheap, tho. I think I paid $10 or more for it. Check places like Masterson's and other kitchen specialty places.

I have used my oven, tho I need an oven rack for it. Anybody got an extra one out there? Has to be 16 x 16 1/2" for my small magic chef. I works as well as the new stove I have in my house. I doubt if it was ever used much, it really wasn't even dirty when we bought the trailer, just dusty.
Thanks for the hint on the cookie sheets. I guess it's just a hunt & seek mission. I had the idea of having a friend, who has the equiptment, cut a larger one in half for me. I will re-visit that possibility and post the details if it works out.

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Duh!!! My answer is right at the top of the page & I missed it somehow!!! Thanks to whom ever or what ever drew it to my attention!!

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Old 09-13-2008, 10:04 PM   #246
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Talking 10q!

Well, thanks to you all, this has been another interesting and informative thread. When I get my AS, it's gotta have an oven!

I'll have to see about putting a gas-powered microwave in it, I see.

Oh jeepers, now which message had that juicy-sounding recipe for baked Flamingo in it again?
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Oven w/cooktop? Yes! We had Cupcake for 5 years before we found out the oven didn't work while sno-birding for several wks in 2007. We spent 2 1/2 mos. in the south last winter and I liked having a new stove and working oven. I 've met a few gals who love their convection ovens and I learned they can also bake like a reg. oven.

Just a wee tad off topic:
My big deal is not being able to find baking/cookie sheets to fit the oven. The "camping" ones are toaster oven size and the one I've found that does fit is the smallest in a set of three and I have no use for the other two. A couple of decent 10" X 14" sheets with rolled edges would be my ideal.
A 12 X 12 unglazed terra cotta tile (Lowe's - $1.45) works well on the oven rack. Placing it on the botton of the oven, our tile broke in half quickly while pre heating. It is now on the oven rack and does a pretty good job evening the temperature out. I've not seen a cheap pizza stone as yet and wonder if they are better than the tile.

Happy baking, sue
My standard (13-3/4"x15-1/2") Chicago Metalic sheets fit in my Magic Chef with no problem at all.

I also use a round pizza stone in my oven and have had no problems with it.
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Old 09-13-2008, 10:21 PM   #248
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we also used our oven when we lost power last year during a ice storm. Hot food was great when everyone else was eating cold beanny weinnys
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well, thanks to you all, this has been another interesting and informative thread. When i get my as, it's gotta have an oven!

I'll have to see about putting a gas-powered microwave in it, i see.

oh jeepers, now which message had that juicy-sounding recipe for baked flamingo in it again? :d

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My standard (13-3/4"x15-1/2") Chicago Metalic sheets fit in my Magic Chef with no problem at all.

I also use a round pizza stone in my oven and have had no problems with it.


Our Wedgie is a bit smaller than the old MC (in fact, I thought " Yipee! I can use the old rack & have two"! , but it was to large) My favorite and most versitile pans are 10-1/2" X 15-1/2" X 1" and are too long. They were my mother's and, of course, "you can't get 'em like that any more" in any size! I will keep an eye out for a reasonabley priced pizza stone - if there is such an animal - but haven't seen any on the cheap yet.

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Chicago Metalic makes baking sheets a smaller size than the ones I have. Best sheets I've ever owned. They are alumanized steel, just like the ones my grandmother used to bake with. The small ones are 9.5"x13"
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Chicago Metalic makes baking sheets a smaller size than the ones I have. Best sheets I've ever owned. They are alumanized steel, just like the ones my grandmother used to bake with. The small ones are 9.5"x13"

Perfect!! Thanks Cameron!! I check on line to see where I can get them from. If they were good enough for grandma they're good enough for me too!!!
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