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Old 09-15-2008, 09:10 AM   #253
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Quarter Sheet Pans

In the commercial cooking world there are sheet pans, half sheet pans, and quarter sheet pans. I believe most of the quarter sheet pans are square or nearly square and will fit that 14 x 14 space in the ovens. Here is a link but just about any restaurant supply (online or in-store should have them.

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Old 09-15-2008, 09:33 AM   #254
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This past weekend was the Southeast-end-of-summer Thang Rally and I baked a Key Lime pie in our convection microwave after we arrived and got set up. Of course I was up until after mid-night baking, but it was worth it. This is the second time I have used the oven myself. Both times the pies turned out great and I got lots of compliments. My wife uses the oven just about every trip to bake bread for breakfast.
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Old 09-15-2008, 09:40 PM   #255
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. . . Of course I was up until after mid-night baking, but it was worth it. . . . .
I had to steal what little taste I got right off the pie plate from under Nvstysly. It was worth it indeed. MM, that's got to be your signature dish.
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We have the combination microwave and convection oven and use both features frequently to warm up, defrost, cook, finish cooking, or defrost food items.
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We have the combination microwave and convection oven and use both features frequently to warm up, defrost, cook, finish cooking, or defrost food items.
Do those ovens bake, as in make cookies?
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Old 09-16-2008, 09:12 AM   #258
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We were without power for 2 weeks after Hurricane Gustav toppled thousands of trees in Baton Rouge. Funny, you don't realize how many things you can't make without an oven till you don't have one. The 71 Overlander served as an emergency kitchen since the range in our house is all electric. We baked cornbread, biscuits and cupcakes to perfection!
I don't like to use the Magic Chef in the summer because it generates too much heat but I promise that I will never remove it!
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Old 09-16-2008, 11:44 AM   #259
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I had to steal what little taste I got right off the pie plate from under Nvstysly. It was worth it indeed. MM, that's got to be your signature dish.
Thanks Sugarfoot. That's the only pastry I make and it is Becki's and my favorite desert so I've had a lot of practice over the last 20 + years.

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Do those ovens bake, as in make cookies?
I don't know about cookies, but my wife has made biscuits, casseroles, and "pigs-in-a-blanket" for breakfast on nearly every camping trip in ours.

You do need to compensate by reducing baking time by 25% or reduce baking temp by 25 degrees.
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We use our oven quite often while we are out camping. The problem we have had is a constant heat. We solved that by putting 4 fire brick on the lower shelf and that gives the oven a constant heat and it works quite well. It does have a tendancy to "warm up" the trailer but we get through it with our Fantastic Fans.

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I don't know about cookies, but my wife has made biscuits, casseroles, and "pigs-in-a-blanket" for breakfast on nearly every camping trip in ours.

You do need to compensate by reducing baking time by 25% or reduce baking temp by 25 degrees.
Sounds like baking to a novice like me...!
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We use our oven quite often while we are out camping. The problem we have had is a constant heat. We solved that by putting 4 fire brick on the lower shelf and that gives the oven a constant heat and it works quite well. It does have a tendancy to "warm up" the trailer but we get through it with our Fantastic Fans.

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Say Bob, on the fire brick, just curious if those are the 4" X 8" X 3" ones or another product of which I am unaware? As I mentioned before, the 12X12 tile I had in the oven for temp. control cracked in two by placing it on the shelf above the burner. Fire brick would eliminate that for sure. Also, what configuration have you found best?


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We do use our oven, but not for anything exotic...mostly things like baked potatoes for dinner and bisquits for breakfast. (Just love eggs, bacon, and bisquits for breakfast, and no, my colesterol is not high) We use the microwave for heating drinks and thawing frozen foods.
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We used it at the Texas Unit 50th Anniversary Rally last weekend. It gets used about once or twice a year and is a storage cubby the rest of the time for the toaster, frying pan, and crockpot.

I carry some silicone muffin pans and make cornbread or dessert muffins occasionally. Last weekend, we reheated a casserole.
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Sue; The fire brick are about 1 1/4" thick. They are more like a paver brick. We bought them at a True Value store locally.

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Thanks for your reply and pm about the fire brick Bob. I'll have to check that out.

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