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Old 04-25-2011, 11:32 AM   #365
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I love my little oven! Actually, it is not so little -- I was able to roast a 10# plus thanksgiving turkey in there. I also love the "broil" feature -- you can slip something that needs to nice and crispy on top right under the broiler at the bottom. Also love that you can use it boon docking
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Old 04-25-2011, 11:51 AM   #366
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Cookies and cornbread for us so far. Although a pizza would be fun.
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Old 04-26-2011, 11:18 AM   #367
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The problem with using the oven in my 69/70 International Sovereign is Airstream's, I think, unusual decision to place the oven not underneath the stove top, but through the wall to the bedroom just right of the sink. I have to clear the counter in front of it, where I keep the dish strainer, and then it heats up that part of the trailer including the cupboards above the sink. It seems inconvenient and odd. The furnace is under the stove top where the oven would normally be, and I'm surprised the designers didn't keep the oven there and find a more innovative place for the oven. If they could have put it in to the lower right of the sink, perhaps they could have relocated the shelves that are there into the bedroom wall.
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Old 04-26-2011, 11:30 AM   #368
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The problem with using the oven in my 69/70 International Sovereign is Airstream's, I think, unusual decision to place the oven not underneath the stove top, but through the wall to the bedroom just right of the sink. I have to clear the counter in front of it, where I keep the dish strainer, and then it heats up that part of the trailer including the cupboards above the sink. It seems inconvenient and odd. The furnace is under the stove top where the oven would normally be, and I'm surprised the designers didn't keep the oven there and find a more innovative place for the oven. If they could have put it in to the lower right of the sink, perhaps they could have relocated the shelves that are there into the bedroom wall.
Hi, Airstream might have done it better in some models; My trailer has the oven below my stove top and my furnace under my oven.
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Old 12-15-2012, 08:03 PM   #369
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More from My Oven

There have been a few more threads about ovens vs microwaves. Thought I'd bump this thread with photos of the Peanut Butter/Chocolate Almond Raspberry Blondies I cooked for our office potluck last Thursday at lunch. First photo straight from the oven and still warm, second plated.

OK, I could have done them in the Sharp convection microwave I bought a while back, but the weather turned cool and it was perfect for cooking in the oven.

On edit: Attached the recipe if anyone's interested.
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Old 12-21-2012, 12:34 AM   #370
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we enjoy cooking in and eating in our 25 fc. it's more fun than cooking at home so we do practically everything we would do at home. Of course, when on the road it's fun to purchase "local", especially local fruits and veggies.

our oven is an important part of our RV. it has been now for 12 Rvs since 1973 including two sailboats.

we pride ourselves on entertaining well and most folks enjoy our table.

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Old 12-21-2012, 08:12 AM   #371
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i have 2 school age kids and we bake something everytime we go out. at our airstream holiday openhouse in portland we had cider and fresh baked cookies to give out to the folks touring our trailer.
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Old 12-21-2012, 09:00 AM   #372
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We had a FC with convection MW and no oven and we recently traded for a Classic with oven and MW without convection. When we had the FC we attempted biscuits in the convection MW and they didn't turn out nearly as well as they do in an oven. The biggest problem we experienced was with the A/C on, a coffee pot and try to use the convection, the breaker would trip. 30A sometimes just isn't enough to power the available electric components in an A/S so we're happy to have the oven in the newer unit. We do microwave and can continue to do that as needed.
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Old 12-21-2012, 09:26 AM   #373
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We do. No cooking by numbers for us.
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Old 03-15-2013, 05:28 PM   #374
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I was surprised to find out how different the ovens were from my 76 to my 81. Both work fine however the 76 seems to leave the cooktop above quite warm to the touch near the vent whereas in the 81 this does not occur.
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Old 03-15-2013, 07:50 PM   #375
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Gone!

As of last Saturday, my oven is gone; replaced by a cook top and 3 drawers. A friend with an identical trailer wanted an oven and I wanted the drawer space.
  • About 30 minutes to remove the cook top, drawer guides, and cabinet rails from her trailer.
  • About 10 minutes to temporarily install the cook top in my trailer to get me home.
  • About an hour on Monday to install the guides and cabinet rails in my trailer.

    The oven slid right in to the space her trailer and took only the 4 screws to complete the job.
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Old 03-15-2013, 08:10 PM   #376
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We replaced our original stove oven combo with a Wedgewood cooktop and Breville Smart Oven with Convection feature. We had a small microwave but never used it. So far the Smart Oven has worked out great.
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Old 03-16-2013, 08:36 AM   #377
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First thing to go was the old oven/cook top. DW said "I'm not planning on baking when we are camping".
Installed a 3 burner cook top, put drawers below for pots and pans.
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Old 03-16-2013, 09:02 AM   #378
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You can actually use the oven in an Airstream!? I will have to point that out to my wife. Can you use the oven in your house, too?
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