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Old 05-10-2016, 11:28 AM   #491
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water

flour

yeast

salt

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wife's tomato sauce

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cheese

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pizza cooked in our oven while camping



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Just made this baby in our oven and it turned out perfect... Crisp crust and all. We've done several now, about 18-20 mins on high heat and you've got a winner😋
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Old 05-10-2016, 12:02 PM   #492
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Mark and Modern, that looks and sound delicious.

Are there measurements for those ingredients that might go well on the cooking thread.
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Just made this baby in our oven and it turned out perfect... Crisp crust and all. We've done several now, about 18-20 mins on high heat and you've got a winner😋

Hi Mark,
I found your enticing pizza pic after viewing your Bambi seaside campsite.
We love homemade pizza but I have not yet tried in our convection oven.
Was your pizza baked in a convection oven? If so, could you share more details about the settings.
Also, where is the fantastic water front campsite ( it has long been a dream of mine to fall asleep hearing the surf).
Many thanks,
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Old 05-10-2016, 09:17 PM   #494
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Hi Mark,
I found your enticing pizza pic after viewing your Bambi seaside campsite.
We love homemade pizza but I have not yet tried in our convection oven.
Was your pizza baked in a convection oven? If so, could you share more details about the settings.
Also, where is the fantastic water front campsite ( it has long been a dream of mine to fall asleep hearing the surf).
Many thanks,
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I assumed, since this is a thread about gas ovens, that the pizza was baked in a real propane gas oven!

Sure looks good . . .
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Old 05-10-2016, 09:39 PM   #495
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I couldn't imagine not having a gas oven. So much of good food is baked.
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Old 05-10-2016, 09:53 PM   #496
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We use the oven about as often as we use the electric oven at home, which is pretty often. Since 90% of our camping is sans hookups we rarely use the microwave.
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Old 05-10-2016, 10:26 PM   #497
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We use our oven almost every trip as well. Trader Joes sells frozen croissants in an 8-pack. Take four out and let them rise over night in the oven with the pilot on then bake in the morning as instructed. These croissants are amazingly good considering they are frozen dough. The perfect way to make a BLT.


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Old 05-11-2016, 01:26 AM   #498
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I assumed, since this is a thread about gas ovens, that the pizza was baked in a real propane gas oven!

Sure looks good . . .

Yes it was.... And it was spectacular !
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Old 05-12-2016, 10:14 AM   #499
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My home oven is natural gas. I dislike electric. I love the instant heat and instant off = no heat. Only the pan holds residual heat.
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We are considering buying a new Int'l Sig 25FB. We need to make a choice between the propane oven and the microwave/convection. For whatever reason we cannot have both. We are inclined to choose the propane oven. Just a few questions from someone learning:

1. Couldn't we just bring a small microwave with us in the TV and when hooked up to shore power have both the oven and the microwave. In such a scenario if the A/C is running and we are watching television with lights on is there still enough power for the microwave?

2. I assume we would need to be hooked up to shore power to use a toaster oven. Could we run the A/C, television and the toaster oven together?

Still trying to get my head around what can be used together when hooked up to 30AMP power. However, if we need to choose one, will probably go with the propane oven.

Thanks in advance.
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I do not camp with a microwave but that's personal choice more than anything else. On shore power you will have no issues running ac, tv and any combination of small appliances. When running on generator you have to stay within the generators wattage range.
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We could not be w/o the oven so we removed the micro/conv. and installed a new range. What to do about the micro was a problem.
Solved it by building a shelf below the TV! Works great! Permanent installation. Even have space below the micro for my cat to sleep.
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We are considering buying a new Int'l Sig 25FB. We need to make a choice between the propane oven and the microwave/convection. For whatever reason we cannot have both.
We love our 25 RB that has both the oven & micro and we also don't understand why a FB can't have both. Funny but we use our oven as a pantry and have yet to turn it on

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On shore power you will have no issues running ac, tv and any combination of small appliances.
The 30 amp breaker in our Parallax unit occasionally trips when we turn on our elec tea kettle and are already running two of the following: AC, water heater, micro. We've never tripped the 30 amp shore power breaker.
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