I take a electric tea kettle. No sense heating up the water heater for a few dishes. And why use your propane. I get great use out of my slow cooker, electric frypan and a one cup coffee maker, and george foreman. I use the electric appliances outside of my trailer if I am cooking. I do not have a oven in my trailer, so I have a toaster, broiler oven that take a large cassarole, installed over my cooktop. My husband hung a bracket for it, we took the range hood out as it leaked. My microwave is in the area where a wall oven used to be.
I store the crockpot under the ledge in the curved front and the rest fit under the sink.
Hope this helps. No need for a pressure cooker unless it is electric with the price of propane, less is more.
Microwave, slowcooker, toaster, griddle, electric skillet, tea kettle. (just remember to plug in only 1 or 2 at a time :-)Removed our 40+ year old gas oven this weekend and left it by the street for the trash truck.
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