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Missmoorea 11-26-2016 05:53 PM

I use mine almost on every trip and also serves as storage for pots and pans

Cinmeredith 11-26-2016 05:56 PM

We made brownies in ours last weekend!

Dstep5312 01-03-2017 08:36 PM

I use mine as long as u have a stone in it works great

Hareynolds 01-03-2017 08:46 PM

Milk & Cookies
 
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Every trip I get Milk & Cookies. Not to mention the oven-cooked bacon. Mmmmm, bacon.

DaveMc 01-03-2017 10:22 PM

Feel confident that we just used the oven for the very first time on our new-to-us 2005 Safari. Inside was brand new clean. Made sweet potato fries just like the one at home!


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GettinAway 01-04-2017 05:47 AM

At least once every trip. We've never used the microwave though. (The microwave is an excellent place to store bread and rolls.)
We don't see hookups very often.. ;)

Flht2k 01-04-2017 05:51 AM

We use every time we are out

southsaglejim 01-06-2017 04:55 PM

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Originally Posted by kneal (Post 308956)
Just curious to see how many people actually us the Oven funcion as opposed to the cook top? Looking at replacing my oven with a cooktop on a remodel and just curious to see how many people actually use it.

Thanks!

We use ours every trip. Use the broiler and bake potatoes or whatever and pies too and brownies. But we love to cook and we do not do processed foods nor much canned foods.
I cannot imagine not using it. Or not having one. It is a propane fired stove of course. In a 1985 Excella 32 footer. Where would you bake anything if you are boondocking if you have no oven?

southsaglejim 01-06-2017 04:56 PM

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Originally Posted by Dstep5312 (Post 1894892)
I use mine as long as u have a stone in it works great

Whats with the stone? That's is a new one on me!!??

Adventure.AS 01-06-2017 05:02 PM

Weber Q1200 for Baking and Roasting
 
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Originally Posted by southsaglejim (Post 1896047)
... Where would you bake anything if you are boondocking if you have no oven?

A Weber Q1200 does a very good job of baking and roasting (as well as BBQing.)

Gearheart 01-06-2017 09:19 PM

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Originally Posted by southsaglejim (Post 1896048)
Whats with the stone? That's is a new one on me!!??

The metal plate above the burner allows too much heat to radiate against the bottom of your food, causing it to scorch on the bottom. Bread and cakes with black bottoms don't go over well. Putting a pizza stone on the plate, or just a 12X12 ceramic floor tile if you are cheap like me, solves this issue.

HiHoAgRV 01-06-2017 10:19 PM

I made pizza in my oven tonight. Started scratching around to see what to cook, had a pizza stone, flour, yeast, some leftover sausage, cheese and tomato sauce.

Nice way to spend a rainy afternoon.


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