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Old 06-20-2016, 04:34 PM   #15
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The 3 burner cooktop in our 05 Phaeton has never been used. The convection oven gets used. We don't cook anything inside the mh except in the oven. We have a small gas two burner stove on the picnic table and a small kettle type charcoal grill. It has a rack of baby backs on it as I write this. We also have a couple of the induction burners. When we set up long term I'll dig them out. NO COOKING is done inside except in the microwave or convection oven.
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No one mentioned it but having a larger refrigerator for the longer stays is really nice. I consider it a part of the kitchen amenities. Residential or a nice 4 door Norcold work great.
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