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Old 12-01-2013, 09:30 AM   #15
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We are the other side of the coin. DW would never give up her oven. Even though it is the only thing using propane in our coach, she wanted her oven, and uses it all the time.
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Old 12-02-2013, 12:22 AM   #16
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I thought the same thing our shelf doesn't move either but we have used it for pizza, bacon/sausage, Pork chops, chicken brosted or just baked breasts' Pork/beef roast, Small ones but there are only the 2 of us.You could bake cookies but no breads
Now I'm hungry
You think you're hungry....!
I am only me and not a huge meat eater, I will have to get the convection to make my turkey, the only 'meat' I will eat and an occasional burger (buffalo) and the small roasting pan won't fit.. I just saw a way to cook poultry by flattening it and roasting that way...hmmmm that might work.
I do see where my pizza stone might work to cook my cheese 'n mushroom pizza!
Could work...thanks!!

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Having gone through all the above discussions with DW. We decided to remove the gas cook top and install a induction burner. We have a Induction stove with convection oven in the S & B. Have been using a portable Induction in RV for several years. Along with the convection/microwave oven. Works good for us. Using the convection oven has worked very well instead of oven we had in a previous RV
Completed the installation a couple weeks ago. We are on our winter now and DW likes the installation. Not a cheap upgrade. But has given DW a lot more counter space. Here is a link to installation pictures.
Wow! I do like that, what a great job you have done, will have to save up to fly you out to do this....
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Looks nice. Where did you buy that rack behind the stove top? or did you make it? That would work in our MH to put stuff in while underway.
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Made it from some spindle rail I bought off EBAY. The board came from some scrap oak I had.
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Wow! I do like that, what a great job you have done, will have to save up to fly you out to do this....
Hey, Canada is less than 50 miles from our home. Just drop by. May be able to get it done.
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Old 12-02-2013, 05:27 AM   #19
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Lowes has that spindle rail. I just used some to make a spice rack. I think a 3 ft section is about $10.
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Hey, Canada is less than 50 miles from our home. Just drop by. May be able to get it done.
Really would love to but your 50 miles won't do it, I live above Montana, two hours north...will put you close!

Thought the offer was too good to be true!!

thanks anyway, but if I'm in the neighbourhood..............................
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Really would love to but your 50 miles won't do it, I live above Montana, two hours north...will put you close!

Thought the offer was too good to be true!!

thanks anyway, but if I'm in the neighbourhood..............................
The offer is there. Lots of room in our yard for RV's with 50 amp and water.
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The offer is there. Lots of room in our yard for RV's with 50 amp and water.
thanks, you just never know!!
I shall keep it in mind for certain...

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I have two ovens in my motor home,

The Wedgwood (Atwood) Gas oven was factory installed, the shelves in it are 100% removable and can be adusted to different pre-set heights. YES you can roast a turkey up to at least 15 or 20 pounds.

The Electric (Armoa brand) can hold about a 7-10 pound bird, it is likewise fully adjustable (4 positions, 2 removable shelves) and for smaller birds, has a rotisserie.
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Enokie,

We cook skinless, boneless chicken breast on the grill often. Marinate it and just do it. Good stuff.

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I have two ovens in my motor home,

The Wedgwood (Atwood) Gas oven was factory installed, the shelves in it are 100% removable and can be adusted to different pre-set heights. YES you can roast a turkey up to at least 15 or 20 pounds.

The Electric (Armoa brand) can hold about a 7-10 pound bird, it is likewise fully adjustable (4 positions, 2 removable shelves) and for smaller birds, has a rotisserie.
ust your shelves?

Hi I have the samr stove / model and it looks like the center is screwed down and I cannot move it... how do you adjust your shelves??
I would love to know also is the heat even? So many have mentioned it does not cook well....

It would save me $$ if I thought I could cook in this oven... Thanks!
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we have the Atwood Wedgewood Vision...use it all the time...the fixed shelf holds the gas burner strip in place. The oven rack can be removed and adjusted by pushing it all the way in and then tilt it upwards....three different positions...
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