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Old 04-01-2011, 07:47 AM   #15
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Coffee maker is a given for us - we have DH's regular 12-cupper and my Keurig. We also have a crock pot, hand mixer, toaster, an electric waterless-cookware pan, and I think I'm going to grab our countertop grill (like a Foreman) next time we're home.
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Old 04-01-2011, 08:18 AM   #16
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Coffee pot, stick blender (doubles as a small chopper), crock pot, hand mixer, toaster oven, coffee grinder, and ice maker. Bread maker for pizza dough. These are the small appliances we have used and needed for snowbirding for the winter. It's all worked great.
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Old 04-01-2011, 10:15 AM   #17
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I will second the coffee maker, I also have an electric Tea kettle type thing and an electric oven-Griddle This one is a very large toaster oven.

Vacuum sweeper goes on the list too.
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Old 04-01-2011, 10:32 AM   #18
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Farberware stove top coffee pot when boondocking and their electric 8 cup version. I think we'll also start carrying the FoodSaver vacuum sealer for trying to save space in the freezer. Bob

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Oh yes, we also have an electric hot-water kettle that I call my hot pot, it boils water very quick.
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Old 04-01-2011, 10:37 AM   #20
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A Tea kettle and french press works great for making coffee on the stove.
John, what is a french press??
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Old 04-01-2011, 10:03 PM   #21
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Ditto on the George Foreman Grill, I also have to have my Keurig Coffee Maker, oh....I know that it isn't a kitchen appliance...but I can't ever be without my KINDLE....
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What do you use if you Boondock ? And have no electrical hook- ups besides an Inverter or Generator?
Dutch oven, cast iron pancake skillet(10x24), cast iron pan set, bags of charcoal and assorted smoking chips, my grandpa's ( could be SeaJay since he's about 95) campfire percolator.

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Old 04-01-2011, 10:40 PM   #23
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As you can see it depends on what your preferences are. It also depends on what season your cooking. Summer time I like to cook outside, but in the winter cooking inside heats up the rv in addition to providing a meal. I also like to cook so a dutch oven is a must.
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Fridge to keep the Beer and Coke cold! Must have!
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A Tea kettle and french press works great for making coffee on the stove.

Also a Cast Iron Skillet and a cast Iron Dutch Oven, We use a camp stove coffee pot. When we have electricity we use a camp stove coffee pot
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John, what is a french press??
Pour hot water and coffee grounds into french press, then push down the plunger to strain the grounds out. Makes an awesome cup of coffee.
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My Class A is only 31 ft. long. Where would I put all
these neat gagets? The drain board next to the sink
is only 16" long. I would need a 45 ft. MH.
And my part time job at min. wage, and at age 69,
will not get me the bigger MH real soon.

Oh well.
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My Class A is only 31 ft. long. Where would I put all
these neat gagets? The drain board next to the sink
is only 16" long. I would need a 45 ft. MH.
And my part time job at min. wage, and at age 69,
will not get me the bigger MH real soon.

Oh well.
Are asking where they go when in motion or when camping? Our MH is only three feet longer but with a little work you can find some amazing dead space in the rig! Multiple false panels, drawers that are only 3/4 as long as the cabinets, etc. I extended the drawer slides to full out(used from a guy having new kitchen installed in stick house- free) am currently working on making the shelves next to the fridge into a full slide out pantry, have to make a few cuts but should add space.

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