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Old 08-08-2016, 07:30 PM   #15
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I can't recall when we last used the oven in the coach and rarely use the stove top. Between a toaster over, dutch oven, propane grill, hot plate and crock pot we just don't have much need for the coach cook top or oven.

In hot weather about the only thing we make inside is morning coffee.

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Old 08-08-2016, 09:19 PM   #16
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I work 10 hours a day and have no energy to cook. The crock pot is a miracle for me. Two cans of Veg All and leave it be for a day and you got easy two day vegetable soup

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Old 08-09-2016, 05:52 PM   #17
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Thanks a lot for your replies......toaster oven in your RV.

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Old 08-10-2016, 01:00 PM   #18
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We have a microwave, toaster oven and a crock pot. But we do most cooking in an electric skillet--both inside and outside. It makes great toast, too.

With a LP gas grill on the back bumper, we cook dinner outside most of the time. Our outside kitchen also has a second microwave, sink, stovetop and mid size fridge.

We seldom even use our inside kitchen.
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Old 08-10-2016, 01:53 PM   #19
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I never use the convection part of the microwave in the MH. It is too loud(have too turn the TV up to hear) and takes forever to heat up. I can have a personal pizza done in the toaster oven before the convection is ready to use. Toaster oven is quite when making muffins, Texas toast and a meat loaf.

A small crock pot makes 4 meals for me is used a lot also.
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Old 08-10-2016, 09:35 PM   #20
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My father and step-mother parted with their convection toaster oven, I do not have an oven so I was sort of foundering on how to cook since my microwave doesn't have a convection feature.

The toaster oven takes up the counter space the stovetop does. It also has speed convection, which is very nice. It is fairly small but I'm not complaining, I am one person. I don't need a lot of space to cook food.

I can say when I 'remodel' the kitchen counter, I will be removing the propane oven and stovetop to dedicate a space to the toaster oven.
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I wouldn't live without my toaster/convection oven by Oster. I broil meat in it, I bake biscuits and rolls, oh and I make toast in it. I also have one at home that I use for most things.
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Old 08-11-2016, 12:45 PM   #22
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I have a toaster oven and a crock pot. Both of them are still new in the box and have not been used since I bought them 3 years ago. They take up the storage under a seat of the dinette. Whenever I suggest we take them out the DW veto's the idea. She says you never know when you will need them. As it turns out we do not like to cook in the MH because of the heat and smell. We also don't have much counter space so they would have to be used on our dinette table. When ever we need toast we use a small toaster which is stored under the sink. My suggestion is, if you have the space to travel around and rarely use appliances, go ahead and get what you like. Just be realistic about where and when you will actually use them.

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