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Old 05-09-2019, 05:10 PM   #1
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No More Oven

I removed the oven the no one ever uses added a cabinet for a cook top i will use my induction or butane burner while i was at it i replaced the floor and a new microwave
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Old 05-09-2019, 05:14 PM   #2
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Sorry... gotta have my gas oven for the biscuits.. convection just does not cut it..
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Old 05-09-2019, 05:31 PM   #3
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Nice job, but we like good home cooked food.
My wife's one disappointment is that we do NOT have an oven!
I bought a Colman portable over/cook top so she can bake cakes, muffins, cookies and the odd scratch pizza.
Or a chicken, roast, ham or even a turkey!
I guess some people go out to restaurants a little more than us.
Nothing like fresh baked muffins sitting out in the sun with my morning cup of tea!
Or beer and pizza under the stars.
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Old 05-10-2019, 12:32 PM   #4
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instapot induction cooktop and butane cooktop works for me and i cook a lot the microwave convection is new so i have a new thing to learn will try cookies and maybe a pie wish me luck
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Nice job, but we like good home cooked food.
My wife's one disappointment is that we do NOT have an oven!
I bought a Colman portable over/cook top so she can bake cakes, muffins, cookies and the odd scratch pizza.
Or a chicken, roast, ham or even a turkey!
I guess some people go out to restaurants a little more than us.
Nothing like fresh baked muffins sitting out in the sun with my morning cup of tea!
Or beer and pizza under the stars.
Happy Glamping.
MAN! I just finished eating and I'm hungry again! Gotta keep an oven.
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Good for you! Our oven, in at least 5 Mh’s, have never been used except as a bread box. Now that we’re on low carb diets won’t even need it for that.
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Looks great!
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You do it yourself?
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Old 05-12-2019, 12:57 PM   #9
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There are cooks, and there are not cooks. I am guessing OP is the latter. Nice looking mod, and I love the floors. However I could never live without some type of oven. If the OP changes his or her mind, there are some very nice toaster ovens available. As for me, I still miss my propane oven which was nicer than the current convection microwave I have. Sigh. I do like the extra storage I get though.
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I wanted an oven but not an option on a 22' class C.
Have to make do with convection electric oven.
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the OP ( Me) cooks a lot and i can do just nicely without the oven yes i did all the work myself the knees are a little sore but that could be from old age.
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We removed the oven 2 motor homes ago and went with a toaster convection oven that we put on a custom shelf outside on the m/home . Works great for everything and the smell and heat are outside . + we now have more space in the m/home
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Ours has the GE ADVANTIUM. Large micro, convection and infa red. We love it. Bakes, broils and quick nukes. Programmed recipes. The website explains better. I would put the 240v model in a stick and brick place.
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Our first 2 coaches had gas ovens but we didn't use them. Just listened to them rattle going down the road Last 2 have had convection and they actually make great biscuits.
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