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Old 05-22-2020, 05:01 PM   #15
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Congratulations. Great looking coach. Wishing you many happy miles.

BTW, I think cooktops are overrated unless you want to do a lot of cooking. For the most part, nearly all my cooking (if not outside over the firepit or an electric griddle perched on a table) was in the convection micro or in an Instapot. If you think you need a cooktop, you could get one of these that'll fit in a drawer when not in use:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01FLR0ET8...v_ov_lig_dp_it

& you'll keep your vast expanse of counterspace.

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Thought that was strange, not having a cook top. Now that I think about it good decision. Frying or bbq outside makes a lot of sense, no smoke inside and I use the microwave a lot.
Love that large counter top. And the the rig is a real beauty. Fun times ahead.
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Congratulations. Great looking coach. Wishing you many happy miles.

BTW, I think cooktops are overrated unless you want to do a lot of cooking. For the most part, nearly all my cooking (if not outside over the firepit or an electric griddle perched on a table) was in the convection micro or in an Instapot. If you think you need a cooktop, you could get one of these that'll fit in a drawer when not in use:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01FLR0ET8...v_ov_lig_dp_it Lori-
Well I do all the serious cooking and I use the stove top on every trip but not every meal. I’ll just buy a nice two burner portable induction unit like the ones they are putting in all elec coaches now and stick it in the extra drawer they got when they deleted the gas cook top. And I already have a portable propane two burner and like most people I do a lot of grilling. So it will work.

Our last trip in Feb - Jambalaya on the beach!
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