roasting dish

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  1. 0zzy

    0zzy Read Only Funster

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    hi. at the exeter show we seen a couple of ladys, doing a demo cooking a roast dinner in saurce pan with a lid. i cant seem to find what im looking for i.e the name of the item. help
     
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    That will probably be a Double Skillet, you will find them on sale at most motorhome shows.
     
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    That's the one. Bought one at Newark last year. I was a bit sceptical because it seemed expensive but never regretted it for a minute. Fantastic bit of kit, we eat at least as well in the van as we do at home :Smile:

    Graham
     
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    The ladies live in norfolk that sell them .I just sent for one tel...0845 8698940...

    Val
     
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    all the answers you need to your question. Aint fun great :BigGrin:

    Just to add to GJH. we have one and think its ace even if a bit expensive at first.
     
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    You only get what you pay for in this world, I've given up on buying chepo stuff, it never is worthwhile.

    I saw the two ladies doing the demo at Peterborough and I couldn't fault it, you maybe do have to allow a bit more time to cook certain things but frankly that's hardly a big problem, as you say it does pretty much everything.

    I picked up a leaflet, and as soon as my MH is delivered I will be buying one.
     
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    :BigGrin: It is brilliant but please don't make my mistake. I was cooking a casserole type of dish, lifted the lid too quickly and burnt my fingers quite badly. :cry: I won't be making that mistake again. :Doh:

    Happy travelling
     
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    So do we, pi$$es me right off.
     
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    How does it, me no understand!
     
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    hilldweller Funster Life Member

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    Ah, you are of possible German origin.

    It's called JOKE.

    Joke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The implication is that that I eat badly at home and so by eating in a similar fashion in the motorhome I am less than pleased.

    Naturally this is not true and was just a device to fulfil the title of this forum, FUN, and I can assure everyone that that my wife provides food so good that I often feel guilty eating it.
     
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    Methinks that's another one of those :Rofl1: things - often wondered what that icon was for :Rofl1:
     
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    We bought one 3 years ago when we got the van. Just replaced it and left the original in the house. Ideal for a Saturday mornin g fry up :Rofl1:
     
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    Not German when I last checked! No laderhosen in my wardrobe!
    I get it now, you know when you are thinking something yourself but no-one else understands, I think that's what happened here, sorry you had to explain :Doh:

    remember, a joke's not funny if you have to explain it! :Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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