Hi......I am new to the Motorhome Fun......but it beats the tent.

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  1. Parky03

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    Can anyone give me a little advice re: double omelette pans and their versatility?
    The skillet , I had hoped to purchase no longer appears to be available.
     
  2. Hollyberry

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    I know nothing about omelette pans but Hi and :welc:

    I used to live at Barlby, just over the bridge from you---used to cost 4p a crossing!
     
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    Hi and welcome to FUN, I have a double skillet but I bought mine about two years ago so don't know if their still selling them or not, hopefully someone will be along and give you a definite answer. (y)
     
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    Hi Parky and welcome to the Fun!:welc::party:
     
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    Sorry, can't offer any advice re skillet but would like to welcome you to the madhouse:welc:
    Someone with more knowledge will be along shortly.
     
  6. jollyrodger

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    Cant help with omlette pans but
    Hi from Devon animated-gif-emoticons.jpg
     
  7. Baldeagle7470

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    Hi Parky and welcome from :france::france:Interesting first post
    big on omelettes are we??? What about your van,trips etc.
     
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    Hello & welcome (y)
     
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    Parky, welcome from South Milford:welc:
     
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    Hello welcome to Fun :welc:
     
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    Hello :hi:
     
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    Hi Parky, welcome aboard .... can't help on the cooking front.

    My Joyce's grandparents are in Selby cemetery and used to have a High Street drapery shop (think it's a travel agent now) near the market and abbey. (y)
     
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    Good grief! Pete used to have one of those in his caravan which he swears was a brilliant piece of kit. When I stock-took said van, there was hardly any Teflon left on it - I've never seen another one whether in Ideal Home or on a campsite - the recipe book had long since disappeared and I really have no recollection of what may have happened to it, but if you asked me to opt for one I'd say I binned it. I had no idea Harbenware still existed really.

    However, having managed without the thing for 64 years 359 days so far, I feel I can probably manage for the rest of it without one!

    Haven't got a skillet, double or single, either. I just bung stuff in the oven if it needs baking!
     
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    Our van doesn't have an oven :)

    When we first got married we didn't have a "proper" cooker - just a double (borrowed) camping gaz stove so the dry-pan was amazing. It also soon lost it's teflon but was still non-stick. I did all sorts in it, including Yorkshire Pud!
     
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    Welcome aboard;)
     
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    I actually found one brand new in its box in a local charity shop....for £3.99 ....bargain...I've used it at home and it will soon be put in the motorhome along with its cook book that came with it
     
  19. Parky03

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    Where do I begin?
    Thank you so much for your welcomes.......I can't stop laughing and wondering what I've got myself into here.
    Seriously though, I'll check out your recommendation Alan and carry on familiarising myself with this site.
     
  20. parknride

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    Welcome, can't help re skillet, I just use an omelette pan. But I don't make omelettes. :welc:
     
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