Okay Left Hooker - How do you cope

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  1. Road Runner

    Road Runner Read Only Funster

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    without an oven?

    Lots seem not to have one...........
     
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    Big shallow Teflon coated pan with a glass lid. Put on low gas ring,perfect for finishing off part baked bread.
    How often do you cook a Sunday roast whilst away in the van....or for that matter how often do you bake a cake.
    Ovens are a complete waste of space in a MH. If you cant possibly live without one get a halogen oven.
     
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    Now come on Daves my sundays are legionary as you know:winky:


























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    I wish:winky:
     
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    Carvery :Blush::thumb:
     
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    as someone who uses our oven alot,i would consider a motorhome without one incomplete,how the hell do you cook an FB pie without an oven?::bigsmile:
     
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    We have a SMEV oven in our van - I never use it - it heats up the whole van too much!

    I do roast beef and roast potatoes on my Weber BBQ! Perfect results!!:thumb::thumb:
     
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    We thought we would need an oven when we bought our van but have never used it - and neither did previous owners. Double skillet does a great job.
     
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    All our oven does is add weight !!
    It has not been used since new. I did fire it up once just to make sure it worked but thats about it
     
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    You don't beed and oven John, just get a Double Skillet for when you're not on hookup and a Remoska for when you are. Sorted:thumb:
     
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    no oven...no problem

    We have a combi microwave unit if we need an oven.. the double skillet works fine.. on our second one now ..1st one over 25 years ago. we also use the Cobb outside.. that can bake, fry, griddle etc., never had the need for an oven on an RV or european in 20 plus years John.. waste of space. Plenty of other ways to get round the problem.

    Bob
     
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    I learned a long time ago that a large heavy bottomed Teflon coated pan with a glass lid does exactly the same as an oven.
    What I do use a lot is my slow cooker, I have a separate 500 watt inverter wired to the engine battery and when traveling long distances load the slow cooker before leaving and then plug into the inverter,hot meal when i stop. Also on the rare occasions that I have hookup I use it all the time.
    I also have the halogen oven instead of a microwave, it does the same job only better. Regarding FB pies...............Errrrr cant think of anything that I would want to do with one except use it as a frisbee.
     
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    Hi I personally would not be without the oven ::bigsmile:I cook all sorts in it (what ever the wife tells me to :winky:) Had vans without one in which we used the Ramoska :thumb: STILL USE IT IN THIS ONE AS WELL-the only thing I find we do not need is a Microwave ::bigsmile: then again at home we only use that for my milky coffee first thing in the morning ::bigsmile:
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    if you have to MAKE do to get around not haveing a oven then your van is incomplete,bit like saying i dont need a sink as i can make do with a washing up bowl:RollEyes:,if it aint got four ring's a full grill,and an oven its a incomplete motorhome.
    And as far as FB pies go,the best thing ever invented for the motorhomer:ROFLMAO:
     
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    We have a Remoska. Good bit of kit.

    Never use our oven.
     
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    we also use a remoska, have made cakes , roast dinners, baked spuds, all as good if not better than in the oven never ,so impressed even bought one to use at home
    only use the oven to store things in for travelling:Smile:
    reggit
     
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    We always use our oven i love to cook home made pizzas, avocado topping is the fave at the moment::bigsmile:
     
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    I like to slow cook mine under my arm

    barry:Smile:
     
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    Microwave......it'll still taste like soggy cardboard :Doh:
     
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    No differant to an oven then:Blush:
     
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    never been in a situation where iv had to eat soggy cardboard, so cant compare it to a FB pie:winky:
    so how do you cook a 5lb chicken,roast spud's,roast parsnip's,roast onion,and yorkshire pud and apple pie all at the same time without a oven???
    5 romoska at the same time?:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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