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Old 07-31-2016, 01:37 PM   #21
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Pizza Stone for your Oven

For those of you that might be interested in a pizza stone for your oven, if you live near a World Market store, they have the 13 inch (which fits nicely in my Grayhawk oven) for $12 which is actually about 5 bucks less than the least expensive one on Amazon.
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Old 07-31-2016, 01:39 PM   #22
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That link is broken. Perhaps you can share that file with the group?
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Cooked tater tots, biscuits and a cake in the oven on our first trip. Oven worked great without a heat sink.
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Old 08-03-2016, 10:40 PM   #24
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13 In Baking Stone

Just got my 13 inch Norpro baking stone, aka Pizza Stone, from Amazon. Will try our first oven baking this weekend and let you know how it goes.

Decided to keep the packing styrofoam to transport in when driving so it doesn't break.
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Old 08-03-2016, 10:56 PM   #25
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Never once used an RV oven - not sure we've ever used any burners; the microwave has seen occasional use. Now our portable Baby Q Weber is used multiple times, daily.
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For some reason that link is down. But, we also use the oven. Most of the time it's just used as a warmer for pancakes and potatoes (after coming off the grill of course). I do use the stove top every camping trip for our coffee percolator, beans and other stove top stuff.

But most of the cooking is done on our little Weber Q when it's not raining.
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Old 09-16-2016, 04:24 PM   #27
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We just got a 2017 Jayco Hummingbird. I have never used a convection oven before. We have the High Pointe Microwave/convection/grill oven. Or does anyone know where I could get recipes for using the convection oven? Any ideas would be appreciated. Thank you.


Also, what have you found is the best type of pan or dish to use in the oven?
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For those of you that might be interested in a pizza stone for your oven, if you live near a World Market store, they have the 13 inch (which fits nicely in my Grayhawk oven) for $12 which is actually about 5 bucks less than the least expensive one on Amazon.
We got ours a couple weeks ago from World Market (to replace the now broken floor tile), and used it last weekend for cinnamon rolls. It would've worked perfectly if I had let the oven heat up enough. I started a bit early, so the bottoms of the rolls were a bit overdone. Nothing tragic, just a little darker than we like. Next time I'll start the oven heating up right when I get out of bed, so it should work A LOT better. Even with this small misstep, it works worlds better than even the floor tile, and I'm not even going to bother using it again without any kind of heat diffuser...
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Glad that I got something right...
I think that I am gonna try cinnamon rolls for the first thing..low hanging fruit.
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Glad that I got something right...
I think that I am gonna try cinnamon rolls for the first thing..low hanging fruit.
They're YUMMY!!

I was right about letting the oven heat up. It worked a lot better last weekend. We did cinnamon rolls and biscuits (on different days). The cinnamon rolls turned out perfect. The biscuits came out a little more brown on the bottom, but I think that's because DW put them in before the oven was ready. I woke up, turned on the oven, went to the bathroom, and took the dog out and was planning to put them in when I got back inside. DW had already put them in, and I didn't notice how long they had been in. Knowing her, she put them in right when I got out of the bathroom, so not enough time for the oven to heat up properly.

I've discovered that preheating is VERY important for these little ovens. Give it plenty of time to get warmed up and it works A LOT better. Between that process and the pizza stone, I think I've got it figured out now! And it only took 3 years!!
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