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Old 11-06-2015, 07:44 AM   #11
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Assuming you are parked with hook-ups for your rig. We bring the electric frypan with us just for cooking those stronger odored messy foods, and cook outside.
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Old 11-06-2015, 08:04 AM   #12
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We also prefer to cook outside either on the open fire, gas grill or the electric fry pan. But when cooking inside the backsplash is an issue, especially for bacon. On my to-do list is to add the plastic "smart tiles" from Home Depot. They look real nice and clean up easily. Check it out at Home Improvement Made Easy with New Lower Prices | Improve & Repair.
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+1 for Smart Tiles from Home Depot.

A few on here have done it, and I've read about it on a few different RV blogs. They are a little pricey IMO, but for what you get, I think it's worth it. The projects I've looked at have looked great, like that's the way they should come from the factory. I even watched a video where a guy installed them in a residential kitchen and it turned out really nice for the money and effort. I always thought the tile printed wall paper was kind of cheesy, and these tiles give it a much better look and much better functionality. They are smooth too, so cleanup is easy.
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I've got smart tiles on order. Thanks for all the suggestions.
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Old 11-06-2015, 11:38 AM   #15
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It's almost invisible.
Ovens are pretty hard to miss!
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Old 11-06-2015, 03:47 PM   #16
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Ovens are pretty hard to miss!
Gypsmjim doesn't have an oven.
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Gypsmjim doesn't have an oven.
I think the reference was toward the plexiglas being invisible.....LOL.

We don't cook outdoors either. Unless its Summer of course. We camp almost year round. Gotta have breakfast even if its raining or snowing outside. Also, gotta have bacon no matter what anybody says. The anti bacon people are also the global warming people.

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Best way to cook bacon is in the oven....stays flat, no splattering and easy to make as crispy as you like.
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Bacon splatter get everywhere when cooked in a skillet. We always cook in the oven.
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