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Old 03-02-2015, 02:35 PM   #1
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Thinking ....dreaming of warmer weather and trying to determine what essential small appliances are needed in our Greyhawk. I'm stuck at a toaster and coffee maker. I read something about a super pot which just looks like a rebranded pressure cooker. What do you successful road warriors carry in your coach?
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Old 03-02-2015, 02:42 PM   #2
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Small crock-pot, small elec frying pan and a single burner hot plate. Very rarily use the stove top.
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We use an electric skillet often. Occasionally we will have bacon with breakfast ( a camping treat) and do that outside to avoid the cooking odor in the trailer.
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Just the Keurig for us (ok just me). Everything else needed came with the trailer. I would much rather cook with propane than electricity.
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Old 03-02-2015, 03:41 PM   #5
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Keurig, toaster, kettle (hot water). We don't have an electric griddle but that sounds like a good idea too.
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Small electric griddle. Completely indispensable. We inherited it from DW's parents. Years after they gave it to us, they bought a MH and wanted it back. We said "NO WAY! That thing's ours!" We put it in the trailer and use it all the time. Nice thing is I can use it wherever I want; inside or outside. I carry an extension cord that can be used for this very purpose.
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DH usually cooks over a fire (breakfast with an iron skillet) but one summer we arrived at our usual park and they had a burn order in place. We went flea marketing and found a griddle and a one burner hot plate to use outside. They're still in the TT just in case!
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Toaster, electric kettle, coffee maker, Keurig, sometimes the electric crock pot. Everything else we can do on the stove or the grill.
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Old 03-07-2015, 07:50 AM   #9
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Keurig. We "cook" most things outside. We do use the stove top for heating up things or cooking pasta. Lately we have been carrying a 2 burner coleman stove. It seems to fit really nicely in a side storage compartment of our 31FS. Downside is the propane. Electric skillet sounds like a good idea too. We have a toaster but rarely use it.
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..snip..We "cook" most things outside...snip.. coleman stove. It seems to fit really nicely in a side storage compartment of our 31FS. Downside is the propane...snip
We use our Coleman grill/stove outside for most cooking, too. If yours, like ours, uses the 16oz disposable propane tanks, there is an adapter to fill them from the larger propane tanks. Awkward to use, but doable.
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