Oh boy here we go again - I just saw this thread and have not read the previous 4 pages of responses. We would not go without an oven in an RV. For us, being self contained is all about RVing and with an oven, you can make the best meals for any time of day without having to fire up a generator. Yes, we use our microwave when we have electricity but we use the oven way more. Not to mention that when we camp up in the Sawtooths and I fire up the oven to bake biscuits or cinnamon rolls for breakfast, after I pull them out and turn off the oven, I open the door and let the excess heat out taking advantage of it to warm up the rig. My microwave is mainly used to store all my baked goods!
2011 Bighorn 3055RL
2011 F350 SD CC DRW 6.7L Diesel Lariat, Hensley BD3 with Ford Under-Bed Adaptor
Dave & Renee plus (Champ, Molly, Paris, and Missy in spirit), Maggie, and Mica!
One of the reasons we didn't go to the wholesaler was that their TT's were stripped down and didn't have a oven.
In the three weeks we have used the TT since we bought it we have made cookies, pizza and biscuits but by far the favorite things to cook in it are dry rub baby back ribs and slow roasted pork.
The microwave on the other hand is great for storage.
2011 GulfStream Amerilite 25BH
2003 Ford Expedition with 435w tilting portable/ TS-MPPT-45
750w solar , TS-MPPT-60 on the trailer
675 Ah bank, Trip-lite 1250fc inverter
Sportsman 800w inverter generator