phenrichs, not sure what baking pans you are buying, but if you are getting some that claim to be "RV sized", use caution. Most RV pans that I have see are NOT pans that someone who is a baker would ever consider using. Measure your oven, then get a pizza stone or similar stone tile, and some good pans that are the size to fit in the oven. Go to kitchen store, or store that carries good variety of baking pans and ask for their help in getting pans that you wife will use. Good baking pans to fit my RV oven is one of the things on my wish list.. I hate burning the bottoms of biscuits or rolls to get the top pretty brown.
As for what I don't use, I haven't used the outdoor shower on new TT, it is very high and I never think about it, because it is above my line of vision on the end.
Some of the nicest RV-sized baking pans I've found weren't made for RVs but toaster ovens. I have some baking sheets and a deeper similar pan made for toaster ovens by NordicWare that are nice. I also put a pizza stone in the oven, which does help (although it slows down the preheat).
Got rid of the curtain between the bedroom and bath. Never use the 12V outlets in the kitchen. Replaced sofa bed and factory recliners with two good quality recliners. Replaced the four seat dining table with a two seater. Never use the built in sound system, prefer our stereo. Use an electric toaster oven in lieu of the gas oven.
Bill and Mary Lantz
2004 Mckenzie Lakota 38SKT
2006 Ford F-350 FWD
2002 Harley Davidson Ultra Clasic