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Posted: 08/01/21 08:58am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I love toaster ovens.

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I love toaster ovens. I don't think I want to give up the space to carry one on the RV though.

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JaxDad wrote:

Bird Freak wrote:

JaxDad wrote:

I have found a convection oven outstanding for cooking certain things, most of which I rarely do in S & B, let alone my RV.

There is ONE thing however that I have never found anything that equals it.

Reheating leftover pizza.

Whether just refrigerated a day or two, or frozen for weeks, NOTHING will reheat it such that it tastes like it was just delivered. Nothing.
Our air fryer will. Heats it back just like it was cooked the first time.


Bird,

I have never seen an air fryer that didn’t have a rotating agitator device. Can you share a make & model? It sounds interesting..
Brand name is Aria, model ato 898. Its a 30 qt unit I got from Amazon and Home Depot also carrys it.
Sorry for delay, been camping and no internet.


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Bird Freak wrote:

Brand name is Aria, model ato 898. Its a 30 qt unit I got from Amazon and Home Depot also carrys it.
Sorry for delay, been camping and no internet.


Thank you sir, I hope you had a fantastic time away.

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Been meaning to get a rack for the convention microwave. I find their biggest flaw is only having a heating element up top.

I normally use a big pan with a lid on the propane stove to act like a toaster. I would take a toaster over the microwave anyday.

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wopachop wrote:

Been meaning to get a rack for the convention microwave.

Are there any racks that are not metal and OK for microwave also?

As Jim@Hitek does, we put the slow cooker in the sink while travelling.


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Our Magic Chef oven just took a dump at the start of a trip. Checked many parts stores and everyone had the same or similar answer, "N/A", "obsolete". So until we return home we are using the convection feature of the microwave.

DW was against the convection oven but I said why don't we try it out. Bought some buisquits in a can, came out fine, great in fact. Tried tollhouse cookies, needed to add cooking time and raise, not lower temp as per MC.

Still not sold but saved our buns(joke intended) on this trip. I'll be looking for a fix for oven but not sure if I'll be succesful. Anybody got any ideas in that area?


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when we are traveling, Linda puts a meal in the crock pot, places the crock pot in the sink wrapped in towels to stabilize it. When we get to our site, I am STARVING after smelling dinner cooking all afternoon.


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a lot of the frozen and other food I buy says to not cook in a toaster oven.
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