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Seneca 35GS wrote:

I had a 17" RV oven in our MH and used both a pizza stone and a 'air bake' cookie sheet with fair results.
My friend purchased a new "Grand Design" 5th wheel with a 22" Furrion oven. The Furrion had a piezo igniter and a oven light, plus it was 4" taller. Last year I removed my old oven and installed a new Furrion. It is truly a great oven, no leaks and lights without getting on the floor. I lost 4" of pan storage space but the new oven cooks just like my oven at home.


Love our Furion oven, especially the glass door. We hang an analog temp gauge from the wire rack and can see the exact inside temperature.

It has a nice inside light and oven piezo starter.

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I guess I'll be investing in a pizza stone as well as a thermometer and air bake pan. :-) Got to look at the knob to see if there's any adjustment on it, too. Some do have a way to slip the knob to adjust where the temp hits the mark on the stove.

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Couple other things that should help...

Turn your biscuits upside down to bake.

Put more gravy on top. Lots more.

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bpounds wrote:

Couple other things that should help...

Turn your biscuits upside down to bake.

Put more gravy on top. Lots more.

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Huh? There's no top or bottom to a biscuit...until you bake it, AFAIK. [emoticon] As for gravy, love it, but have to severely limit my intake. Those d@mn carbs, y'know? Hard on the pancreas. :-(

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Well we also pizza stone users, bakes in both the convection microwave and the gas oven. The plan for Thanksgiving is 12# turkey in the gas oven.


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The bottom was always my favorite part of the buscuit! We always cook upside down biscuits in the rv!


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I like a Dutch Oven on the fire for baking. The shallow "bread ovens" are best. Use more coals on top than on the bottom for browning. On my 65th birthday I baked a pineapple right side up cake 25 miles from the nearest road.

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rjsurfer wrote:

Seneca 35GS wrote:

I had a 17" RV oven in our MH and used both a pizza stone and a 'air bake' cookie sheet with fair results.
My friend purchased a new "Grand Design" 5th wheel with a 22" Furrion oven. The Furrion had a piezo igniter and a oven light, plus it was 4" taller. Last year I removed my old oven and installed a new Furrion. It is truly a great oven, no leaks and lights without getting on the floor. I lost 4" of pan storage space but the new oven cooks just like my oven at home.


Love our Furion oven, especially the glass door. We hang an analog temp gauge from the wire rack and can see the exact inside temperature.

It has a nice inside light and oven piezo starter.

Ron W.

Ron, does your Furrion have the fan in it? I hate that SOB when I'm trying to start the oven but assume it helps even heat during baking. I wish it could come on when the oven reaches set temperature instead of during pilot light.


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ppine wrote:

I like a Dutch Oven on the fire for baking. The shallow "bread ovens" are best. Use more coals on top than on the bottom for browning. On my 65th birthday I baked a pineapple right side up cake 25 miles from the nearest road.


Correct. 3-4 briquettes underneath and a dozen, or so, on top...depending. This from a friend who's a competitive dutch oven cook.

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Super_Dave wrote:

rjsurfer wrote:

Seneca 35GS wrote:

I had a 17" RV oven in our MH and used both a pizza stone and a 'air bake' cookie sheet with fair results.
My friend purchased a new "Grand Design" 5th wheel with a 22" Furrion oven. The Furrion had a piezo igniter and a oven light, plus it was 4" taller. Last year I removed my old oven and installed a new Furrion. It is truly a great oven, no leaks and lights without getting on the floor. I lost 4" of pan storage space but the new oven cooks just like my oven at home.


Love our Furion oven, especially the glass door. We hang an analog temp gauge from the wire rack and can see the exact inside temperature.

It has a nice inside light and oven piezo starter.

Ron W.

Ron, does your Furrion have the fan in it? I hate that SOB when I'm trying to start the oven but assume it helps even heat during baking. I wish it could come on when the oven reaches set temperature instead of during pilot light.


No fan in my oven.

I could see how one would effect pilot light.

Ron W.

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