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I am surprised on how much we use the steam feature. Works great for all kinds of purposes.
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Intrigued I am.
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Steamer Convection combo sounds like winner to this Foodie!
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We use our toaster oven a bunch. Even at home. Much easier than firing up the oven. Ours will hold a frozen pizza...perfect!
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Exactly my thoughts. What should I do with the original, unused oven? Is there a market for it or should I scrap it?
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Exactly my thoughts. What should I do with the original, unused oven? Is there a market for it or should I scrap it?
Hold on to it. I know right now you think this is the only Wanderlodge you will ever have, but you just never know. The next person (if there is one) might want the oven. Darra loved the one in our '82. Our PT only has the convection microwave and she misses her oven.
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Just to be clear to those reading my previous posts. We still have our propane oven installed. The microwave had a cubby above the half closet to right of the entry door and we used that for the Steam convection combo. When not on shore power we have fired up the Genny to use the electric combo unit rather than light the propane oven but it's good to have redundancy!
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how do you guys make popcorn?
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My wife prefers 'Boom Chicka Pop' that you can purchase by the bag at Costco. It's good stuff and it's always ready...
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I am a popcorn addict! I NEVER eat microwaved popcorn. I have a special pot that I pop all my popcorn in at home....on the stovetop. I think between the 4 burner stove top, the outside grill and whatever convection toaster oven we get, we should have all the cooking bases covered. I mean I have a very nice convection oven at home that I rarely use. Wouldn't miss it at all.
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