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mockturtle

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Posted: 07/15/11 07:30am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Air bake cookie sheets work for me. They make better cookies at home, too.


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Posted: 07/15/11 08:00am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

A couple of questions to all that responded. The airbake pan: Use it on the bottom of the oven or to place the food on??

The tiles: I'm not seeing unglazed clay tile. It seems all tiles have a glaze. Would a glazed tile work??

Iknow the glaze is baked on so it shouldn't be problem but what has been your experience??


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Posted: 07/15/11 08:05am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

scootsk wrote:

A couple of questions to all that responded. The airbake pan: Use it on the bottom of the oven or to place the food on??


we have ours on the bottom of the oven but i don't see why it wouldn't work the same on the baking shelf.


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Posted: 07/15/11 08:11am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I use the air bake sheets to actually cook on. Cookies go right on the sheet and a baking dish can sit on top of the sheet. Either way, it prevents burning on the bottom. I also have some air bake aluminum baking pans.

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a creamic floor tile will work great, we use one, just remember to take it out before you move the camper, we forgot ours and it was broke by the time we got home..


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Pizza stone or something similar for ANYTHING you cook. remember, TT gas ovens are a step below the kiddie ovens with a 100W light bulb!! Seriously, we experienced the same problem you had, but since we use a Pizza stone, baking is much better, you basically need something to spread the heat and keep the direct flame from whatever your cooking.


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scootsk wrote:

The tiles: I'm not seeing unglazed clay tile. It seems all tiles have a glaze. Would a glazed tile work??



A glazed tile is just fine......they are actually stronger than unglazed.......

I've had the same glazed tile in my oven for over 8 years now......cornbread and biscuits come out GBD.....golden brown delicious!


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Posted: 07/15/11 11:46am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

A couple of weeks ago I purchased a ceramic tile from Lowe's to try in the oven. I was very careful to buy one that said "ceramic" and not porcelain. The first time I preheated the oven it shattered before the oven could even get to 350.

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NOTE If you get a pizza stone or tile (Unglazed) to put in the bottom of the oven you want it smaller than the oven, you MUST allow air to flow around the edges (You can see the holes in the bottom pan)

I got my pizza stone at a outlet mall kitchen store on sale for about what a unglazed floor/patio tile would have run me at the big stores.


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Before you run out and buy something, you may want to measure your oven. Ours measures 15" x 15" and the newer trailers that we are currently looking at also measure 15" x 15". We have used a glazed tile from Home Depot and it works fine but they do break easily if you forget to remove it during travel. Don't ask me how I know.


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