Minxy wrote:Wow, those are neat ovens.
I did chocolate chip cookies, but it was in an RV...doesn't help ya much, I know. I've heard good things about the Costco type ovens, though, for basic baking.
FaeTora wrote:well its better than nothing right? I only bake at home and even then it is minimal. I did alot for awhile trying to make breads that I could eat that were good but in the end, all I make are cookies now and then and cook but I leave baking to people with vastly more skill.
FaeTora wrote:That would be neat but I'd probably just hand out forks.
Minxy wrote:Or, if you know anyone who will have an RV in or near your camp, you could arrange to borrow their oven. Cookies and/or other baked goods for oven time? We did that with our RV. It's still self-reliant, you're not being moochy!
I have had this one a few years. People seem surprised when they smell pizza. Good as a toaster oven. Haven't actually tried to bake anything.
Less than a hundred bucks.
AntiM wrote:We have one of those ovens, have tested it camping but not on the playa. We have small pans, and aluminum ones to recycle. It takes some practice and watching, but we made fresh biscuits and sweet rolls. We cheated and used the prepackaged ones because making fresh on the playa would take too much prep and clean up. we may make dough to take. Larry has built a nice cabinet for it. So far so good.
Who has tried baking bread on the playa? Cookies? Cakes?
phil wrote:Baking on the playa can be done, but you need to change how you're thinking about it. A nice big Weber is about the interior space of your home oven. Solar ovens can be huge.
bm_cricket wrote: I make things you can eat. It's a hobby, maybe it's a problem.. but I like to cook, bake, brew..
FaeTora wrote:your from Texas? or did you come in from a nearby state?
Haven't been to Flipside but I know many who have. They are a good set of people. very sweet and kind. At least the ones I met.
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