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Old 05-22-2014, 04:54 AM   #1
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Oven size

Would someone please tell me what the inside dimensions are for the oven in a 38 GK? Ours is far away in storage and we are trying to provision our kitchen. Thank you very much.
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Old 05-22-2014, 01:03 PM   #2
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Our 38GK oven is 16"wide, 16"Tall, 15"deep. Inside the oven itself not the opening for the stove to slide into the wall opening.
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Old 05-22-2014, 02:37 PM   #3
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Thank you. I had measured one at the RV Show back in January and had the inside measurement of 14" stuck in my head. Not many baking stones, pans, etc. would fit that. 16" makes a big difference.
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Old 05-22-2014, 02:53 PM   #4
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We opten not to get the oven, just couldn't see using it much so we opted to upgrade the microwave to one that cooks with induction...love it and love having the extra space for storage [two extra drawers].
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Old 05-22-2014, 03:00 PM   #5
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The interior shelves of our GK measure 13.5 x 15" - smaller than we'd like, but we'll learn to make due. I'll have to saw off the handles on our ceramic lasagne pan! :-) I'm not giving up lasagne!I'd wait and measure, since there seem to be two differently-sized oven units that they use.
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Old 05-22-2014, 04:07 PM   #6
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I had visions of cutting also, but somehow seemed a little rednecky, especially for a Redwood. We love lasagna but have switched to a crockpot recipe.
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I had visions of cutting also, but somehow seemed a little rednecky, especially for a Redwood. We love lasagna but have switched to a crockpot recipe.
Thanks for the great idea, Linda - I've changed the name of my recipe to "Redneck Lasagne." :-)
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Thanks for the great idea, Linda - I've changed the name of my recipe to "Redneck Lasagne." :-)
We have no problems cooking lasagna or even a complete Thanksgiving dinner in the Wedgewood Vision oven and stove. We just use the breast portion of the turkey... ummm! My better half even makes a manly quiche (large chunks of ham and swiss cheese) and pies. Yumm!
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Old 05-22-2014, 11:47 PM   #9
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For some reason, everything tastes better that comes from the camper oven
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Old 05-23-2014, 12:19 AM   #10
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I cooked a 11 lb turkey last year in the Wedgewood Vision oven. Also I looked around for a baking pan that would fit for some time, and finally found one at HEB in Texas.
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I've done a couple of Beef Wellingtons and a full tray of Yorkshire Pudding in the RW oven. I lay a sheet of Aluminium foil, shiny side down, on the rack directly above the burner, ensuring it has gaps at the edges for the heat to rise.

This helps to dissipate the heat and I find it stops the food burning on the bottom where it is directly above the burner.
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I've done a couple of Beef Wellingtons and a full tray of Yorkshire Pudding in the RW oven. I lay a sheet of Aluminium foil, shiny side down, on the rack directly above the burner, ensuring it has gaps at the edges for the heat to rise.

This helps to dissipate the heat and I find it stops the food burning on the bottom where it is directly above the burner.
Great tip! It will save us from roasting a Burnt Wellington ... Thanks!
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My wife found one of those double layer cookie sheet thingies (I have no idea why they are double layered) and it fits near perfect in the oven. That has become our method for dissipating the heat and it just stays in there permanent. We were looking for a nice square pizza stone that fit, but have yet to find one.
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My wife found one of those double layer cookie sheet thingies (I have no idea why they are double layered) and it fits near perfect in the oven. (Quoted from Atom Ant)

Brad, I know you're good with posting pictures, maybe you could get one of the "cookie sheet thingies" or tell us what/where you got said "cookie sheet thingies?" Thanks.
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I'm not sure of the brand, but it's like these:

http://airbake.com/

It has two layers with an annular space between that makes the heat even across the sheet. She actually doesn't like using them for some reason, which is why they ended up in the camper and by luck the 12X14 is the one I believe fit in the oven. Probably came from Bed, Bath and Beyond.
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My wife found one of those double layer cookie sheet thingies (I have no idea why they are double layered) and it fits near perfect in the oven. (Quoted from Atom Ant)

Brad, I know you're good with posting pictures, maybe you could get one of the "cookie sheet thingies" or tell us what/where you got said "cookie sheet thingies?" Thanks.
Our round pizza stone fits perfectly in the gas oven - great for crispy-crust artisan bread, too. Haven't tried it in the convection/microwave oven yet, though. Has anyone?
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I guess it would make sense a pizza stone would be round - we keep looking for a square one. Somewhere years ago someone had them that fit these little ovens perfect and they even had a fancy glazed patter on top.
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We also use one of the double layer cookie sheets, on the solid tray above the burner, and my wife bakes cookies, cakes, and roasted turkey breasts with no burning of the bottoms. BBB has them, and with the $5.00 coupons, they are very inexpensive for the set of 3.
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Thanks all. We've spent the last 2 days at BBB provisioning our Redwood. Will go back and look for the double layer racks.

We have two stones from Pampered Chef and love them, a 14 3/4" round and a 12x15" rectangle.
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I am so glad to hear we are not the only people who have spent the last 2 (ok 4) days at BBB stocking our new RW!
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