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Countertop Oven

Dream_InnDream_Inn Member, Moderator Posts: 7,589 mod

Curious if anyone ever looked into using one of the Cuisinart countertop ovens (or other brands)?  Not sure I'd buy one, but it does look interesting for doing some oven type baking/roasting for smaller items.  BuyDig (thru Ebay) has it right now for $60, which seems like a great deal.  We do take a foreman grill (in case it's raining too much to use the regular grill or in a marina where you can't) & sometimes a toaster oven.


http://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-CBO-1000-Central-Countertop-Stainless/dp/B0081R56JE?ie=UTF8&keywords=Cuisinart Oven Central Countertop Oven&qid=1461698663&ref_=sr_1_1&sr=8-1

Dream 'Inn III -- 2008 400 Express

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    Michael TMichael T Member Posts: 7,227 ✭✭✭✭✭
    @DI, I have seen many such ovens used, from what your link shows, to toaster ovens to microwave/convection ovens. As long as one ensures there is sufficient airflow around the units and they won't trip a 15 amp fuse they work great! I predict one would be excellent on a 400 series Rinker.
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    randy56randy56 Member Posts: 4,083 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Whats for dinner? I've had Cuisinart products before very happy with them. 
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    MarkBMarkB Member Posts: 3,967 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I just BBQ on my boat!

    Boat Name: King Kong

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    randy56randy56 Member Posts: 4,083 ✭✭✭✭✭
    @mark, When I smoke at home, I do 6 slabs of baby backs at time, we cut the slab in half, vacum pac, Freeze,  as a treat, we will take them with us on a cruse, warm em up and ya baby! BBQ & Beer. Water, floatin, on the hook, A little Country music, living large! 
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    MarkBMarkB Member Posts: 3,967 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Nice. I just ate dinner and I'm getting hungry thinking about those ribs! Lol. 

    Boat Name: King Kong

    "Boat + Water = Fun"

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    Dream_InnDream_Inn Member, Moderator Posts: 7,589 mod

    Ribs for breakfast right now! MMMMMmmmm.  Mouth is watering!

    I think one of the things we do use at least several times a year on the boat is a crockpot.  Weird, never thought we'd use it there, but we do.

    Dream 'Inn III -- 2008 400 Express

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    ChesapeakeChillerChesapeakeChiller Member Posts: 98 ✭✭
    Randy what kind of smoker do you have and do you have any methods for reheating  bbq on the boat without drying it out? I was thinking putting the vac bag in hot water on stove would be a pain.

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    randy56randy56 Member Posts: 4,083 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I use an Egg, with wood charcoal, do not use liter fluid ( its just me) , Peacan chunks for smoke, Vacum pak then freeze, they will last up a year, We just warm them up the vac bag cannot take much heat they will melt or leak, Same way at home, put in 2 inches of wam water never turn burner over 3. leave em in the bag till warm,  just like they came off the grill.  I'll award winning  post my barbecue. Later, if I can find it,  Typed it up a long time ago.
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