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We cook all the time, and use our electric stove when docked, and propane when not.

Everything tastes better cooked on the water.
 

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I can see using it now that we have a larger boat that actually has space to store a pan. Plus on our 27, we really just day boated, whereas with a 32 now it will be more comfortable to stay on the boat overnight and on weekends.

I think I only used the microwave twice on the last boat.
 

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On our last boat, we used our stove all of the time. I'd keep an extra bottle of marine stove alcohol because we'd go through it so quickly.

Of course, on land, we'd use the electric part of the stove a lot too. Especially in the fall when it was cold and I'd forget the ceramic heater at home
 

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QUOTE(Suck My Wake @ Aug 28 2009, 07:35 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>First time posting a poll, hopefully I did it right.

I'm hoping Tango chimes in on this topic.. I guess he has 3, Yes a 3 burner stove. Their are so many different things you can do with three burners, It really does take boating to the next level.

Myself.. I'm lazy and just Microwave my food on the water.
 

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QUOTE(SAILOR @ Aug 28 2009, 10:31 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Three burner stove with oven/broiler, problem is ---wife doesn't cook!

I understand! I cook at home, but on the water, that's my vacation. We've cooked a couple of times when docked at Cedar Point or Metro Beach. Otherwise, we run to breakfast at Riverside or lunch/dinner at Browns.
 

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We use ours all the time too, mostly for breakfast. If we plan on being out for a few days straight, I'll pre-cook some bacon or sausage at home and then heat it up in the pan in the morning along with some eggs, onions and green peppers... heat up some pre-cooked potatos and mix up a bloody mary... MMMM MMMM... breakfast on the water is good.
 

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Never used the stove or the oven on the boat....Microwave, yes, but haven't had to use the stove/oven. BBQ - A LOT! We had a couple about two slips down from us that used to bake cakes on their boat when docked. He said their boat always smelled delicious when they did.
 

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use mine all the time. usually cook for so many, I bring out the electric skillet for more room. Bake biscuits in the oven sometimes too, or even a Dutch apple pie. YUM!!!

I've made pasta on the stove, sauce in a crock pot ,and veal parm. in the oven. Garlic bread too.
 

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QUOTE(hammer @ Aug 28 2009, 12:17 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>use mine all the time. usually cook for so many, I bring out the electric skillet for more room. Bake biscuits in the oven sometimes too, or even a Dutch apple pie. YUM!!!

I've made pasta on the stove, sauce in a crock pot ,and veal parm. in the oven. Garlic bread too.

Good thing someone in the family cooks...or else I would starve


You're the best Honey!
 
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