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Old 05-06-2015, 06:36 PM   #11
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Mark,
I replied to your PM on this subject but don't know if you got it. Yes, we like the Magma set, ours is the SS, and it's been very easy to clean.
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Old 05-06-2015, 06:40 PM   #12
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Under the stove, we have no oven. They would fit in the cabinet on the other side of the aisle too. I c an try there if you want to know for as a sure thing.
Bob, we have the oven so it can't go there. I want to keep it low if possible and want to make sure I have a good place for it before we order. If you don't mind checking the other side, that would be great and appreciated.

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Old 05-06-2015, 06:48 PM   #13
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We picked up a Stansport stainless nesting set. Pretty happy with it so far, stores nicely. But I have been doing more cooking outside on a griddle as of late.

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I might point out that aluminum is lighter weight than stainless. Yes, there have been allegations of health issues with aluminum, but years of drinking beer from cans hasn't yet made me brain dead. And really, the majority of Escape owners are not......, well, spring chickens and I don't think aluminum cookware will send any of us to the loony bin or an early grave. So I will continue to use my aluminum nested cookware set, drink beer even if it comes from aluminum cans. I just have to find an aluminum ice cream bowl.��
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Oh, and I shoul add, the aluminum cookware is used very little. My RVing attitude is "If I can't grill it and it needs to be cooked, then I'm not going to eat it." That includes meat, vegetables, breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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Under the sink, we have the oven....
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Bob, we have the oven so it can't go there. I want to keep it low if possible and want to make sure I have a good place for it before we order. If you don't mind checking the other side, that would be great and appreciated.

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I have a slider there so you'll have even more room, fits easily. The cabinet is something like 24" deep.
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Thanks everyone for your input! It is really great having folks that are willing to share knowledge and experience.

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Old 05-07-2015, 12:20 AM   #19
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i was going to argue that we easily get by with a sauce pan and a 12" frying pan .... i couldn't argue the value of a good wok
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I like the idea of a good Wok too - gotta get one now. For other cookware I went to Goodwill and Value Village and found some stainless steel Paul Revere stuff in good shape; a couple fry pans and a couple sauce pans all for about $20. It's light, cleans up well and if I happen to lose one no big deal.
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