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... off you go then. And don't forget my tea!

« on: Sat 10 November, 2012 - 12:04 pm »

   to new stove and how sad is my life? 

Gas hobbs and lecy oven   

New fandangly things called 'slide out baking pan and universal pan'.  It's a Bosch so those who know, do I put baking directly onto the slide out trays (which is what I gleen from reading the instruction manual  eek ) or do I remove the slide out trays/pans and use the normal wire rack? 

Seems like a dumb question I know but these things have changed markedly since the last time I had a new stove (30+yrs) ...

Am sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo loving being back on gas cooking though  yeahhhhhhhhhhhhh
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« Reply #1 on: Wed 7 August, 2013 - 09:46 pm »

I have a gas top stove /stand alone oven, and a smaller (ok, regular sized) under bench oven.

I don't use the trays provided except to hold the tinfoil to stop the little burney bits from sticking if and when something overflows...  I just use regular ceramic bakeware in mine.

Ooh Ooh Ooh did you get the one with the rotisserie thingamabobbie or the plug in temperature probe for roasts?

Love my Bosch Ovens!!!

Riding the wings of change!
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