Kitchen items in OKW GV

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  1. melk

    melk DIS Veteran

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    We'll have 10 of us in a GV this summer. The plan is to eat all our breakfasts in the villa each morning. We would like to make pancakes, french toast, that sort of thing. At home I have a great 20" electric skillet that I make all those things on. Does the villa have any type of big skillet to make pancakes? I don't really want to have to make them 2 at a time in a little pan :confused3 .

    Thanks!:wave2:
     
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  3. spiceycat

    spiceycat dvc-blt,vwl,bwv

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    the website says

    'Eight-piece cookware set (pots, pans and lids)
    Casserole dishes, measuring cups and spoons, colander, cutting board and cookie sheet
    Paring knife, cook's knife, tongs, serving spoon, serving fork, can opener, bottle opener and corkscrew '

    it doesn't tell you the size of anything.

    I think they are the same as a 2-bedroom.

    one small and one large - but don't remember if the large was 20"
     
  4. melk

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    Thanks for looking that up for me, I don't think they have what I'm thinking of (mine is a big rectangle).

    I wonder what DH would think if I packed it, hmmm.......:rolleyes:
     
  5. wildernessDad

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    You could pack it. Just check it in with a DME tag and you are good to go. We took advantage of that and packed a suitcase with bottled water and an air mattress. It worked out well.
     
  6. dianeschlicht

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    I usually pack a flat griddle that fits across two of the burners. It works great and is non-stick. It packs flat in the bottom of a suitcase too.
     
  7. AInWonderland

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    If I remember there was only one large round skillet. We brought one from home so that we could be done quicker.
     
  8. pilferk

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    http://allearsnet.com/acc/bwv_kit.htm

    I love debs site.....and once again, it provides a comprehensive answer. I've actually got this paged bookmarked. :) I think the GV's have the same stuff, just more place settings.
     
  9. spiceycat

    spiceycat dvc-blt,vwl,bwv

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    sorry but Deb's site doesn't give the inches of the skillet. that is what she needs.
     
  10. pilferk

    pilferk Jambo Wildbunch Gang

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    I disagree.

    The question was, I believe, "Does the villa have any type of big skillet to make pancakes? ".

    Debs site says:

    --1 small skillet
    --1 medium skillet

    I think that answers the question, without needing to provide a specific measurement, since I think pretty much everyone (including the OP, by their indication) would consider a 20" skillet at the very least a LARGE or BIG skillet.
     

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