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Old 12-20-2018, 06:50 PM   #1
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Cooking?

So the tag line for this topic says,



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WIT, Rallies, hobbies, cooking, photography, pets, fun, relaxation and general conversation.

I've looked back to 2009 and really didn't see anything about cooking. Something about hauling a green egg (but no ham), and a kitchen remodel, but that was about it.


Do y'all not eat? Or is there another area somewhere? Or do ya just microwave everything?


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Old 12-23-2018, 09:55 AM   #2
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Not sure what you are looking for.

Our RV us just like living in a small apartment and we cook pretty much like we do in a house.
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Old 02-28-2019, 03:08 PM   #3
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I actually do more cooking when we rv, than at home! At home I can think up all kinds of excuses to go out to eat, but camping, I like to cook. I make a lot of casseroles like mac and cheese, or cowboy (hamburger, mushroom soup, cheese, and tator tots), etc. It's one reason I wanted both a convection oven for when we're plugged in, and a gas oven for all our dry camping. Otherwise, I pretty mucy do the same things I do at home.
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Old 11-19-2019, 12:37 AM   #4
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Past chef

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So the tag line for this topic says,






I've looked back to 2009 and really didn't see anything about cooking. Something about hauling a green egg (but no ham), and a kitchen remodel, but that was about it.


Do y'all not eat? Or is there another area somewhere? Or do ya just microwave everything?


So in my earlier life I was a chef and Iíve carried that on into our RV life. We have an induction stove top for our outdoor kitchen, a gas grill for the outdoor cooking and the charcoal grill if they allow fires. We also have a souis vide that we bring on board to reheat prepackaged meals weíve cooked at home, and a Instant Pot for slow cooked meals. The only thing I donít bring, is my smoker, but thatís only because Iím over my GVRW.😲
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Old 11-19-2019, 02:56 PM   #5
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Cook all the time. BBq or 2 burner stove with griddle. We always do lots of cooking when we are with our RV group. When we are by ourselves we still cook most of our meals go out once in a great while.
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Old 11-23-2019, 01:56 PM   #6
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My husband and I are vegans and have done some traveling in western Canada (BC, Yukon, Alberta) the past couple of years. We would book motels with kitchenettes as we couldn't reliably find restaurants that catered to our diet, and found that the motels with kitchenettes were inconvenient as we had to pack our food and cookware in and out of each place, and the places were either very expensive or very gross. So we bought a Minnie Winnie last week and next spring will set forth with our food and cookware in our own Not Gross kitchen and I can't wait to try this RV'ing lifestyle!!!
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Old 11-24-2019, 10:06 AM   #7
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Where's the nearest Jack-In-The-Box!
Just kidding.
DW does most of the cooking. If it needs to be done in the instant pot or air fryer, I'm the cook.
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Old 12-07-2019, 05:18 PM   #8
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We cook everything while camping that we do at home. My wife will melt for a pan seared filet with sauteed mushrooms.
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The DW loves cooking over the fire so we do that whenever possible. We carry a portable grate and a grilling basket with a handle. I'll get the fire going while she fixes up potatoes and veggies, etc. in tin foil with seasoning & butter for the grilling basket. Then she grills up a variety of meats with seasonings. Can't beat it and she enjoys it (well, me too). If the fire isn't doable, we also carry a small Weber charcoal grill. When that's not doable either, we just use the kitchen as one would at home. A couple times a week we'll eat out too, we like checking out the Mom & Pop places and avoid the chain restaurants.
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