Coffee makers come in every shape, size, weight, color and complexity. But finding the best coffee brewer to fit our RV lifestyle is as complex as the coffee brewers themselves. So, we did a little research to see which coffee makers and coffee brew stations measured up for RV living and camping.
Living in an RV, van, camper, boat or tiny house sure has space limitations; especially in the kitchen. But if you prepare and cook whole meals or just want the luxury of push-button technology, trying to find the right kitchen appliances can be a challenge. Well, after years of the RV lifestyle and camping experience, we figured out what works in small kitchens.
Did you know a simple paper coffee filter can provide many other uses other than for brewing coffee? We’ve found quite a few coffee filter hacks that can be used not only in your household but also in RVs and camping.
Can you believe it’s holiday time again? It seems like I just wrote last year’s Top 25 Gifts for RV and Campers! Well, it’s that time again to start shopping for your favorite RVer or outdoor enthusiast! Unlike those who don’t live in RVs or campers, these gifts are practical and necessary. No more goofy ties or tacky sweaters.
Our Most Popular Holiday Gift Ideas for RVers this year is chocked full of awesome goodies that you’ll even want to get for yourself!
When we find a product that just makes us all giddy inside, we find ourselves eager to shout it from our RV rooftop. This product review isn’t necessarily an RV or camper component or really RV specific. You’re probably wondering “why on earth would we do a product review on a simple coffee mug?” Well, the answer really isn’t that simple. Continue to read why we’ve rated them as being the absolute last coffee mug you’ll ever buy…
Face it, we all have a love-hate relationship with our French Press coffee makers. I love the robust body and flavor of my favorite coffees but UGH! But I absolutely hate cleaning the used coffee grounds out of my French Press. And as a full-time RVer who boondocks with very limited water, this has become a huge issue! So, I set myself on a mission to find a way to make French Press coffee without having to worry about cleaning out the used coffee grounds.
Making coffee sounds simple, right? You turn on your Keurig, put the little pod or K-Cup into the holder, push down the mechanism, put your cup under and push the button. VOILA! Hot cup of coffee right at your fingertips!
But no…that’s not how we do it. Well, that’s not how we do it ‘now’. Four years after starting our RV adventures, we’ve been through a slew of different methods of making our daily coffee rations.