Just because we live in a small RV with a tiny kitchen doesn’t mean putting out delicious gourmet meals isn’t just a pipe dream. Since downsizing to our tiny Class C motorhome, I’ve formulated a whole new way of meal planning and some RV cooking tips. From storing provisions and ingredients to my much-needed kitchen gadgets, we simply don’t have the storage we were accustomed to before which affected the way I cooked. But now that I have that all down. While we are enjoying our even more nomadic RV lifestyle, I can still chef it up in the kitchen! Just on a much smaller scale.
To me, there is nothing is more euphoric than the smell of bacon frying over a campfire on a cool, crisp Autumn morning. And, watching pancakes being poured onto the griddle completes the perfect, picturesque Norman Rockwell camping scene. But before we can get to the bacon-smelling part, we need some supplies, grilling tools, cookware and other essentials to make your campfire the one everyone wants gather around.
Welcome to The Ultimate Campfire Cooking Gear Guide!
Just in time for Cinco de Mayo week!! Have you ever been stumped on what to have for lunch but you’re so ‘meh’ on slapping a few slices of ham or turkey and cheese between two slices of bread with a little spread and call it a meal? Well, how about making. a Guacamole on a roll sandwich!?
Having been on the road now for going on four years, we’ve learned quickly what we need, wish to have and what we dream about having in our RV galley. When we sold our Kentucky home, we had to pare down from living in a 3200 square foot home to a 42′ 5th wheel with limited galley kitchen cabinet storage and counter space.
Our former RV fifth wheel toy hauler was equipped with an awesome propane stove and oven. However, I wanted another cooking alternative when our RV was hooked up to electricity so we didn’t waste our propane. And then I found this; an induction cooktop to use inside my RV kitchen and outside for another reason.