On the Road with RVers
Make the most of meal time
10 Tips For Cooking In An RV
Figuring out what to cook can be one of the more challenging aspects of traveling in an RV. Operating in a tiny kitchen space, with limited storage, all while living in a state of transit isn’t exactly easy to jump right into. That’s why we’re sharing our top tips to make cooking in your RV feel less stressful and more like a vacation!
RV Meal Timesavers
For me, meal time can be a little stressful. I enjoy cooking when I’m plugged into power in a campground, but on the go I can slip into the habit of eating out if I don’t do a little planning and incorporate a few meal timesavers.
Finding Farmers Markets While RVing
Did you know that RV dealers that reopened in early May reported that their monthly sales were up 170 percent? The global pandemic has definitely fueled interest in recreational vehicles including RVs, campers and travel trailers because RV travel is the perfect solution to social distancing while traveling.
Make-Ahead Italian Hoagies
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Chorizo O'Brien Hash
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Building an Epic Charcuterie Board while Camping
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Cast Iron Shrimp in Garlic Butter
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Packing Up at the Campground
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6 Trip-Planning Apps for RVing
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6 Best Navigation Apps for RVing
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RVing in the Mountains - 8 Campgrounds with Gorgeous Views
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Meet Our Contributors
Jeremy and Stephanie Puglisi are the co-hosts of the weekly RV Family Travel Atlas and Campground of the Week podcasts, as well as the creators of the RVFTA Podcast Network. They are also the authors of The Idiots Guide to RV Vacations and the Acadia National Park Adventure Guide. After buying their very first pop up camper six years ago, Jeremy and Stephanie caught the RV bug in a big way, and now spend over 70 nights a year in their travel trailer with their three sons, Theo, Max, and Wes, and sweet Maggie the pup. You can follow along on their adventures (and misadventures) over at RV Family Travel Atlas.
Upon learning of their youngest daughter’s severe food allergies, Jennifer and Jerome Braga knew that traditional life, traditional social activities and traditional travel was going to be out of the question. So in 2013 they purchased their first travel trailer and set out to experience some quality family time in a food safe, allergy-free environment. After their first year, the family caught the RVing bug and they purchased a brand new 28-foot travel trailer with the ideal kitchen to support their family’s travels around New England. Today they take their business on the road in the winter months, homeschool, and tour the southern United States in their new 42-foot Fifth Wheel. Their journey, their allergy story, and their savory recipes can be followed through their blog at www.ouronechance.com.
After 11 years in the trenches of the NFL, Keith Sims was ready for a change of pace. Little did he know his wife, Tia, had been plotting for this moment for years, and had long ago decided that they and their three boys were going to discover new roads in an RV. They now spend more than 100 days and nights each year touring the country, and use the travel experiences to enhance the boys’ homeschool education.
In 2016, Luis and Sandra decided it was time for their family to start collecting experiences and not junk. Now, as an RVing family of four, they work to inspire others to live their definition of freedom while they teach their children by example. Follow along as they fulfill their passion for travel and personal development at 1st Class RV Adventures.
In 2011, the Newschool Nomads sold almost all their stuff to hit the road for a full time RVing adventure. They intended to spend one year traveling but fell in love with the RV life so much that one year turned into four! Now settled in Colorado, they enjoy RVing every chance they get and look forward to returning to the full time RV life once “the Bigs” fly the nest. They are passionate about encouraging families to get out and explore, connect, and make memories that will last a lifetime.
Mark Polk and his wife Dawn created RV Education 101, a video production and RV information company. Since 1999, RV Education 101 has helped educate millions of RV owners and RV enthusiasts on how to properly and safely use and maintain their RVs. Mark’s favorite past times are RVing in their 35-foot Type A motorhome with their two dogs Gracie and Roxie, and restoring vintage RVs, classic cars and trucks. For more information on using, enjoying and maintaining your RV, visit RV Education 101.
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