More than 300 time-tested recipes and tips make this book asindispensable aboard an RV as a road map. Groene, who lived aboard for 10 years, reveals her secrets for making camp cookery fun.
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There's more to RV cooking than warming a can of Dinty Moore. And although on the surface, a modern RV galley looks much like the familiar home kitchen, there are important differences--among them limited water and drainage, no dishwasher or garbage disposal, and scarce cupboard and counter space. And then there's time. Few RVers want to spend their vacation in the kitchen, slaving over the "one-dish meal" that actually requires many pans and bowls before it ends up in one pot, or the "quick" recipe that starts with a step that takes hours and uses half your scarce propane. Face it: The old standard cookbook you've used for years just doesn't work for people bent on having a relaxing good time in a self-contained minihome that goes 55 miles per hour.
Janet Groene lived full time aboard an RV for ten years, still spends much of the year aboard one, and writes a long-running and very popular food column in Family Motor Coaching magazine. In Cooking Aboard Your RV, she reveals her secrets for saving time, fuel, and dish washing; adding flavor with minimum fuss; getting through rainy days; making substitutions for forgotten ingredients; making camp cookery a fun project for the entire family; and minimizing the RV galley's impact on the planet. She assumes you want recipes for foods that are good to eat and to look at, healthful and nutritious, and fairly quick and easy to cook without making undue mess, and recipes that mesh with the casual, active, chic, and health-conscious outdoor lifestyle.
With more than 300 time-tested recipes and tips from a master RV cook, this book is as indispensable aboard your RV as a road map.
" . . . dozens of recipes to tempt the traveler. . . . a very friendly, straightforward, and useful book."--Travel Books Worldwide
Cooking Aboard Your RV is a complete guide, both for long-term liveaboards and casual weekenders, distilled from the author's ten years' experience and her long-running cooking column in Family Motor Coaching magazine. While RV cooks usually have ovens, refrigerators, and a small freezer, they face unique problems: limited water, insufficient counter space, and little room for the many extra appliances common in today's kitchens. With these considerations in mind, Groene has written the authoritative cookbook for RV cooks.
"Whether you plan to spend a weekend or a very long time on your RV, this book will be helpful. . . . An authoritative cookbook for RV cooks."--Press Journal (Vero Beach, Florida)
" . . . reveals [Groene's] secrets to fast, enjoyable, inexpensive cooking on the road."--RVing Women
" . . . will help anyone make practical decisions when outfitting an RV kitchen."--Camping & RV
" . . . a terrific and practical book. . . . excellent tips on what to cook and where to store it."--The Courier-Gazette (Rockland, Maine)From the Inside Flap:
Fast, Convenient, and Delicious RV Cooking
Cooking Aboard Your RV is your perfect traveling companion. Janet Groene, author of Living Aboard Your RV and Great Eastern RV Trips, tells you what you need to know to create meals on the go that are healthy, easy to prepare, and delicious. Her tips include how to:
*outfit the RV galley
*deal with restricted space, water, and fuel
*substitute ingredients and store food safely
*and much more
More important, this second edition offers 270 tasty, time-tested recipes along with dozens of hints and time-saving ideas that will add convenience, variety, and spice to your RV meals.
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Book Description Tab Books, 1993. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070249008
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