Category: Food & Drink: Cooking, Recipes, Tips & More

Cooking over the campfire is one of the greatest memories you can create at the campsite.  Tons of great tips, tricks, ideas, and recipes from members and bloggers all over the US for your campsite and RV travel cooking needs.

A couple lounges outside of a silver bullet travel trailer.

5 Cookout Recipes for a Memorial Day Barbecue Blast

Feel the heat for memorial day barbecue flavor. Campground chefs, start your grills! Memorial Day weekend signals the official start of barbecue season, and we want you to wield the tongs and spatula like a pro during your travels. That’s why we’ve canvased our team of experienced camping bloggers for tried-and-true campground recipes. The results
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Making smores around the campfire

10 Key Items to Pack for Your First RV Rental Adventure

So you decided to take the plunge into the RV lifestyle. You have made the wise decision to rent an RV to see if you like the experience or the type of RV. You have navigated the RV rental options, like Good Sam’s rentals. Your trip is only a few days away, and the euphoria
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Beer glass with ocean in the background

BC Beer: 13 Top Craft Breweries in Vancouver

Move over Portland, there’s another city winning over beer lovers in the Pacific Northwest. Between Vancouver’s beaches and mountain peaks is a thriving craft beer scene gaining accolades and finding fame across the globe. You’ll find breweries peppered throughout the city, with beer hubs centered around East Vancouver (aka “Yeast Van”) and the Mount Pleasant
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Man and two girls gaze upon the eerie Tent Rocks

Vibrant Desert Delights: Savoring Spring in Santa Fe, New Mexico

A nexus of New Mexico culture, Santa Fe welcomes the spring season with a long menu of festivals and events. Check out the  Northern New Mexico Fine Arts & Crafts Guild on May 28-29. See creativity at its most inspired at second-largest art market in North America, located in the heart of the city. And
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Neon-lit entertainment district in urban area.

Nashville: A Hit for Traveling Music Fans

From the soulful sound of the Fisk Jubilee Singers to the promulgation of country music from the stage of The Grand Old Opry to Taylor Swift strumming her guitar in the Bluebird Café, Nashville has earned its nickname as Music City U.S.A. If you want to beat the big crowds and still enjoy all the
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Woman relaxing on hammock in the beach.

Explore Florida’s Untamed Coast in Levy County and Cedar Key

Levy County is an untamed slice of Florida’s Gulf Coast. Here, you’ll find rivers winding through lush forests and a profusion of wildlife that thrives in expansive public lands. After adventures on the mainland, head out to Cedar Key to savor a laid-back community that epitomizes “Old Florida.” Cedar Key: Great for Snowbirding Situated on
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Overhead shot of corn on green dish.

Elote Love: Instant Pot Mexican-Style Street Corn

If you’ve never had elote, you’re missing out! This zesty and creamy corn dish is a popular Mexican street food that’s often sold in food trucks and restaurants. Elote transforms your regular, boring corn on the cob into a delicious side dish with lime, chili and cheesy flavors. Elote is typically grilled, and this recipe
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Feast on a Red and White Tablecloth by an RV in the Forest

Celebrate RV Friendsgiving With Camping Buddies

If you’re not traveling to see family this Thanksgiving, hosting an RV Friendsgiving is a great alternative for a stress-free celebration. For those of you staying in RV parks or campgrounds near friends, you should know how to host a Friendsgiving gathering in your RV.  How Many Friends Can You Host in Your RV? First,
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Crowds stroll a neon-lit street

9 Tantalizing Reasons to Experience New Orleans

The Big Easy. Crescent City. NOLA. Birthplace of Jazz. No matter what you call this Louisiana city on the Mississippi, New Orleans never loses its allure. After all, New Orleans is one of the most beloved cities in the U.S. and home to the infamous Bourbon Street and historic French Quarter. But there’s more than
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Tackling RV Fridge Troubles in October’s Mark My Words

Hi all! This month, we’ve got questions on various RV appliances. Remember to send your RVing questions to [email protected] Hi Mark, We’ve noticed an increase of icing on our fridge-cooling fins. It is the original Norcold fridge in our 1996 Itasca Sunrise. Food remains cold at a midrange setting and the freezer seems to keep
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Kid-friendly recipes — Salmon fish tacos with mango, avocado, tomato, spring onion and lime. Mexican food

Kid Eats: Top 10 Kid-Friendly Camping Recipes

In every camping escapade, from the early mornings to starry nights, only two things are constant: campfires and food. For children, camp stories will be an addition. While camping, a child’s vivid and nostalgic memories revolve around these three. Cooking by the campfire, especially with its varying temperatures, which will need extensive patience from everyone,
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