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05 Oct
White Chicken Chili at the Campground

White Chicken Chili at the Campground

We’ve got a pretty long history with this white chicken chili. About twenty years ago, Jeremy and I spent a lot of time in Ohio. I was going to college in Michigan and Jeremy would drive out for long weekends at our friends’ house in Akron. Andrea and Mark were such wonderful hosts to us, stepping in as our college Mom and Dad, and they would spend all weekend feeding us the comfort foods we needed so desperately. One of Andrea’s favorite meals at the time was a White Chicken Chili, and we enjoyed it often enough that it... Read More
22 Sep
Which Blackstone Griddle is Right For You?

Which Blackstone Griddle is Right For You?

Last spring I bought my first Blackstone Griddle. The 22″ Tabletop Griddle to be exact. I am an amateur cook trying to make up for years of letting my hard-working wife take care of all of the food prep and cooking…both at home and at the campground.  Learning to cook has been incredibly exciting, but overwhelming at the same time. I love gear and equipment that makes cooking easier for me, and from what I had read and watched online, the Blackstone Griddles could “make a mediocre cook great.” I was just hoping that it... Read More
22 Jun
Kate’s Epic RV Trip Meal Plan: 5 Weeks, 5 People, Full Bellies

Kate’s Epic RV Trip Meal Plan: 5 Weeks, 5 People, Full Bellies

Kate Dunbar knows her way around the RV kitchen. She also knows a thing or two about meal planning for a 5-week epic RV trip with her family. Lucky for us, she offered to share her RV Trip Meal Plan with the RVFTA community. In this post, you’ll find the two-part Facebook Live series, plus a bunch of downloadable goodies to help you prepare for a longer RV trip. The good news is you can also use a lot of these resources for quick weekend getaways as well. Use the menu planning PDF to make a standard weekend camping menu. Then fill out... Read More
21 Feb
Cast Iron Cooking Tips for the Campground

Cast Iron Cooking Tips for the Campground

I don’t know a camper around that doesn’t have a piece or two of cast iron. That work horse of the fire ring or kitchen delivers time and time again. The rules are basically the same since its creation over two thousand years ago, season it well and dry it thoroughly after every cleaning. Cast iron cooking allows you to bake, grill, sear, stew, braise, sauté, caramelize, and brown just about any food. Baking biscuits in a Dutch oven are the all time camping food staple. Those soft and yet crisp edged biscuits have warmed hearts, bellies and... Read More
26 Oct
3 Easy and Delicious Recipes for RV Tailgating

3 Easy and Delicious Recipes for RV Tailgating

Food is a pretty important part of the whole tailgating experience. Everyone wants a delicious spread, but RV tailgating experts tell us that you better keep the food pretty simple if you really want to have fun spending time with your family, friends, and fellow fans. Lucky for us, RVFTA listener Kelli Hall has three favorite tailgating recipes that she was willing to pass along. They all sound completely yummy and ridiculously simple…which is the perfect RV tailgating combination! You can download and print recipe cards by clicking... Read More
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