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Simple and easy recipes and food ideas for around the campfire or on the road in your motorhome

The tamale wrapped in banana leaf is a Veracruz-style tamale. The others are traditional Mexican tamales wrapped in corn husks.

Tamales: The Perfect Portable Food

  While I love to cook in my motorhome, sometimes I just run out of gas (so to speak) and want delicious comfort food without...
The Back Harbour region provides the perfect setting for a Newfoundland “boil up” on the beach.

Road Foodie: Experience Twillingate

February is the month of love, and nothing says “I love you” better than your sweetheart’s favorite pie. Unfortunately, I’ve never mastered making a...
At the Hammond’s factory retail store, visitors can buy all types of candies.

Road Foodie: Hammond’s and Holiday Peppermint Bark

  Candy comes to mind at this sweet time of year, and no one does holiday treats better than Hammond’s Candies (www.hammondscandies.com), an old-time candy...
Close up of five deep purple blackberries in green bush

Forest Jewels: Wild Mountain Blackberries

In northern climates like the Pacific Northwest, a little forest jewel is ripening – wild mountain blackberries.   For RVers who are traveling to Oregon,...
Thumbprint cookies

Delectable Thumbprint Cookies

Have you ever looked for the perfect thumbprint cookie recipe only to find yourself trying batch after batch, and still not being satisfied? Well,...
Road Foodie - Pizza with fried egg

Road Foodie: The Egg & I

  I’m in love with eggs. They’re versatile, quick and easy to prepare, and low in calories. You’re probably thinking, “Aren’t eggs full of cholesterol and...
A single artichoke plant will produce several artichokes each season for 5-10 years.

Road Foodie: Grilled Holiday Artichokes

During the holidays, we always make some traditional dishes, but I like to find something to add a new “wow” to the table. This...

On a Roll

  When cinnamon, sugar and butter come together in a breakfast pastry, it’s heavenly.   And when I’m traveling in my motorhome, it’s always worth a...
Road Foodie - Lemons and Lemonade

Road Foodie: Lighten Up with Lemons

  The holidays are behind us and, if you’re like me, all those sweets, cocktails and high-calorie foods have left you bloated, out of sorts...
Road Foodie - Bar

Road Foodie: Baldwin Saloon and Brussels Sprouts

  I love eating at a place with a sense of history, and the Baldwin Saloon in The Dalles, located in Oregon’s beautiful Columbia River...
SeaSucker’s Waste Band

SeaSucker’s Waste Band: Simple Solution for the Garbage Conundrum

Plastic waste bags are a convenient way for motorhome owners to contain and dispose of garbage, but they can be difficult to access when...
KING Extend LTE/cell signal booster

KING Extend Signals Better Cell Reception

  Part of the allure of the motorhome lifestyle is to get away from it all, but that can also mean “getting away” from reliable...
DIY paper towel holder for motorhome

Motorhome Quick Tip: Paper Towel Bar

  If necessity is the mother of invention, I’m sure the inventor owns a motorhome. Due to limited wall- and counterspace, there isn’t a good...

RV Tech Savvy: Wonky Windshield Wipers

  I have a 2015 Thor Challenger 37 GT with 22,000 miles on the odometer. On a trip to the Southwest, our windshield wipers went...
A woman examines a shell picked up on Sanibel Isalnd beach

From St. Mark’s to Sanibel Island, Lighthouses are Just the Beginning

A bit out of the way but worth the journey, hiking, birding and manatees fill in between lighthouses on Florida's Gulf Coast As the saying...