Have kitchen, will travel! One of the best things about traveling in an RV rental from A&M RV Center, is having a stocked and supplied kitchen, ready to use at any time. There is no need to go out of your way to find a restaurant! Cooking and preparing meals in an RV kitchen does have its unique challenges, and you may need to make a few adjustments to your typical meal plans. Here are a few tips on how to be a successful RV cook.

Grilling is a Great Choice for RV Cooking

1. Think “simple meals”.

Plan fairly simple meals that require little to no hard work in the kitchen. You don’t want to spend a lot of time cooking when you’re exploring Alaska’s beautiful outdoors. Use your grill, make no-cook meals like sandwiches, and enjoy eggs or cereal for breakfast.

2. Bring a few spices and staples.

Make a general meal plan for your trip. It doesn’t have to be set in stone, but having some ideas of what and when you’ll eat will make grocery shopping more efficient. Then you’ll know what shelf-stable spices and staples you’ll want to bring along. Salt, pepper, taco seasoning, olive oil, and some grill rubs are good choices. Love fresh garlic? Bring a jar of minced garlic – it tastes the same and you’ll save on washing a cutting board.

3. Use paper plates.

Speaking of saving on washing a cutting board, bring along paper plates to use as well. When your grey water tank starts running low and you’re miles from a campground with water hookups, washing dishes is the first thing to go! Make your life a little easier by using paper plates (more environmentally friendly than Styrofoam or plastic).

With an RV or motorhome rental from A&M RV Center, located in Anchorage, Alaska, you’ll have everything you need to have a great time. For just $20 per person, you can reserve linens, towels, and cookware. (The fee is waived for rentals over seven days.) Ready to get started? Reserve your RV today by calling (907) 279-5508.

Source: 100 Days of Real Food