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Kitchen – A Short Walk-Through

 

When it comes time to get dinner on the table, all the helpful products we carry in our kitchen accessories section will be sure to have you cooking like a pro in no time. This is where to come when you're looking for small appliances, cookware, housewares, glassware, kitchen essentials, space savers, thermometers, kitchen tools, trash handling and accessories for your kitchen.

 

One of the many pleasurable mom...

Kitchen – A Short Walk-Through

 

When it comes time to get dinner on the table, all the helpful products we carry in our kitchen accessories section will be sure to have you cooking like a pro in no time. This is where to come when you're looking for small appliances, cookware, housewares, glassware, kitchen essentials, space savers, thermometers, kitchen tools, trash handling and accessories for your kitchen.

 

One of the many pleasurable moments in taking your RV on the road is the fact that you can cook along the way. Cooking the food you like on your RV kitchen will allow your traveling companions to skip on fast foods, enjoy good old home cooking, while at the same time also saving you some money.

 

Depending on the size of your RVs, your budget, and the type of kitchen you want, there are a whole lot of choices to meet your culinary needs on the road. Here’s a brief guide to different RV kitchens.

 

Kitchen types

Class A kitchens are usually inside the biggest RVs there are and certainly boasts of being the biggest and the most well-equipped. The only things missing would be the sprawling counter tops and a dishwasher. Hand-washing the dishes is not all that bad, either.

 

Class B kitchens are small, but they have all you need to cook a decent meal, only in miniature. The designers are clever with their space-saving techniques but they don’t have much to flaunt. (Ovens cannot be accommodated.) They have a small refrigerator, two-burner stoves, and a single-basin sink.

 

Some of the smaller class C kitchens also skip the oven and go small with the sink and refrigerator to save on space. Most, however, have full-size sinks, an oven and a stove, a refrigerator and a microwave.

 

The fifth-wheel kitchens are the biggest and have most of the space there is in an RV, but still without a dishwasher.

 

Appliances and equipment

Not all RV kitchens have ovens. Some do but are largely unused because it is hard to get them started. You need to relight them every time when used, and they have the tendency to cook unevenly.

 

RV stoves are gas-powered and they only have two burners (or sometimes three).  Cooking might then need an extra planning to cook all the food you want.

 

Microwaves work the same way it does at home. Only, the RV can only pull a limited 30 or 50 amperes of power at one time. It is easy to trip a circuit breaker if you are using a hair dryer, toaster,