Outdoor Cooking – More Fun Done Outdoors
Sure, the kitchen is great and you've whipped up many great meals on your stove top, but nothing is quite the same as cooking outdoors. Before you head out on your next adventure, take a look through our selection of grills, grilling tools, accessories and outdoor cookwear that will earn you the title of grill master in no time at all.
For the truly outdoorsy-types of RVers, one of the most anticipated pleasures in taking that road trek with their RVs are the chances of doing outdoor cooking. The fun is not just on the food but in everything around it: the cooking, the scenery, the natural smells, the sounds maybe, the look of the sky and the freshly done food by the side of your RV.
Cooking outside of your home is a totally different experience, what with the different ambience, and the many new things around. It may not be as perfect as doing it at home because you may not have everything to cook your food with, except the basics.
Now, what would you be bringing over during your RV trekking adventure for cooking your own food? For those who had been there and done all that (and maybe more), some of the things you can bring and later use are just simple, practical kitchen supplies.
These utensils are essentials aside from your refrigerator and the two-burner LPG gas stove (plus the optional microwave).
Pots and pans
These are kitchen necessities whether you simply want to boil some water (for the coffee or something). Maybe you’d like to do a full-term dish fit for the mountain air you’re camped in. Pots and pans are then a must. You certainly would want to have your bacon crisply done on a pan.
You can maybe choose some nesting models (these are sets of same in different sizes for appropriate use by any one, big or small). Since they are for use by RVers, they are also designed to save space in your RV during transport when not in use.
Dish and glassware sets
These portable sets are designed to be packed, stacked and are designed to be unbreakable. You can get them anywhere, especially in stores where RV things are sold.
The canisters are for your coffee and for water or any beverage. Some small ones (half-pints) are perfect for use as kid’s cups. There’s also a serving dish and those other dishes that would be for use by everyone for any meal, snacks or refreshments. .
This is for the coffee lovers who want to greet each morning with the freshly made brew, done French-style. The boiling water used on the coffee grounds is just as good in getting their flavor out for your morning or evening refreshment.
(Electric coffee makers and microwave ovens are okay, although you would need about 60 amperes to use them; this means other power-using devices have to wait after you finish.)
This one has several main and multiple uses – pressure cooker, rice cooker, slow cooker, for sautéing or browning, making yogurt, and use as a steamer, including as food warmer.
The best part is the benefits: it is one that saves space, saves propane and is versatile enough for cooking many types of food.
Outdoor kitchens are housed in the exteriors of RVs with a ref, sink and stovetop, with portable table and chairs by the side. Others feature slide-out prep tables, stove tops, and refs. Whichever style RVs have, outdoor cooking is always a standout.