Cooking Aboard Your RV

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McGraw-Hill, 1993 - Cooking - 224 pages
Written for long-term live-aboard RVers and casual weekenders, "Cooking Aboard Your RV "addresses the unique problems faced by RV cooks--limited water, insufficient counter space, and little room for the extra appliances of today's kitchens. This new edition is fully updated with: Instructions for using a combination convection-microwave oven Hundreds of recipes for every palate and dietary preference, adapted to the confines of the small RV galley Ingenious tips on making the most of limited counter and storage space Helpful illustrations

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Furnishing the Kitchen on Wheels
Lets Drink to RV Camping
A Lust for Loafing
Soups On
Sandwiches Appetizers Snacks
Meat and Poultry
Fishing for Compliments
Your Salad Days

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About the author (1993)

A fulltime freelance writer for more than twenty years, Janet Groene is the author of Cooking on the Go and the long-running, popular column by the same name in Family Motor Coaching magazine. Houseless but not homeless, Janet and her husband, Gordon, lived full time on the go for ten years, cruising in the Tropics in their sailboat in the winter and cooling off in the mountains in summer aboard their twenty-one-foot mini-motorhome.

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