The RV Cookbook: Over 100 Quick, Easy, and Delicious Recipes to Enjoy on the Road

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Prima Pub., 2002 - Cooking - 238 pages
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You Can Eat Like Royalty While on the Road
If you are one of the record number of Americans hitting the open road in a recreational vehicle, these innovative and mouthwatering recipes will become family favorites on (and off) the road.
The RV Cookbook is the perfect road map to no-fuss, great-tasting meals. Stocked with simple recipes, this one-of-a-kind cookbook emphasizes easy-to-prepare yet tasty recipes covering breakfasts, hot and cold lunches, snacks, grill and foil bakes, one-pot meals, special dinners, desserts, drinks, more. Inside you'll find easy and delicious recipes for:
·Pot Roast with Onions and Root Vegetables
·Garlic Salmon in Foil
·Good Sam Club Sandwich
·Breakfast Burritos
·Simple Enchilada Sauce
·Asian Chicken Salad
·Baked Beans
·Pepperoni Pizza
·Easy Banana-Spice Muffins
·Chocolate Chip Pan Cookies
·And many, many more!
You'll also find shopping tips, pantry-stocking hints, and ideas for creating the perfect kitchen for life on the road (or on a boat or in any small space)!

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I thought this book would look better it was pretty cheap looking for the price. I just hope the recipes are good. Read full review


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About the author (2002)

Amy Boyer left her fast-paced life behind when she and her husband, Dean, sold their home in Pennsylvania, packed their VW Eurovan camper, and hit the road. After a year-and-a-half of travel and adventure throughout the United States and Canada, they settled in Hailey, Idaho, where they live with their new dog, Sailor, and two cats. Whether she's in the great outdoors or in her kitchen at home, Amy enjoys creating meals for her family and friends that nourish both body and soul.
Daniella Chace is a nutritionist and has a bachelor's degree in Natural Health Sciences and a master's degree in nutrition from Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington. She lives in Hailey, Idaho, where she teaches cooking classes and workshops on various health and nutrition topics. Daniella is almost always researching or writing, and is the author of over 13 nutrition books. She is currently investigating the health and environmental effects of genetically altered foods, thus her passion for organic foods. She loves to adventure whenever possible, as long as fabulous food is involved in the excursion!

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