Easy, delicious, and healthy! This lentil chili has it all! 2 cups French lentils 1 cup red lentils 1 medium onion (about 1 cup chopped) 3-4 large carrots (about 1 cup chopped) (feel free to use pre-chopped frozen carrots!) 4 ribs celery (about ½ cup chopped) 1 large can diced tomatoes 1 can of water […]
These salmon burgers are all super easy and super tasty! Plus you can make them in bulk for the freezer–and easy meal! Ingredients: 1 lb salmon| ¼ cup fresh dill, chopped Zest of two lemons 1 ½ tsp salt ¾ tsp pepper Ingredients: 1 lb salmon 2 tsp fresh chopped garlic 1 tbsp chili paste […]
Need some new places to visit? Well, here are a few of our favorites across the states! Definitely add these to the bucket list of places to RV to! Orange County, CA Orange County, California is a place that most of us are familiar with. We know it’s sunny and filled with gorgeous ocean views and […]
We all have our own reasons as to why we RV, and here is a list of some of the more common yet more unique reasons! Shopping Love shopping? Imagine traveling the country and stopping at all the great malls. Some will even allow you to spend the night, woohooo! Talk about souvenirs! Meet interesting […]
This recipe uses leftover stuffing (or dressing if you prefer) and leftover cranberry sauce. However, if you don’t like the cranberry, feel free to omit that part. These are best warm with butter or with soup! Ingredients Leftover stuffing (about 2 cups) Leftover cooked cranberry (about ½ a cup) 1 egg beaten 1 cup turkey […]
One of the best ways to use up leftovers is to turn them into a completely new meal–and soup is one of the best meals this time of year! Ingredients 2 Cups shredded turkey 1 rib celery finely chopped 1 medium carrot finely chopped ½ a medium onion finely chopped 2 Tlbs Olive Oil 1 […]
This is an easy and tasty way to use up leftovers! Ingredients 2 Cups shredded Turkey 2 Cups green bean casserole 2 Cups stuffing 1 Cup corn or creamed corn 2 Cups thinned gravy Extra turkey giblets if desired 1 bag frozen carrot, corn, pea blend 3-4 cups mashed potatoes Shredded cheddar cheese. Directions Preheat […]
Whether you’ve been RVing for longer than you can remember or you’re just starting out, there are some basic terms that all RVers know and throw around like everyday words–because they are when you’re an RVer! We’ve compiled some of the most basic RV terms with their definitions to help you out! Dry Camping – […]
There are several ways to keep your RV cool or ventilated. The cheapest way is with the standard crank open roof vents. Most RVs today are built with a 14″ x 14″ crank open vent in the roof. A better way to ventilate your RV. Would be a powered roof vent.
The gas used in RV’s is stored in a liquid form. It is the vapor from propane that burns. It is heavier than air. (Which is why leak detectors are located near the floor). Propane is colorless, during manufacturing it is “odorized” for easy detection. Approximately 91,500 BTU are contained in one gallon of LP.