Portable Induction Cooktops

Most RVs don’t have large stove tops, and the burners are usually fairly low output. This can be a challenge when you want to cook a big pot of food such as gumbo, stew or soup. Several of my RVing friends carry induction cook-tops, and they love them. I finally...

Extra Freezer Space

Does anyone have a freezer in their RV that’s too big?  I didn’t think so. Mine is about the size of a shoebox, and there are times when a little extra room sure would be nice. Enter the AC/DC portable fridge/freezer. These small units run on either 12VDC or 120VAC and...

Coleman® Fold N Go™ Portable Grill

I have owned a number of portable grills over the years, and most of them have been adequate but not really ideal for my tastes (pun intended). I recently bought, on a whim, this small Fold N Go grill by Coleman, and I’m impressed by it. First off, it is...

All Mixed Up

I have a small RV, so I am always looking for gadgets that can do a big job but store in a small place. A little mixer made by BonJour is one of my favorites. It is actually sold as a frother, but I’m not a big coffee drinker, so...

Silicone bakeware products

Here are some RV gadgets for all you cooks out there. Many thanks to Joann Warnke #47251 who sent in the following information: “A SILPAT® is a flexible silicone liner for cooking scones, cookies, etc. It rolls into a tube shape (great for RV storage), it is nonstick, cleans easily and is an all-around standard piece of cooking equipment. It can be purchased online or in any kitchen store.” Just looking at the SilPat Website (www.silpat.com) got me thinking about all the neat ways to use a flexible, heat resistant, nonstick mat! Obviously, it’s great...