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Airstream: Tips and tricks for cooking in an Airstream

Airstream: Tips and tricks for cooking in an Airstream

JACKSON CENTER, Ohio — When you live in a home with a dishwasher, it’s no problem to accumulate mounds of dirty pots and pans while preparing a delicious meal. But with the nature of cleaning in an Airstream, putting your trailer back in order after meal construction can take all evening. If Airstream living has taught me anything, it’s that ease and simplicity always win when it comes to cooking! (And many other things, come to think of it.) Although my Airstream is equipped to operate just like a “normal,” brick-and-mortar kitchen, there are two types of recipes that fit best with my style of RV living and keep clean-up to a minimum.

One Dish Wonders— I often take advantage of meals that require just a single pot or pan, either in the stove or in the oven. For the stove, I frequently find myself throwing a yummy conglomeration of fresh veggies in with some spices to whip up a flavorful stir fry. For the oven, I’ll choose meat and veggies that can be seasoned similarly and roast them together in one dish. You can also find me making a mean frittata (more on that below.)

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About Rebecca Smith

Rebecca Smith is a Wisconsin native currently living in Illinois with her husband, Eric, and two dogs, Maggie and Grace. She enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking and, of course, camping in cabins and park models.

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