Trying new recipes and new cooking methods keeps things interesting in the RV kitchen.
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) March 19, 2013
SellMyRVToday.com adds recipes to their frequently updated RV News section online. Next on theRV Cooking feature schedule is Plank Cooking for RVers. Plank Cooking has been embraced by outdoor enthusiasts and was even recently featured in a camp cooking demonstration at the 38th annual Pacific Northwest Sportsman’s Show. The event was held at the Portland Expo Center (February 6-10, 2013). Tiffany Haugen, outdoor enthusiast and plank cooking extraordinaire, demonstrated the popular Plank Cooking technique at the show.
The popularity of this method of cooking isn’t exclusive to outdoor enthusiasts, but it is well suited for the types of lifestyles many in this group embrace. Due to the consignment RV’s easy adaptability to outdoor activities, many who call themselves outdoor enthusiasts are also RVers. In response, SellMyRVToday.com will provide a sample recipe and basic instructions for Plank Cooking in their March RV Cooking feature.
The company’s RV News section is frequently updated with industry news, company announcements, general RV tip sheets, and helpful articles/links on all things RV and travel related. SellMyRVToday.com customers and RVers in general are encouraged to access available data and connect with other RVers in the comment section following each article or feature.
Gerard Pedata of SellMyRVToday.com said, “Cooking in the RV can be a time saver. It can be healthier than roadside meal stops. It can save money. But don’t forget that it can also be fun. Trying new recipes and new cooking methods keeps things interesting in the RV kitchen.”
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