We've had exactly 2 trips in our "inherited" 17c, and Thursday it got winterized. Hubby is laughing because I'm already looking at campgrounds and places to visit next spring, etc.
I'm wondering how many folks "pre prep" their food. both trips I sat down and considered the meals, made a menu of sorts, and then pre-prepared as much as possible. For example, our last trip was to a dog show, and mornings can be hectic, so I made and peeled hard boiled eggs, and we had bagels with them. Breakfast took us all of about 10 minutes to prepare and eat. I made a container of mostaccoli, corn salad, salad fixings, etc. It made meal prep really simple - mostly re-heating things. I know Mom used to take the ingredients for her meals but I find it much easier to do the major cooking at home, and "final" cooking at camp. I plan to spend the winter trying recipes that will work well for this. What I really need to learn is to make "less" of something so we take more variety. 3 days of pasta for lunch was, um, overkill. LOL So far, this method seems to work really well for us, but I got curious - how many take the ingredients and cook entirely onsite and how many pre-prepare?
Betsy & Kevin Cummings
St. Louis, MO
2011 JayFeather Ultralite x17c
Ancient Dodge Ram 3500 15 passenger van