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Miss Terry’s Kitchen » Gypsy Journal RV Travel Newspaper
We boondock a lot in AZ and our friends like to make peach cobbler or ox tail soup in a dutch oven with coals from the fire. My buddy buries Cornish hen in coals, wrapped in aluminum foil to bake. I do marshmallows.
We are so used to boondocking that hookups are a convenience but never an issue.
Propane is the most efficient cooling for your RV fridge. Fast cooling and reliable.
Grilling is really fun if you have an efficient propane camping grill, and a folding table to put it on. We do steaks and ribs, fish, vegetables, fruits. and it sure tastes good.
Because we use a lot of water for cooking and showering while boondocking, I carry a 30 or 50 gallon water drum (empty) in the back of the truck. After unhooking, water is usually available within a few miles and only 10 cents a gallon if you have to buy it. From the truck you can gravity feed the water to your trailer FW tank, or gravity feed for cleanup. I bought an extra 12v RV water pump, hooked up in and out vinyl hoses. I made an RV plug using only the hot and ground wire. I plug it into my RV truck receptacle. I wired a small switch in the line and I pump my 30 or 50 gallons off the back of my truck to wherever I want it to go.