The beauty of RVing is that it is your home away from home and that means you can stock your kitchen to cook real meals and even desserts. This means you’ll need a variety of staples on hand for all your sweet, salty, and savory camping recipes.
Herbs, spices, and seasonings – Much the same as you have at home, you’ll need garlic powder, onion powder, flavored grill seasonings, salt, pepper, chili powder, sage, oregano, cinnamon, and lemon pepper. This will provide flavor for your beef, pork, chicken, fish, and desserts. You can include ready-made seasoning packets for chili, tacos, sloppy joes, and gravy if you and your family enjoy them.
Canned Goods – Keep several cans of stewed tomatoes, tomato sauce and/or paste, beans, vegetables, and tuna or salmon if you like those, too.
Sauces – Pack your favorite brands of Alfredo sauce, marinara, pizza sauce, salsa, Tabasco, mayo, pickles, mustard, relish, and ketchup.
Dry Foods – You can keep dried beans, rice, pasta, couscous, quinoa, flour, sugar, coffee, tea, macaroni & cheese, oatmeal, dry cereal, and powdered creamer. You can also pack any of your favorite nuts and seeds such as peanuts, cashews, almonds, sunflower seeds, or pumpkin seeds.
Much of this can be restocked after your trip as long as it is in protective containers that won’t draw ants or mice. You should take all food out of the rig if you are storing it in a cold climate over the winter months. We look forward to seeing you this summer and we know you’ll enjoy many delicious meals with your family and friends. That’s what camping is all about. Be sure to make your reservation soon. We can’t wait to see you having fun around the campground.