20 Jun

RVFTA #40: Let’s Get Grillin’

On this week’s episode of RV Family Travel Atlas, we are talking about the fine art of grilling. We love the idea of making delicious campground meals on a great portable grill, but quite frankly we don’t have the tools or the talent.

So we reached out to Evanne Schmarder, cohost of Rollin’ on TV and creator of the RV Cooking Show. She is taking us to school and teaching us Grillin’ 101. Listen for some fantastic grill recommendations as well as some great tips for putting a delicious dinner on your campground picnic table.

Evanne is schooling us on:

  • Preheating the Grill
  • Oiling the food
  • Meat in the middle and veg around the edge
  • Closing the lid
  • Using a timer
  • Using a meat thermometer
  • Letting meat rest
  • Cleaning your grill
  • Grilled Fish Tacos

Plus Stephanie shares an easy way to add some flavor and punch to your meals without packing up your whole spice cabinet. Mixing spice rubs ahead of time is a simple trick to save time and space while traveling in your RV.

And we have a review of Campfire Cuisine by Robin Donovan, a unique and classy camping cookbook that takes you beyond the beef stew and cowboy casserole. We reviewed this cookbook a little over a year ago, and we are still just as infatuated with the great meal planning resources, out of the box meal ideas, and tips for prepping in advance.

All of this and a fun new giveaway on Episode 40 of RV Family Travel Atlas: Let’s Get Grillin’!

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4 thoughts on “RVFTA #40: Let’s Get Grillin’

  1. Thank you for your podcast, My wife and I really enjoy listening. We laugh and shake our head when we hear the adventures with your children. We are grandparents now and get to take the 3 grandkids with us for a long summer trip each year. We ensure that they get to experience all the cheesy tourist traps and oddities along the road. Thank you for what you are doing. Keep up the good work.

    • Yes!!!! Sometimes the cheesy tourist traps really are worth the stop, right? It is so wonderful to hear that you are doing this with your 3 grandkids. We don’t wish our time away, but honestly we can’t wait to do the same years from now.

  2. I had always wanted to watch Rollin’ on TV, but we don’t get the channel on our satellite package. I’m so glad you pointed out that the episodes are also available online. I’ll look forward to checking that out some time when we have decent Internet.

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