publish RV cookbook
Express Staff Writer
cookbooks. We always seem to have too many, most are barely ever looked
at. So how come we never seem to have just the right one when we need
RV Cookbook, By Amy
Boyer and Daniella Chace, 238
pp. Prima Publishing. $14.95
comes Daniella Chace, a Hailey resident, nutritionist and cookbook
author. Together with Amy Boyer, also a Hailey resident, she has
recently published a new must have cookbook, "The RV
Well, wrap your mind around these numbers: In a study commissioned by
the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association, nearly one in 12 U.S.
vehicle-owning households now owns an RV as well. That's nearly 7
million households. Today's typical RV owner is 49 years old, married,
with an annual household income of $56,000. There are 16,000 public and
privately owned campgrounds nationwide.
makes the cookbook a must-have is that it also works for camping,
sailing and in small kitchens in condos and flats. It’s also a great
idea for college students, with little practical kitchen experience,
living in their first apartments. Using the simpler-the-better method of
cooking, "The RV Cookbook" features 100 recipes for such items
as Thai Noodles, Borscht, Maui Mahi Mahi and Beef Stew. There are
headings for everything from Gourmet Grills and Hearty Breakfasts, to
One-Pot Meals and Exotic Elixirs. The recipes are generally for either
two or four people.
nutritionist Chace includes numerous nutrition tips such as: "Baked
Fries are perfect for those who love that satisfying French Fry taste
without the fat found in traditional fries."
Boyer lived in an RV for a year, the book also includes RV Tips such as:
"Look for prewashed spinach in the produce aisle. You won’t need
to waste water."
helpful are sections with headings, "Tools and Tips for an
Efficient Kitchen"—something most cooks can appreciate—and
"Tips for a Weekend Trip." Another great section is on how to
find quality food while on the road. For instance, they suggest making
use of roadside stands, orchards, and visiting microbreweries and
whether your heading out on the highway, looking for adventure or
quietly trying to make a home cooked meal in a space meant for a few
dresses, "The RV Cookbook" is a handy, small and highly
practical guide that might just fit the bill for all those wandering