Just wanted to let you know about the interview podcast I did with Slywia Presley the founder of Blog A Life.
Campervan Days Out: So how was your Christmas day? I hope you had a good one and got to eat some lovely, nourishing winter food. I love the Christmas roast and we often pop out for turkey carverys throughout the year as well.
This year my partner, Glyn, and I stayed at home for Christmas day in our cosy little cottage and will do our visiting in the Twixmas time and New Year. However, we continued our Christmas day tradition of having a walk around Avebury stone circle before going home for lunch even though it was a bit wet. Continue reading “Cmpervan Days Out: Christmas Day at a Haunted Pub”
Just a quickie to let you know about these really cute bags that are great for storage in a campervan. Their ears are loops so you can hang them up somewhere with a cord or cable through the ear loops (we have them on the bungee straps in our campervan Trev-the-Prev).
This is an incredibly easy, one-pot pasta recipe that is great hot or cold. We love to cook this on the beach in the evening while we watch the sun go down with a glass of red wine.
I am always looking for kitchen gadgets that make life easier for cooking in our campervan, ‘Trev-the-Prev’, and I decided to try out an induction hob. As you probably know, you can get the full monty, 4-ring hob for your cooker at home but did you know that you can get a portable, one-ring hob that you just plug in to a normal electric socket? Well, you can and they are bloomin’ marvellous!
I have to confess, I am a campervan addict (it gets you like that, doesn’t it?). I’m also passionate about no-fuss, tasty, nutritious food and the two have now blissfully joined up in my life. Let me tell you more…
My campervan addiction started back in 2013 when my partner, Glyn, and I bought a Groupon for a week in a motorhome. Yes, it was one of the big white ones (with a bed that I say is a bit like sleeping in an MRI scanner!) but we were hooked. We had an amazing week in Cornwall and Devon (the West Country is a very magical place) and knew that, somehow, we had to get a campervan of our own. Continue reading “Welcome to My Campervan-Foodie Blog”