Honey You Shrunk My Kitchen!

IMG_0533Life in the travel trailer has been an adjustment for all of us.  One of the biggest adjustments for me has been food related.  The grocery shopping, as well as the cooking, and preparing meals is still something I am getting used to.  It definitely takes a little longer to do the shopping when you are  always in a new store.  We never know where anything is and the prices vary so much from place to place, but things are always less expensive when they are sourced locally.  It’s not a bad thing it is just different.

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Peanut-butter and Jelly Bites

As for the cooking……. well, it’s just a smaller space.  I love to cook delicious, healthy meals for my family, and I didn’t want that to change when we decided to take our lives on the road.  For the most part I am still preparing most of our meals in house, and I am grateful to have all that I need here in my little kitchen.  It is not as challenging as I thought it would be to have a significantly smaller space to prepare our meals.  It takes a little more planning on our part, as the refrigerator doesn’t hold an abundance of food (we have to finish all the milk before we buy more).  We do our grocery shopping about once a week and plan ahead for meals.  I prefer fresh ingredients and typically went shopping once a week anyway, so this was not a big change for me.  Planning meals is a good habit in my opinion, it takes all the guess work out of meal times, and it makes the shopping easier because I know exactly what I need for the week ahead.  I have even been able to do a little baking which is something I

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The outdoor kitchen and barbeque are great and we use them on a regular basis!

love to do.  I look forward to sharing some of my favorite recipes with you and would love to try some of yours so feel free to share.

 

 

Here is Sarah cooking in her little kitchen for your viewing pleasure

 

 

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3 Responses to Honey You Shrunk My Kitchen!

  1. Geri Ventura says:

    Would you please share your recipe for the PB & J bites? They look yummy!

    • statebystateadventure@gmail.com says:

      Thank you for asking for the recipe. Sarah often cooks without a recipe and the PB & J bites were something she made up. Since you asked she went ahead and made them again while taking photos and notes (that is why I say thank you because I got to enjoy them again!). We don’t have a great WI-FI connection at this camp, but sometime shortly we will post up a recipe and I will email it to you.

  2. Mom and Dad says:

    Hey nice shirt! And we know about food-shopping& rv ing,once you get used to it your fine , luv too all p.s. there is a movie called the long long trailer,1950s sooo funny

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