CAMPERVAN RECIPES: More-ish Lamb Burgers from Moor-ish Dartmoor (sorry..)

We are not long back from a magical weekend on Dartmoor in Devon which is one of my favourite places to camp and explore. I had a pack of lamb mince from home which needed using up and I was trying to think of how to best use it in a campervan recipe. As it turned out it made 2 meals for us: some gorgeous healthy burgers and some meatballs for a pasta dish the next day…

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CAMPERVAN BANG-ON BREAKFASTS: Apple & Cinnamon French Toast

Just tried out my delicious new breakfast recipe on our latest campervan trip to the Dorset coast – Apple & Cinnamon French Toast.  French Toast (sometimes called Eggy Bread) is a great way to start the day as it is very satisfying and gives you enough energy to keep having adventures until lunchtime. Here is my pimped-up version that is outrageously luxurious…

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LUSCIOUS LUNCHES: 7-7 Salmon and Micro Salad

Part of my life as ‘The Camper Cookie’ is trying out different combos of food that I think might work well in a camping kitchen. When I am working at home I often try these out for my own lunch and I call them ‘Luscious Lunches’. Here is one that worked well that I’d like to share with you…

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Luscious Lunches: The Nicoise Power Bowl

I’m lucky in that part of my work-life includes cooking and eating food (it’s hard but someone has to do it!). When I am working at home I try to cook myself a lunch which let’s me try out ideas for my campervan cookbooks. Some are best forgotten but some turn out ‘luscious’ and I’d like to share this luscious one with you: ‘The Nicoise Power bowl’

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Soulful Travel and Cooking Tips from Amazing Maderia

I’ve been a bit quiet on here lately because Glyn and I decided to escape the soggy UK and find a bit of sun on the sumptious island of Maderia. We hadn’t been there before but have totally fallen in love with it. We stayed in a studio apartment that only had a 2-ring hob for cooking so it was a bit like cooking in a campervan (except a lot more head room!) and I developed a couple of campervan-style recipes while I was there…

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