“Lady E”, author of The RV Centennial Cookbook, will be presenting information about your RV kitchen. Let her show you how to solve those storage issues and how to make sense of the limited electrical options in your kitchen. She has tips on how you can prepare and store meals for your next RV adventure and much more. Read More at: http://www.workamper.com/rendezvous/speakers.html
Please join the staff at FtF Mag in welcoming our new RV Kitchen Editor, Evada Cooper.
Lady E will be bringing our readers timely RV Kitchen tips, hints, delectable recipes and cooking techniques for creating family friendly meals your kids will devour!
Lady E is also the co-owner of The Mobile RV Academy. With her husband, Terry, the duo can be spotted at the country’s premier RV events, providing training to RV’ers.
In her “spare time”, Lady E hosts the RV Kitchen show on the RVNN Network.
In honor of the 100 Year Anniversary of RVing, Lady E released “The RV Centennial Cookbook” . The RV Centennial Cookbook combines all the best parts of camping along with some good-to-know maintenance tips and interesting historical facts about the first 100 years of RVing. Read more at: http://fulltimefamilies.com/cooking-on-the-road/lady-e-joins-ftf-mag-as-the-new-rv-kitchen-editor/
What better way to celebrate 100 years of RVing than with delicious, easy-to-prepare food that you can share with friends and family on the road? “The RV Centennial Cookbook” by Evada Cooper contains 100 recipes from a life-long avid RVer. The recipes are complemented by maintenance tips and RV-related historical tidbits from the past 100 years.
As far as the recipes go, they all contain ingredients that are easy to find at most supermarkets, and most of them look so good that we can’t imagine saving them just for when we’re on the road. We’re getting hungry just thinking about “Methane Madness: A Sweet Chili” and “My Favorite Taco Salad,” both of which look super simple to prepare. Read more at: http://www.motorhomemagazine.com/rv-reviews/book-reviews/the-rv-centennial-cookbook/
A long overdue, four day weekend is coming up. Lots of people will head for the mountains, the woods, the lake, the hills or wherever they go when they need an escape. Getting away will mean cooking – sometimes over a campfire or in another vehicle, which might or might not be in an RV.
To celebrate the RVers in this world, a new cookbook called “The RV Centennial Cookbook: Celebrating 100 Years of RVing” was released in April. And this book is quickly becoming a favorite amongst Rvers, campers and cooking enthusists alike. Why? Read More at: http://my10online.com/2011/05/lets-go-camping-rv-centennial-cookbook/
For those of you that are following the ongoing story of the RV/HM Hall of Fame Museum be aware The American Spirit is alive and doing well in the good ole United States. And the host of RV Kitchen, premiering this weekend on RVNN.tv, is out to prove it.
Remember the World War II posters of Rosie the Riveter with her polka dot bandana over her hair, flexing her right arm and saying “We Can Do It”?….Evada Cooper, the author of the recently released The RV Centennial Cookbook: 100 years of RVing and star of her soon to be released RV Network News (RVNN) internet TV program called RV Kitchen with Evada Cooper, has rolled up her sleeves just like Rosie the Riveter and is saying “We Can Do It…We can work together to preserve the RV history for our children and our grandchildren by saving the RV/MH Museum”
“Lady E” as she is known to her RVing friends is donating 5% of her book sales to the Hall for the balance of 2011. The book can be purchased at MobileRVAcademy.com. Use coupon code RVNN11 and get free shipping! Bulk sales are possible as well: just contact Evada Cooper. Read more………. http://rvnewsnet.com/2011/04/12/rv-centennial-cookbook-profits-to-benefit-rvmh-hall-of-fame/
WACO, Texas — What a miraculous idea. Travel across the country in a vehicle reminiscent of a home. The American people have been doing just that since 1910 in recreation vehicles of all different sizes.
The year 2010 marked a century of RVing, and the occasion didn’t go unnoticed. The Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) dubbed the year the “RV Centennial Celebration,” meant to commemorate the joy people get from RVing.
Today a new blog was posted by TSTC Publishing Department called: From Start to Finish: First-Time Author Celebrates Success of The RV Centennial Cookbook. It is a well written article by Audrey – who is an intern from Baylor University working in the publishing department this semester.
Guest Post-Audrey Contributor
Here is a great review of The RV Centennial Cookbook written by one of the RV industries most successful writers, Bob Zagami. Wow! The perfect cookbook for RVers! Mangia!
WACO, Texas — Evada Cooper, author of the soon-to-be-released RV Centennial Cookbook: Celebrating 100 Years of RVing, will be featured in the launch of her new Internet program ”RV Kitchen with Evada Cooper.”
The program will air on RVNN.TV, which is Internet TV for the world of recreational vehicles. Cooper is also the co-owner of Mobile RV Academy.
Last Friday was the first episode of Cooper’s program featuring ideas on how to make the RV kitchen work better for RVers
The WacoTrib.com came out with a great article about the RV Centennial Cookbook – Celebrating 100 Years of RVing which is soon to be released on the last week of March 2011. This article also features Terry and Evada Cooper highlighted in this 7 page feature story. Also mentioned in the story is the publisher of this unique book is TSTC Publishing.
This past Saturday the Pilot and I headed out to attend a class at PPL Motorhomes in Houston, Texas, a place we frequent often in our quest for an RV. We were going to attend another class by Terry Cooper, The Texas RV Professor. This class was about maintenance tips and getting your RV ready for the Spring camping season. Read more at: http://sentimentaljourneyz.com/tag/the-rv-centennial-cookbook/