Who Else Wants More Fun and Less Stress When Workamping

  1. Light A campfire
  2. Visit with good friends
  3. Make easy great food
  4. Listen to Awesome music
  5. Have an adult beverage
  6. Make interesting conversation
  7. Love your job or leave

Yes that’s what we did last night after a long day of camp hosting. Charlie Daniels in concert along with Lynyrd Skynyrd here!

How do you do it?

Top 5 Cooking Sites for RV’ers

I love finding new recipes to cook while traveling in our RV. You can easily get in a rut when it’s just two people you are preparing meals for so I scour the web and Create TV for exciting ideas.

Today I found another new one. News Can Cook is a show from Scandinavia with fun hosts and simple fresh ways to do seafood.

Another favorite is Lydia Bastianich. Especially if you love Italian which of course we do. She makes the recipes fun and uncomplicated and you have to love her Grandmother!

Number 3 is America’s Test Kitchen. They do some great recipes, research and product testing.

Next is Annabelle Langbein the Free Range Cook. Her home in New Zealand looks amazing.

Last but not least is the hilarious Nick Stellino. His dishes are easy and delicious but it’s his stories that really make the show interesting.

Where do you get your inspiration?

The National Muskadine Festival

If you are traveling through east Tennessee this time of year there are so many things to do and places to visit. Sweetwater is one you shouldn’t miss. It is a small, friendly town that has some of the best festivals and the amazing Sweetwater Cheese company. They are a small, local business that makes some of the best cheese you will ever eat. When you enter the building head to the tasting area. You can try many different flavors of their cheese before you buy and I guarantee you will take some with you!

Before or after the cheese store you can enjoy the Muskadine festival.

Muscadines are grapes, which are valued for fruit, wine, shade, and fall color; they’re among the few ornamental vines with bold, textured foliage; colorful edible fruit; and a dominant trunk and branch pattern for winter interest.

While there you have to stop by our friends SmokinF booth for some amazing BBQ! Their first competition was a winning one. The BBQ competition was at Freedom Fest in Montgomery, Texas in 2014 as Merica Smokers. That weekend, they took home the title of Grand Champion. I have to say that one of my favorite dishes is their peach baked beans!

If you missed this years BBQ competition try to visit next year to cheer on the competitors and eat great food.

Have you been to a fun festival this year? Where was it?