Monday, March 28, 2011

All-in-one kitchen kit is an RV newbie solution

Ask any veteran RVer about his or her maiden voyage and they'll tell you the first problem was to outfit their new rig. It's a costly and time-consuming project. Most of us start out by hauling a bunch of stuff from our home kitchen out into our motorhome or trailer and then schlepping it all back indoors when we return. Now, an outfit called Authentic Dealer Inc. has put together an all-in-one kitchen kit that provides most, if not all, of the items you'll need for your rolling kitchen at a very affordable price. The kit comes in two sizes: 115 pieces and 139 pieces. Here's what you'll find inside the big box:

139 pc. Premium II Kit Contents:
12 pc. Stoneware Dish set 4 Dinner Plates, 4 Salad Plates, 4 Bowls
36 pc. Storage Containers 6 round, 6 rectangular, 6 square resalable plastic storage containers with lids
4 Coffee mugs and 8 Tumblers 4 8oz. ceramic coffee mugs, 4 13 oz. plastic tumblers, 4 16oz. acrylic tumblers
2 pc. Plastic mixing Bowls and 1 pc. 11 in. Colander
20 pc. Stainless Steel silverware and steak knives 4 dinner knives, 4 dinner forks, 4 dinner spoons, 4 teaspoons, 4 steak knives
1 9.5" x 5.5" plastic cutting board
7 pc. Nonstick cookware set with tempered glass lids, capsule bottom 4 qt. Dutch Oven with lid, 2 qt. Saucepan with lid, 1 qt. Saucepan with lid 9.25 in. Fry pan
14 pc. Measuring cups and spoons 4 pc. Measuring cup set, 10 pc. Measuring spoon set
5 pc. Kitchen Utility knife set Chef knife, Carving knife, 2 Utility, Paring
6 pc Chip Clips
1 2.1 qt. Pitcher
5 pc. Nylon Utensils Serving spoon, Slotted spoon, Spatula, Ladle, Spaghetti fork
7 pc. Towel set with Pot holders 2 16"x27" kitchen towel, 2 12"x12" wash cloth, 1 Pot holder, 2 oven mitts
1 Premium can opener
1 Stainless steel cheese grater
1 Set Kitchen Shears
4 pc. BBQ Set
1 Oven Starter with long handle
1 Checkered picnic table cloth 52"x70"
42 pc. First Aid Kit Bandages, gauze pads, alcohol pads, butterfly closure
1 Toothpick holder and toothpicks
1 Peeler, 1 Corkscrew, 1 Bottle Opener
1 Flashlight with 2 D sized batteries
1 Pot Scrubber

For a list of items in the slightly smaller box, pricing and more information go to:


Anonymous said...

Stoneware dishes are not practical for an RV. They're too heavy, take up too much space, and break more easily than other options. Most RVers I know use Corelle dishes. They're lightweight, stack tightly, usually don't break when dropped, and look good.

Pam J said...

This would be a great gift for someone going off to college or getting their first apartment as well.