Need a quick yummy RV recipe to enjoy with the whole family? Try this yummy mix for Artichoke Nachos. Let us know how you like it.
Keywords: appetizer artichoke nacho
1 cup marinated artichoke hearts, drained and chopped
1 cup yellow corn kernels, drained
1 cup sweet yellow pepper or mild green pepper, diced
1 cup fresh scallions, minced
1 cup Monterey jack cheese, shredded
1/2 cup cilantro, chopped
1 cup mayonnaise, low fat
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
1 tablespoon fresh garlic, minced
1 bag of blue corn or tortilla chips
Mix together all ingredients except chips. Arrange chips in an even layer on an ovenproof platter or serving tray( you may use a nonstick jelly roll pan if presentation is not a factor). Spoon mixture over chips as evenly as possible and bake in a preheated 400 degree oven until topping is brown and bubbly, about 15 to 20 minutes. Serve hot, as is, or with sour cream, salsa, chopped tomato, black olives, and or/ shredded cheese.
Best of all, it can all be made in your RV!!
With eight state parks, The North Shore Drive of northeastern Minnesota, with its eight state parks, rocky backdrops, and vast inland coast, makes this destination unlike any other. The Lake Superior shoreline is a welcome place for snowmobile enthusiasts from all over the country due to its yearly snow covered countryside.
The crown jewel of northeastern Minnesota is the North Shore State Trail System. It extends all the way from Duluth to Grand Marias. A 153-mile system along Minnesota’s Sawtooth Mountains is full of various terrain. From ridgelines, hillsides or woodlands, it is a sledders dream. View staggering cliffs over the forested, rocky shoreline of the world’s largest freshwater lake or listen to ice sheets crack and grind their way along the waves crashing by the glacial shoreline.
The “Lake Superior Ice Train” is known as this since it seems like a crumbling building. But be cautious while observing, because ice storms are known to roll through the area. Make sure though that you stop along the cliffs edge and catch that amazing sunset.
Probably one of the biggest investments you’ll ever make is buying a RV. Even though the initial cost, gas, and just regular upkeep can add up, it doesn’t mean that your RV can’t bring in a profit. The fact of the matter is that owning a RV gives you the opportunity to start your own stay at home business, and allows you the ability to go to where the money is!
There are many things that you may do already on your RV adventures that you can turn into income. Hobbies and crafts that you do to relax could be turned into things you can sell. If you are a full timer who believes that a rolling stone gathers no moss, then you can go around the country seeing the sights and working at trade shows.
If you prefer to be outside and have a place you like to hunt and fish, then you can became a guide and outfitter. People who are unfamiliar with an area, but love to hunt and fish are always trying to find ways to enhance their trip, so why could it not be you. Also, if you are a fisher who makes your own lures and flies, you can sell them.
All of these things can be done to supplement your income, and the best thing is that they are probably things that you already enjoy doing for free. This extra income will allow you to do more of what you want to do, and that will keep you a happy RVer.
Please don’t hesitate to stop by and visit us if you are look for accessories or ways to make your RV fit your new business.