Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Lonely Planet's Hotel Room Home-Cooking!

Getting a little tired of the Vegas posts? Me too. I still have a few that I want to write (including the all-important 'Best Free Things to Do in Las Vegas') but I'll take a little break and show you a great clip I discovered during our travels.

Though Matt and I have finally reached the end of our cross-country road trip, we're still sleeping in hotel rooms and living out of suitcases until we can find a new place to call home. After six weeks on the road, the novelty has worn a little thin and I think we're both eager to be settling down and establishing some sort of routine. One of the things I miss most is being able to cook - which is why I loved this video clip from the Lonely Planet e-newsletter. Our current hotel room actually has a little stovetop so I haven't had to resort to these desperate measures, but I give them points for ingenuity!


  1. That's hilarious! I don't cook, so I am never going to have to employ the sweet skills in that video but I applaud those who do. Were you driving across country to try to find a good place to live? Kansas City is pretty awesome - jobs, affordable living, friendly people!

  2. Yeah - I was pretty impressed by her skills, too! Unfortunately, we have to live in TN, we're just looking for a house. But I've heard lots of good things about Kansas City so we will have to visit you guys some time - I think you're only 7 or 8 hours away!