ENTV Partners with ‘Cultivated Journey’ for a Ten Episode RV Cooking Show & RV Nomads Cookbook 0

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(QUARTZSITE, AZ) – Today EPIC Nomad TV announced a new content development partnership with popular RV Nomads and food bloggers journaling their adventure through their website Cultivated JourneyMelissa Bottorff-Arey, former Executive Chef turned traveling food blogger and full time RV Nomad, will host a cooking show on ENTV’s distribution network in 2019. Melissa will also author the Ultimate RV Nomads Cookbook with a targeted release date of October 1st, 2019.

Before becoming a traveling food blogger, Melissa was an Executive Chef for a private fleet of trains owned and operated by the BNSF railroad. Her time working with BNSF gave her ample experience with small kitchens. Experience that now translates to the small spaces that come with RV life.

Melissa helps walk us through the ins-and-outs of cooking wholesome meals in an RV kitchen, and she takes it a step further by educating on sourcing healthy foods in ways to compliment the RV life. This content will come loaded with a wealth of information that is certain to provide value to the RV community in a number of ways.

Her passion for good food can easily be seen on her official Instagram feed. Here are a few examples.


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Dinner tonight ….Shrimp scampi, grilled shrimp & coconut shrimp with a spiced sweet potato, asparagus & sweet onion hushpuppies (not pictured) The shrimp were caught locally & bought from a small market … you know the kind with hand painted signs advertising “local shrimp, cheeses, sauage & live bait, etc” There was a gleaming stainless fish cleaning table out front. The shrimp were in big coolers marked with hand written tags. There wasn’t a hint of “fish” smell. Everything was so clean & the shrimp smelled only of sea water! The market owners were SO nice & hospitable! The sweet potatoes were local as well (in my research, I found out that tobacco sweet potatoes and peanuts are the top crops in North Carolina). The butter & potato seasoning were from an Amish farm in Ohio 2 weeks ago. Just YUMMM 🍤🍽 #eatlocal #eatlikeafarmer #travelchef #rvliving #obxlife

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A passion for cooking with good, real, healthful food from local farms & markets all over the country means there are always a new discoveries just waiting to be found,” said Melissa. ENTV is excited to embark on some of these discoveries with Melissa and share them with the rest of the movement through visual media content.

For more information about ENTV visit EPICNomadTV.com.


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