Two mobile gourmets and travel bugs who explore the world and the kitchen from their DIY campervan
Over the course of a month, Sophie and Morris built their van piece by piece, seeking the perfect combination that would support their day to day lives and their love of delicious homemade meals. When it comes to vanlife, they say that building a van is manageable for anyone. There are so many possibilities and each van can be adjusted according to the owner’s available time, budget and knowledge.
In their pursuit of the perfect kitchen, they recently switched from a Dometic alcohol burner to a Dometic Sunlight Oven and Cooker. This upgrade took them from a single burner to a compact oven with two burners on top. With this gas oven, they are able to cook so many things that were not available to them before. Fresh baked breads, lemon cakes, oven veggies, and lasagna were just a dream before they installed the Dometic Sunlight oven and now those foods and so many more are part of the everyday luxury of vanlife.
Sophie and Morris have decided to pair their Sunlight oven with a Dometic Magicsafe MSG-150 detector that searches for all dangerous narcotic gasses from the on-board supply and sounds alerts the moment a leak is detected. This trusty companion plugs into the DC power and allows the couple to sleep safely and confidently in their van each night. These talented duo need plenty of food storage when they are on the go. The first refrigerator Sophie and Morris used was the Dometic Coolfreeze CFX 65w, a massive 60 liter compressor cooler with the ability to function as a deep freezer up to -22 °C. Durable and tough, the CFX 65w maintains a steady internal temperature regardless of the outside surroundings and runs quietly and efficiently. When it was time to reorganize their space, they stuck to what they knew they could depend on and transitioned to the Dometic Coolfreeze CFX 50w with the same sturdy exterior and reliable temperature control. 46 liters of fridge space suits the needs of two people perfectly and the smaller size gives them more room to work with in their small but mighty kitchen.