I have a little experience installing and using solar based on the system I installed in a Sprinter van. I think it'll be similar for you.
First, I'd download a solar load calculator. Explorist has a nice one that I found accurate:
Scroll down and you can find the link to download.
- type in all your electrical users (stovetop, fridge, phone chargers, lights, coffee pots, etc.) and how much time you'll use them each day
- it'll calculate recommended watts of panels plus recommended amp-hour battery bank
Note that lead acid / AGM / lithium batteries can tolerate different levels of discharge (lithium being the best, but also very expensive).
You may find that an induction cooktop and high-efficiency fridge can make big changes in your amp-hour loads.
I enjoyed putting together a solar system. Easy and fun! Once you spend the money on the hardware, it's FREE POWER. Amazing.