If you’re a serious camper – short of somebody who carries camp on his or her own back – chances are you probably look at a cast iron skillet and Dutch oven as core to your camping gear. Cast iron is the original non-stick cooking surface. With a skillet and a Dutch oven, there’s basically nothing you can’t cook in camp … at least anything a hungry camper wouldn’t want to eat.
S’mores are a camping and backyard cooking staple. Combining graham crackers, milk chocolate bars, and creamy gooey toasted marshmallows … what’s not too like? But what if you could make s’mores even better? Dare we say, even more decadent? Would you?
So, do you know what a rocket stove is?
Campsite cooking should involve everyone.
Every now and then, it’s fun to whip out the Dutch oven for a tasty breakfast treat - like our caramel cinnam
Jerky – real handmade, artisan jerky made from meticulously cared for strips of real, lean meat – is the ULTIMATE camping food. It has been for a long, long time all around the world. There are versions of jerky originating from every inhabited corner of the globe. Before refrigeration, there was a big time need for a way to preserve meat. Drying it and salting it was the way to do that.
Cooking over an open flame is one of the joys of camping. After a long day outdoors, nothing gets the stomach growling like the sizzle of a great meal.
While campfire cooking is fun, it can also be a little daunting to first-timers or families with children. The following five options are easy, safe, and best of all, delicious!
The savory aroma of dinner sizzling in a cast iron skillet intertwined with the smoke from a campfire is a fitting end to a great day outdoors. Cast iron cookware is durable, easy to use, and adds special charm to any camp or outing. Here are a few tips to help it last a lifetime:
Bottles clank as the cooler lid creaks open. Laughter is intertwined with the rumble of a distant lawn mower. A warm breeze carries the scent of glowing charcoal across the patio, but your thoughts are elsewhere.