Lunch & Dinner

5 Deliciously Smokey Wood Plank Recipes

The traditional food to cook on a cedar plank is a salmon filet. This delicious method was an original camp cooking technique developed in the Northwest – Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, Alaska – that neck of the woods. You caught ...

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Smoked Up Baked Beans Recipe

Few side dishes for camping or for a backyard cookout are as simple or traditional as baked beans. If you’re a dyed-in-the-wool traditionalist, you make baked beans from scratch. And if you’ve never had the pleasure – you owe it ...

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Boosted Smoked Burgers

Hamburgers on the grill are foundational to every summer holiday. But too often one is like another is like another. Here’s how to make your burgers stand out from the crowd and make you the grill master in demand. One ...

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Wood Plank Salmon Recipe

You’ve probably heard of planked salmon. Chances are you’ve even enjoyed this taste treat yourself. The wood for the plank on which the salmon is cooked is traditionally western red cedar, and the results are very, very good. But adding ...

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Wood Plank Rib Eye Steak with Onions & Mushrooms Recipe

The fastest two ways to mess up a good rib eye steak is to 1) over-season it with too much spice that masks the combination of the beef and the light smoke you get from grilling it, and 2) over ...

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Campfire Planked Shrimp

As seafood goes, shrimp have very mild flavor. It’s there, but it needs to be coaxed out and complimented. Some recipes are delicious in overpowering the taste of shrimp – like the heavy garlic in scampi for example. But stoking ...

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Stoked Campfire Scallops

Fans of sea scallops know these delicacies benefit most from recipes that take a light hand with seasoning. In fact, with truly fresh scallops from cold seawater, there are those who consider them the ultimate raw seafood. But just a ...

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Smoked Campfire Onion Bombs

For their reputation as a “strong” vegetable, onions contain a great deal of sugar. Cooking and caramelizing onion releases that sugar and makes strong onions suddenly, deliciously sweet. Now think of adding a hint of smokiness to that sweet. Sounds ...

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Campfire Succotash

The best camp cooking recipes are as simple as they are delicious. This one is almost as easy as opening a few backs of frozen vegetables! Succotash is really just mixed vegetables, heavy on the corn niblets and baby lima ...

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Smoky Citrus Marinated Chicken Breast Recipe

Slices of chicken breast are great candidates for cooking in Kelly Craig Gourmet Smoked Wraps, but they need some supplemental fat and sugar to grab and hold the flavor from the wood smoke. The solution is a marinade with some ...

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