Lunch & Dinner

Quick Campfire Pinto Beans Recipe

Quick Campfire Pinto Beans Colorado – specifically Dove Creek, Colorado – stakes the claim to the title “Pinto Bean Capital of the World.” That may be so, but in any case it’s hard to think of a more traditional picture ...

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Try Out This Unique Pie Iron Scallops and Squash Recipe

pie iron scallops and squash right off the campfire

Pie irons are more versatile camp cooking tools than you might think. With a little imagination, they’ll turn out more than just toasted cheese sandwiches and makeshift pies. With some Maine seafood, and a little imagination, you can turn out ...

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Enjoy This Pie Iron Lobster Roll Recipe Anywhere

a beautiful and delicious pie iron lobster roll ready to eat

While you can buy lobster rolls all over the Maine – and New England, for that matter – you can make your own campsite version with your trusty pie iron. It’s really simple and delicious. If you’re not in lobster ...

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Bacon, Parm, Hearts of Palm Combine for Unique Foil Packet

Hearts of palm, bacon, and parmesan cheese are the ingredients in this simple but unique foil packet recipe.

Hearts of palm are an often forgotten vegetable option, especially for camping. But with the addition of bacon and parmesan they make a unique foil packet side dish to grace any picnic table. Hearts of palm are sitting there in ...

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Make a Campfire Shrimp Boil In Foil

Campfire Shrimp Boil ingredients included in the foil packet are: shrimp, potatoes, sweet corn, sausage, and Old Bay Seasoning.

No question! Preparing a Campfire Shrimp Boil is gourmet campsite eating, but it’s so easy. It should be a must serve anytime you’re camping in a locale where you can lay your hands on some fresh shrimp. (But here’s a ...

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6 Wood Wrap Stoking Recipes For The Campfire

Perfect for Camping, or Anywhere Hardwood smoke adds delicious flavor to any food. The problem is “traditional” smoking methods are normally time-consuming, inconvenient, require special equipment, and for the home or camp cook, they nearly always need to be done ...

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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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