Camp Cooking

Ever Eat Bread In a Can? — Unusual But Delicious Camping Foods

It’s a New England tradition that goes back generations. It’s called brown bread. When you buy it in the grocery store (or on Amazon, I checked) it comes in a can. The most proliferate brand is B&M, the same company ...

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Try Sardines, You’ll Like Them — Unusual But Delicious Camping Foods

Try sardines as a snack, lunch on the go, or as a main dish ingredient.

Offer canned fish to someone who hasn’t tried it before and the reaction you receive may be, “Why are you trying to make me eat cat food?” While it may be the newbie’s impression, it’s ill-informed and displays a total lack of ...

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Campfire Recipes From Carolina Lowcountry

boiled fish with shrimps and potato

Carolina Lowcountry cooking is about two things. The first is seafood so fresh it’s still moving – literally. It’s likely just minutes off the boat. The second is about cooking up that seafood over an outdoor wood fire. Yes, a ...

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Ginger Beer Cocktails To Warm Your Winter

Moscow Mule in a copper mug

Ginger beer is a spicy addition to many classic cocktails, and the sweet heat from its intense ginger flavor is welcome in our drinks during colder seasons. Less bubbly and sweet than ginger ale, ginger beer gets its intense flavor ...

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Craft Beers From America’s Great Camping Destinations

Camping Destination Flavors

When we travel to great camping destinations across the country (or the continent or world, for that matter) we’re seeking a totally immersive experience. Even as short as time may be, we want to take it all in. So often ...

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Oliver Thames’ Carolina Cocktail Sauce

Fresh Organic Shrimp Cocktail with red sauce

Try this sauce on any and every kind of seafood you put on your table. Chances are you’ll find new favorite uses for this sauce every time you make it. Carolina Cocktail Sauce   Print Author: Carolina Lowcountry Ingredients 2 ...

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Oliver Thames’ LowCountry Boil

You’ll also hear this called Frogmore Stew, Beaufort Stew and Shrimp Boil. Whatever you call it you can’t make enough of it! This list of ingredients should serve 10 hungry folks, but once they start eating you’ll need seconds, thirds, and ...

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Oliver Thames’ Lowcountry Surf & Turf

Sliced steak topped with a red wine reduction sauce, plated alongside fresh green asparagus spears and prawns.

The ingredients are basic. Select what’s in season and what you can find that’s really, really fresh. Like all Lowcountry cooking, this isn’t anything fancy, but it’s oh so delicious. The proportions here will serve six or so hungry folks. ...

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Toasted Pumpkin Seed Trail Mix

Trail Mix

It makes of those tasty and healthy pumpkin seeds you harvested when carving your Halloween jack-o-lantern. It incorporates many of the traditional fall harvest and Thanksgiving flavors to enjoy at home, in the woods or at the campsite. This delicious ...

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Campfire Toasted Pumpkin Seeds

pumpkin seed recipe

It definitely doesn’t get any easier than this, and few things are tastier! Roasting pumpkin seeds over a campfire is so simple, and because you’re doing them yourself, you can choose to flavor them any way that suits you! Campfire ...

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