Camp Cooking

World-Class Steak: Steak Cooking Process

selecting your cut of steak

This post is part of our 50 Campfires series, 9 Rules for Flame-Cooking a World-Class Steak, giving you a complete guide to one of the best camping meals imaginable. This is where the rubber meets the road. Below we outline ...

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World-Class Steak: Steak Temperature Guide

selecting your cut of steak

This post is part of our 50 Campfires series, 9 Rules for Flame-Cooking a World-Class Steak, giving you a complete guide to one of the best camping meals imaginable. A critical step in cooking the perfect steak is understanding temperature ...

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World-Class Steak: The Importance of Resting a Steak

selecting your cut of steak

This post is part of our 50 Campfires series, 9 Rules for Flame-Cooking a World-Class Steak, giving you a complete guide to one of the best camping meals imaginable. The importance of resting a steak cannot be overstated. This is ...

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World-Class Steak: Cutting and Slicing a Steak

selecting your cut of steak

This post is part of our 50 Campfires series, 9 Rules for Flame-Cooking a World-Class Steak, giving you a complete guide to one of the best camping meals imaginable. One of final steps in this process cutting and slicing a ...

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World-Class Steak: Steak Saucing and Sides

selecting your cut of steak

This post is part of our 50 Campfires series, 9 Rules for Flame-Cooking a World-Class Steak, giving you a complete guide to one of the best camping meals imaginable. The final step in cooking a world-class steak is understanding the ...

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In The Can: Coronado Brewing Company – Coronado, CA

    Twenty years ago, Coronado Brewing Company opened the doors of a brewpub on Coronado Island off of San Diego, California. Simple, easy-going, So-Cal laid back was what they were after … what they achieved … and what they’ve ...

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The BottleKeeper Prevents Broken Glass At The Campsite

I grew up camping in Northern Minnesota, where the campsites were scattered with exposed rock. While it made for a very scenic weekend, it also meant that we had a “no bottles” rule. People are barefoot all weekend, and even ...

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In The Can: Fogbelt Brewing – Santa Rosa, CA

If you head north on Highway 101 for about 60 miles from San Francisco, California – you’ll come to the city of Santa Rosa. As the county seat of Sonoma County, it’s a well-known destination for wine lovers from around ...

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Hobo Custard

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Yes, it’s probably un-PC, but cooking in and eating anything from a tin can has traditionally been called “hobo style” … so get over it. This is delicious, improvised custard cooked over the campfire. It cuts down on dish duty, ...

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Delicious Campfire Baked Apples

Campfire Baked Apples

This campfire baked apples recipe is one to involve the kids to keep their minds off being chilly. Get them going, and soon they’ll be ready for more trail hiking, canoe paddling and bug collecting. This makes a fantastic dessert and even a ...

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