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Food of the Field Trip: Great River Road

Nick frying fish in tempura batter on picnic table with COAST headlamp during Field Trip: Great River Road.

When we head out on 50 Campfires Field Trips, the mission is always to experience the area we’re visiting as fully as possible. That means meeting the people, visiting the sites, and especially sampling foods of the region. However, we ...

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6 Winter Soups and Stews to Keep You Warm

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Making the best of cold weather means making great winter soups and stews to warm the coldest souls from the inside out! Whether you make it at home and carry them along in a thermos, reheat it at a yurt ...

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CanCooker’s Favorites: Orange Ginger Glazed Wild Duck Breast

Wild duck is rich in flavor and can have a juicy mouthfeel. Like many other wild game meats, duck meat will also help you boost your protein intake. Both healthy and absolutely delicious, this is one recipe you can’t pass up. ...

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CanCooker’s Favorites: Beef Bourguignon

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Beef Bourguignon is a well-known traditional French recipe. The recipe’s roots stem from the Burgundy region in France. A delectable beef stew, this dish is typically prepared by braising the beef in a full-bodied, classic red Burgundy wine, and then stewed ...

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Homemade Mac and Cheese

homemade mac and cheese

It doesn’t matter if you’re a kid or an adult sized kid, mac and cheese is delicious. Straight out of the box is great, but a homemade mac and cheese is what really hits the spot. Creamy, cheesy and not ...

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Pie Iron Philly Cheesesteak Recipe

One of our readers, Elizabeth, was camping with her husband when they both had a craving for a good Philly Cheesesteak. Elizabeth then decided to make her own Philly Cheesesteak recipe in a pie iron and let me be the ...

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