Camp Cooking

Campfire Mexican Street Corn

campfire mexican street corn

Campfire Mexican Street Corn Upgrade your standard corn on the cob to a flavorful street corn style dinner side! With a little imagination and very little effort, you can take a whole new spin on a traditional favorite.  As soon ...

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Best High Calorie Trail Snacks to Keep You Going All Day

high calorie trail snacks

Hiking and backpacking is strenuous work that demands high calorie trail snacks. Depending on terrain, how heavy your back is, and how fast you’re going, you can burn anywhere from 300 to 700 calories per hour. That’s a whole lot ...

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Golden Perfection French Toast

camping french toast

French toast doesn’t have to be an elaborate breakfast reserved only for special occasions. In fact, you can bring just a few ingredients with you on your next camping out and whip up this delicious breakfast in no time! French ...

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Campfire Orange Cinnamon Rolls

campfire orange cinnamon rolls

S’mores aren’t the only sweet treat you can make over the campfire. Learn how to take your camp breakfast to the next level with these flakey campfire orange cinnamon rolls! Early a.m. wakeups at the campsite don’t always inspire elaborate ...

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Savory TexMex Chicken Foil Packet

texmex chicken foil packet

You can have your own fiesta at the campsite tonight with this cheesy, flavorful TexMex Chicken Foil Packet. This no-mess campfire dinner is sure to become one of your favorites! This easy Mexican style dinner is packed with flavor and ...

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21 Crave Worthy Cast Iron Desserts

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10 Favorite Vegetarian Camping Recipes

“Why don’t you give us more vegetarian recipes?” is one of the most common questions from 50 Campfires curious culinary crowd.  Our answer is, “We do!” But we have to admit that they get spread out in the magazine and ...

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Stuffed Pumpkin Done Picture Perfect

stuffed pumpkin sliced in half to reveal layers.

It was a big day for your extended family at the apple orchard. There was apple picking, hayrides, a corn maze, punkin chunkin’, and more. Now everyone’s back at the fire pit in your back yard … and they’re hungry. If you want ...

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Door County Cherry and Cucumber Salad

cherry-cucumber-salad

This is a light, quick salad that makes the most of the late-July to mid-August harvest of sweet cherries in Door County, Wisconsin. You can cut things up ahead of time and just keep them in the cooler to toss ...

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Door County Fish Boil for Two

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The traditional Door County Fish Boil is a tourist spectacle that turns out some mighty good eating. Many restaurants there have fish boils weekly and some every night. The cooking is done outside in a huge caldron. Water is brought ...

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