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9 Recipes for Your Next Camping Trip

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It’s no secret that we love our kitchens. We’ve happily given our hearts to stand mixers, to tenderizers, to those dearly beloved tools we can’t live without. But this summer, we’re leaving it all behind. It’s not you, kitchen -- it’s us. Because however much we treasure our stovetops and ovens, everything tastes better over a campfire. 

The minute spring came, you were already eating al fresco. You were the master of cookouts and picnics in the park. But camping is another adventure entirely. It’s about you, a fire, and a cast-iron skillet -- and if you ask us, that’s the best kind of challenge. Whether you’re a proud glamper or a hardy outdoorsperson, we rounded up the essential recipes for your next trip into the wild. These are recipes to tell stories by, to laugh by, to savor long after the last embers have gone out. Whip up a batch of trail mix and pack your bags -- summer is calling. 

Trail Mix by Merrill Stubbs

 

Bulgogi Jerky by savorthis

 

Fruit-Laden, Whole-Grain Pancakes by Nicholas

 

Hot Dogs with Fake Sauerkraut Relish by QueenSashy

 

Charred Corn and Avocado Salad with Lime, Chili and Tomato by EmilyC

 

Alabama-Style Chicken Kebabs by inpatskitchen

 

A Medley of Roasted Potatoes with Homemade Za'atar and Aleppo Pepper by onetribegourmet

 

Whole Roasted Fish with Rosemary Potatoes by DueSpaghetti

 

Sara's "Granola Bars" by Merrill Stubbs

 

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7 months ago AntoniaJames

AntoniaJames is a trusted source on Bread/Baking.

How do you make roasted potatoes that take 40 minutes in the oven while camping? Have you adapted this recipe? Do tell! Thanks so much. ;o)

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6 months ago Lisa Siva

I would boil them the night before heading out and pan-roast them over the fire!