This camp pleaser is specifically designed to travel with, hence the simple mason jar presentation. If the site you plan on attending doesn’t allow glass into the camp area, you can aways trade out the glass for plastic. You can also change out the fruit based on season so that you can enjoy this extremely drinkable beverage all year round.
Alright summer lovers, let’s talk hotdogs. Whether you’re a Chicagoan, a New Yorker, or just a fine citizen of the world who can appreciate a good hot dog, listen up. Cheese + Bacon + Traditional Dog = Bliss. I know, it’s simple but sometimes, especially when camping or cooking in bulk, the simpler the better. Regardless, once you give them a try, no grill out will be complete without these tasty little dogs.
If you don’t already have a Dutch Oven available at home, this hearty meal will temp you into buying one for every foodie you know. Before you hit the trail you will need to do a bit of preparation to ensure that this dish is served they way the wonderful woodland chefs intended.
Imagine this scenario if you will: it’s Valentine’s Day, you planned to surprise your lover at work with chocolates and flowers all in the spirit of the day. You’ll proceed to tell her that you’ve made dinner reservations for The Melting Pot way in advance (impressive move) and she’ll be excited, but not quite as excited as she would be if this next scenario unfolded.
On my last camping trip I vowed to try something new for my camp cooking and quickly settled on the instant gourmet camping meals from Backpacker’s Pantry. What attracted me to these lightweight pouches was how easy they claimed to be – just add boiling water and eat!