No matter if you and the family are the type to stick to campfire classics such as hot dogs, and s’mores, or more of the gourmet type of campers, there are some basic tips that will make planning, preparing and cooking those camp meals as easy as easy as possible.
Don’t waste all that prep work you did at home.. make sure your food stays cold/frozen and won’t spoil during your time away. Spoiled food will be a waste of of money, and will simply make you sick!
Some of the best meals require little to no effort, and after a long day hiking or swimming, you might not have the energy to prepare a big meal. Here are some time savers!
You can cook nearly anything over a campfire on a simple, inexpensive camping grill. Covering the grill with foil will help keep the food from charring and burning before the inside is cooked. Foods such as burgers, sausages, bacon, meat, etc, can all be set directly on top of the foil.
You can also use aluminum foil to make little pouches for your food, often referred to as “Hobo Pack” or “Foil Packet” recipes. This style of cooking is great for things that might otherwise cook unevenly, burn quickly, or end up dry and bland.. like fresh fish, vegetables, or chicken.
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