One truth about outdoor cooking is that there will be fails. Another truth is that even when you fail, you’ll usually find a way to fix it.
When I’m not busy having fun with Dirty Gourmet, I’m having fun teaching classes at Art Center College of Design. One of the many perks of teaching is keeping up-to-date with latest and greatest trends through my students and colleagues.
We’ve been thinking a bit more simply lately when it comes to camping food. As much as it is possible and encouraged to create amazing gourmet meals from scratch in the backcountry, sometimes it’s just nice to have things ready already.
Take advantage of the sun this summer, and use it to make you a refreshing cocktail with sun tea. A hammock or picnic blanket works best for drinking this Sun Tea Cocktail
Memorial Day weekend is coming up, and it’s always a great time to get outdoors with family and friends. Here is a roundup of some of our favorite camping recipes. Quick and simple, and great for a party. Enjoy!
Beer Cheese Fondue is a fun recipe for camping with a group. Cheese fondue is quick and easy to make as well as clean up, and you can dip almost anything!
Everyone likes a good, grandma-style potato salad, especially with bacon! Take your family on a picnic and bring Spring Onion and Bacon Potato Salad with you.
These Blueberry Almond Coconut Bars are a great on the go snack. We take them to the park for the littles all the time, but they’d also make a perfect trail snack.
Need something easy to get you started on your new year goals? This Layered Cabbage Jar Salad is the perfect healthy recipe to take on your upcoming outdoor adventures.
Campfire Baked Beans are an old favorite that are worth adding to any camping meal. This is a guest post for an old family recipe for baked beans that is tried and true.