We’ve been out camping almost every weekend lately, and this past weekend was no exception. We taught a campfire cooking class to a small group of new friends, and made this now famous Albondigas Soup.
Thanksgiving is pretty great, but as you probably know, usually involves a lot of work. A well curated potluck is the ideal way to plan a camping Thanksgiving menu so that delicious food and a good time can be had by all.
How about an instant wow dish for your Thanksgiving table that comes in an edible bowl?
Are you getting excited about your outdoor Thanksgiving plans yet? Hopefully our Thanksgiving potluck recipes inspired you a few days ago. Here is another round to help tantalize your taste buds even more.
Camping for Thanksgiving is a surprisingly popular and awesome way to spend time with your family.
Frying is a pain, no matter where you’re doing it. It uses a ton of oil (that you have to figure out how to dispose of), makes the house smell like a fast food restaurant, and encourages owning big uni-purpose machines to avoid too much hassle.
We’ve been making different versions of this Chickpea Flour Flatbread every day for lunch for the last week. In it’s unadorned form, this “flatbread” goes by many names, but I learned of it as Socca, it’s French name.
Our friend Adan (otherwise known as “Tallkan,” if you want to follow his adventures on Instagram) is on his yearly traditional trip to June Lake right now. We’re jealous.
A couple of weeks ago we camped at Leo Carillo State Beach with my sister-in-law and her family. They have three kids who are 7, 9 and 11. We’ve been camping with our kids plenty of times before, but this trip was the best one yet.
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.