At REI, where I work, we wear name tags with our favorite outdoor place listed on them. Mine says “Joshua Tree National Park.” For the past ten years, I have spent the majority of my days off in the park camping, climbing, hiking, and meditating. There is a quiet there that I haven’t experienced in […]
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.
Pie Irons are a bit old school, but they are a fun way to enjoy campfire cooking as a group. Use your pie iron to quickly make pressed recipes of any kind!
Gin marinated potatoes require little prep and make a flavorful easy camping side dish. Serve warm or cool on a picnic or on the side during a car camping trip.
Apple Fennel Mustard Slaw is a crunchy, tangy, and bright addition to the most typical campfire meals. It makes a great topping for anything barbecued, and can hold up well to being made in advance.
Cheesy Chicken Potatoes are a healthy yet fully satisfying easy camping recipe. Make cheesy chicken potatoes on the campfire with spinach or any vegetable you like!
These tempeh barbecue sandwiches are healthy and hearty. They are perfect for a fun night by the campfire, or to take with you on a day trip during this fitness-focused time of the year.
Corn dogs baked in a Pie Iron over the campfire. This corn dog recipe can be made in a dutch oven or on a stick, and is an exciting traditional camp recipe with an excellent twist.
Cook up some hearty, smoky Campfire Potatoes for a flavorful addition to any camping breakfast.
Chili dogs are way better than your typical camping hot dogs on a stick. This chili dog recipe is pretty straightforward, but involves gourmet straightforward ingredients (including beer), which makes all the difference.