Campfire Cake in an Orange– Cut the tops off oranges scoop out the fruit. Fill each orange just past halfway with prepared cake mix. Put the tops back on wrap in foil. Set the oranges in the campfire coals for 20 minutes. The cake bakes right in the ora
Rocket stove in use - everyone needs to know how to build/use one of these for "those" times when there's no other way to cook. (My Junior Girl Scout Handbook showed this stove made with a large coffee can.
Most of us know how to cook something. But how many of us can truly cook without pulling anything out of a box? We need to learn, if only so we know what to do (and how to do it) if we do not have manufactured foods available. Now for the Edible recipes!
Campfire Mac n' Cheese Can you think of a better way to dine while camping than eating your favorite comfort food cooked fireside? Campfire mac n' cheese is made with plenty of shredded gouda, gruyere and sharp cheddar cheese.
I never was a fan of those cedar blocks for grilling fish. I think this is a great idea, though! The Husband loves lemon on his fish, too - Bonus! Grill your fish on a bed of lemons to infuse flavor & prevent sticking to the grill.
Balcony grill / Only a minority have balcony room for a classic barbecue on legs. The space-saving balcony grill Bruce is hooked on the balcony railings. This enables everyone to have a BBQ - even if you are gardenless or have a small Balcony.