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Getting back to basics where food, fire, and fun are all combined into a little rustic sumpin' sumpin' called campfire cooking. Share your ideas, methods, and recipes where conversation is best. Dat Fire!

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Getting back to basics where food, fire, and fun are all combined into a little rustic sumpin' sumpin' called campfire cooking. Share your ideas, methods, and recipes where conversation is best. Dat Fire!

/r/CampfireCooking

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A Hit for Every Gathering. Lamb Meat Recipe

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2024/06/17
15:06 UTC

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EASY Campfire Apple Pie - Lakeside Cook'n

Classic campfire treat 🔥

0 Comments
2024/06/16
02:06 UTC

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ask The Splendid Table!

hi r/CampfireCooking

I’m a producer with The Splendid Table, a podcast and show hosted by award-winning food writer Francis Lam, celebrating the intersection of food and life for more than two decades. We have some upcoming episodes where we would love to answer listener questions: cooking conundrums and WTF moments included.

Are you tired of bringing the same recipes along and looking to change things up? Trying to find the right equipment? Looking to improve your technique? Send us your questions!

Record a voice memo with your question and send it to contact@splendidtable.org, or upload your file to our contact page here. You can also call us at 800-537-5252 and leave us a message. Feel free to get creative in the recording!

Plus, we have Jocelyn Delk Adams joining us on the show soon and she's ready to answer your questions. Jocelyn is the founder and author of the award-winning cookbook Grandbaby Cakes, and the food website grandbaby-cakes.com. She loves taking her family’s — particularly her grandmother’s — cherished generational recipes and adding a modern spin while preserving their original charm and spirit. Jocelyn is the co-host of the Cooking Channel and Discovery Plus game show, Stab That Cake.

So, if you have any questions specifically for Jocelyn, please send those in, too!

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2024/06/12
20:24 UTC

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Good recipe for campfire trout?

Recently caught a couple trout while on a camping trip. Cooked on cast iron skillet with just salt (didn’t think I’d be catching any so didn’t bring more spices). Tasted good but I’d love different camping recipes!

11 Comments
2024/06/12
18:13 UTC

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Miss campfire cooking :(

It's been so long since I've been camping. One of our favorite meals to make is steaks and potatoes over the fire with a side of veggies. Where we live it's very hot and humid/rainy right now. Not my kind of camping weather. Tell me what you guys are cooking in nature this weekend!

2 Comments
2024/06/12
06:15 UTC

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Smoked grayling on the river mana

1 Comment
2024/06/10
16:36 UTC

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Campfire Cooking - Backcountry Smashburger - Camping Meal Ideas - Algonquin Park Camping

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2024/06/08
14:36 UTC

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We picked some morel mushrooms and fried them with butter, garlic, and mule deer tenderloin when we were trout fishing last week. I've eaten lots of wild mushrooms but morels are my favourite by far.

7 Comments
2024/06/07
02:38 UTC

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Chicken Curry, camping style! On a recent trip to Tan Hill campsite, the highest pub in the UK. A remote moorland pitch

1 Comment
2024/06/04
13:40 UTC

49

Bacon wrapped corn on the cob

6 Comments
2024/06/01
00:21 UTC

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Bacon Wrapped Glizzies

You've gotta try these!

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2024/05/31
06:26 UTC

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Lime squeeze hack

13 Comments
2024/05/27
15:18 UTC

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Chili and Johnnycakes for dinner

2 Comments
2024/05/27
10:12 UTC

5

Campfire Moose Burger & Fries in the Woods!

1 Comment
2024/05/23
17:24 UTC

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One of my favorites meals in the camping

I like bread and I like garlic, so it's a perfect combo

https://youtube.com/shorts/0Ak1kiganWw?si=zyxdRg6KEBdGBtxi

5 Comments
2024/05/22
19:50 UTC

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Chili dogs for dinner

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2024/05/20
12:22 UTC

5

Any good recommendations for diabetic friendly food while camping?

My husband and I love to camp and recently, he’s been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes.

4 Comments
2024/05/17
17:47 UTC

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Sloppy joes in the old fire pit

2 Comments
2024/05/16
08:45 UTC

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Camping food....help me fill the blanks?

We will be camping and im just out of ideas when it come to food. Im a list kinda girl, and whether my group sticks to it or not I want to at least throw it out there. There are at least 6 adults, and at least 9 children going. Potentially more, more have been invited but im not sure if they will actually show up or if they did a friendly yes, but they have no intention of going. My family of 5 will be there Wednesday to Sunday. We will have a fire and a charcoal BBQ grill that we will be using. This is the menu I've come up with so far. Help me fill in the blanks. Im buying the aluminum pans if that helps (for beans and such)

Wednesday Lunch

Dinner: shish kabobs (+side?) Meat Onion Peppers Zucchini Mushroom Pineapple

Thursday Breakfast: pastries

Lunch: egg sandwiches Hard boiled eggs. (Boil at home) Paprika Mayo Bread Mustard Garlic salt

Dinner: hamburgers and hotdogs Hamburger patties Hot dogs Buns Tomato Lettuce Mustard Ketchup Chips

Friday Breakfast: grandmas Breakfast Oil Obrien potatoes Keilbasa Eggs Peppers Onion

Lunch: turkey sandwiches Turkey Bread Tomato Lettuce Mayo Mustard

Dinner : Grilled chicken and beans chicken Marinade Beans

Saturday Breakfast:

Lunch:

Dinner: steak and potato salad Fathers day steak Premade potatoe salad at home. Warm over fire. Potato Sour cream Mustard Frenches fried onions Butter Bacon Green onion Seasoning.

Sunday Breakfast: poptarts

Lunch walking tacos Small Dorito bags Hamburger meat Taco seasoning Lettuce Tomato Sour cream Cheese Onion

Any ideas? Am I once again overdoing it? Its still a month away and I'm already stressed lol

5 Comments
2024/05/16
04:16 UTC

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Hanging chicken

1 Comment
2024/05/10
23:45 UTC

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