That chill in the air shouldn't put you off the great outdoors, it should encourage more evenings around warm campfires and sleeping bag snuggles. Still, it is chilly, and a cold snap could be dangerous so use common sense and take these cold weather camping tips to heart.
Whether you’re braving the cold for a night under the stars, or you’re warming yourself by the fireplace, there’s no need to waste all that sweet, sweet heat. Cook yourself up a meal over those roaring flames and enjoy that special ‘barbecue’ taste you only get from an open fire. These campfire recipes are easy and more fun than you can, well, shake a stick at!
Tips and temperatures for grilling the perfect burger.
It sounds easy enough right? Match, wood… no brainer. But after thirty minutes on your knees huffing and puffing only to have your paltry fire smolder out, you know the struggle. Every seasoned campfire starter will swear by their particular method, but there are some basic tenants that are true for all fires.
As you get your camping gear together and head out into the woods for one last hurrah, we've put together a little weekend recipe collection for you. You don’t have to haul out everything including the kitchen sink, just a few thoughtfully planned ingredients will help you to create the kind of meals memories are made from.
If you're celebrating Cinco de Mayo in the great outdoors, you need to fuel your fun. Here are 5 really great Mexican camping recipes to cook on the campfire.