Posts Tagged ‘campfire cooking’

Two Words: Campfire Cooking

 

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Canadians love the outdoors; we get out of the city whenever possible and we embrace the change of seasons, and when we can, we camp in the wilderness-or at least semi wilderness- and we cook outdoors. Is it too early to start thinking about camping and cooking in the great outdoors? We don’t think so. There’s a reason so many people rhapsodize about the Canadian spring, but so few of us really get in touch with nature this time of year. And if you’re thinking about camping you’re going to want to brush up on your campfire cooking skills.  Continue »



Shakshuka

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My husband got a taste for shakshuka, the Middle Eastern egg and tomato dish, when he was travelling in Israel last year, and he hasn’t let up about it since. In the past year we’ve had it for breakfast, brunch and lunch, and with a few variations literally thrown in, it makes a great supper as well. Made with the best tomatoes you can get your hands on-which should be easy this time of year-and served with thick slices of fresh bread or soft pita it is a one dish masterpiece. Shakshuka is a great way to use up those fresh tomatoes that are just a little over ripe and not suitable for salads or sandwiches.  Continue »



Campfire Cooking

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There is nothing like getting out of the city and living out of a tent or camper for a few days. Packing properly for campfire cooking is vital to ensure you have an awesome camping experience. Hot dogs and hamburgers are all fine and good but if you care about food experiences this is a great chance to really explore new recipes and techniques that you can’t always indulge in while cooking at home. Here’s our round-up of the best campfire cooking recipes and tips…

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