An excellent dessert for a campfire meal.
A quick and easy campfire snack.
This is an easy way to have spaghetti while camping. No dirty dishes!
Spicy, sweet and tasty beef jerky. Very easy to make and very tasty. A good trail snack or while fishing. Good while watching a game on TV, or take some to your favorite watering hole and share the wealth around. Low in fat treat.
If you have time, the right tools and supplies, you can make anything. A bookcase, a crib, or even fresh sausage.
This is a great jerky for those who like hot foods, that's why I call it "Scalded Bull". I usually make it with beef, but it's great for venison jerky too!
If you like it spicy, try this blend of Cajun and Creole spices with habanero pepper sauce on your next batch of beef or venison jerky.
Hot donut sandwiches filled with pineapple slices are a great dessert to make over the coals of a campfire.
This cornbread is a simple recipe - only eleven ingredients. To ensure that the cakey dough doesn't dry out, stir in some sour cream, milk, and a little creamed corn.
Three of man's favorites together in one package: Bacon, waffles, and steak. If you're ready for the breakfast of a lifetime, dial this baby up.
My dad always said the right tool makes the job go easier. In this case we will make use of an apple corer and a red brick to make the perfect popper. Please don't waste your money on one of those expensive popper holders!
I grew up (and am still growing up) with this recipe. My dad would make it every time we went camping. It takes a few minute to make so you can bring along the ingredients with you (camping or to a picnic etc) and throw it together at your destination.
Beer and lemonade, it’s ridiculously refreshing on a hot day.
G&T, it just tastes like summer time.
This cocktail comes as advertised: some Campari, some soda. Oh, and a twist of orange peel. Beautiful on a hot day.
It’s liquor (whatever you like) and club soda in a tall glass with ice. It’s not rocket science, it’s a highball.
I can’t really explain the name. But the drink is ecumenical.
The island take on the classic brandy sidecar.
Rye whiskey and ginger ale. So simple, and yet the spice of the rye together with the ginger ale tastes complex.
In the glass, it reminds me of the kind of sunrise that Cormac McCarthy describes in “Dead Meridian.” A martini glass works well here if you take it without ice.