Category Archives for "Camp Fire Cooking"
Cassoulet is like the French’s version of Pork and Beans. It’s a rustic, peasant dish, that is pure comfort food. Cassoulet (named for the casserole dish it cooks in) is often made with meat (pork, mutton, duck…) and pork skins and white beans. I’ve adapted this classic French dish for the grill, using Smithfield Applewood […]Continue reading
Roasting pumpkins in hot coals is a fun way to cook veggies- I imagine this is the way our ancestors did it before they had ovens! Most people think of pumpkin pie when they think of this iconic fall squash. But in this recipe it makes for a wonderful salad, roasted in coals and served […]Continue reading
I first encountered the “plancha” cooking style when my good friend John Dawson from PatioDaddiobbq gave me Francis Mallmann’s book 7 Fires as a wedding present over 5 years ago. This was fitting at the time as we went to Argentina on our honeymoon and 7 Fires is all about Argentinian style grilling on a […]Continue reading
Hobo Packets are one of the easiest ways to put together a tasty dinner with very minimal fuss or clean up! That is why they are perfect for camping or even a quick yet tasty weeknight dinner? What is a hobo packet? Essentially, a hobo packet is a foil packet filled with ingredients you cook […]Continue reading
Are you an #Evergriller? Do you grill year-round, despite the seasons or weather? If Memorial Day weekend does NOT have significance to you as the unofficial start of grilling season, then you, my friend, are an Evergriller. Because Evergrillers know that grilling does not have a “season” – it is always a good time to […]Continue reading
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