Nothing beats the rich, smoky flavour of campfire cooking. Grills are simple to use and allow you to cook a variety of food at once, including faves like steak, burgers, and corn on the cob.
But too often we hear tales of campfire woe, from the classic charred veggies/cold meat conundrum to the tear-inducing “my steak fell into the fire” tragedy.
Fear not, would-be grillmasters: these 5 tips will have you whipping up the perfect fire-grilled meal in no time.
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In today’s post, Chef Deb Rankine, a.k.a. The Fridge Whisperer, shares the recipes for two really quick, really delicious, really healthy salads that eat like a meal.
Anyone camping for more than a few days knows space is always a concern, especially when it comes to packing the cooler. But with a little creativity and know-how, you can plan meals everyone will love while making the most of the ingredients you have to work with.
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You’ve got some great camping adventures planned this August.
But you REFUSE to eat hotdogs and marshmallows for dinner even one. more. time.
Class up your camping snacks and beverages with these innovative, portable tools:
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Ontario’s provincial parks all offer FREE day-use on July 21, 2017, and our parks have all sorts of events planned, from treasure hunts to zumba to campfire singalongs!
And all that fun is sure to make you hungry.
Whether a romantic tête–à–tête by the river or a family reunion on the beach, Healthy Parks, Healthy People Day is a picnic-perfect event.
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You’ve got big plans. Today’s the day you conquer a stretch of whitewater, take the trail to the waterfall, or join that guided wildlife hike.
But the morning feels chilly. And your muscles are tight from yesterday’s portage. And your inner-naysayer has almost got you convinced to snuggle back in your sleeping bag and let the day go by.
But then the wind shifts.
And you smell the one thing that never fails to rev up your inner adventurer.
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This wonderful campfire recipe was submitted by Marketing Specialist Sheila Wiebe.
Dough boys are based on a cherished family tea biscuit recipe from Sheila’s grandma, Bertha Lee. Born in 1898 in Otterville, Ontario, Grandma Lee died at the ripe old age of 102.
Today, Grandma Lee’s recipe is one of Sheila’s most treasured (and used), and Sheila thinks Grandma Lee would be tickled pink to know it’s been shared with Parks Blog readers.
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ALLORGANIC® products are now available at participating Ontario Parks Stores at special introductory prices with all proceeds supporting Science & Research projects in Ontario Parks!
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Maybe it’s the additional oxygen you get when you’re outdoors, or all that exercise that makes you hungry. Whatever the reason, food always tastes better when you’re camping. Here are five favourite campsite recipes to try on your next camping trip to Ontario Parks. Three are classics and two come from new campers. They participated in our Learn to Camp program which challenges new campers to cook on a camp stove. We’ve also added a link to a post from a Bon Echo Provincial Park camper on how to cook a Thanksgiving turkey outdoors BBQ turkey for Thanksgiving? Why not?. You’ll find more campsite recipes plus meal planning tips on our Learn to Camp site .
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