This summer, we joined forces with the Ontario Culinary Tourism Alliance and Butternut Productions to create some “tasty” new videos with some Feast On chefs (Feast On recognizes businesses committed to sourcing Ontario grown/made food and drink).
Breakfast will never be the same again.
We woke up early for our Presqu’ile Provincial Park breakfast date with Lisa and Cassandra of Earth+City. And was it ever worth it!
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In today’s post, Chef Deb Rankine, a.k.a. The Fridge Whisperer, shares her favourite campfire chili recipes.
Chili is perfect winter camping fare.
Cook it low ’n slow in a cast iron Dutch oven set over smoldering embers, or on a gas barbecue over indirect heat with the lid down. Or — if you’re on a serviced site — in a slow cooker according to manufacturer’s instructions.
Today’s recipes use everyday pantry ingredients that are easily sourced and, for the most part, require no refrigeration.
Continue reading Some like it hot: cooking the perfect winter chili
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.
Continue reading Maple dough boy recipe