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All that fresh air gives you an appetite, so why settle for the same old quick camping food! Here’s where you’ll find easy recipes for camping, al fresco tips and some good-to-eat cheats for camping meals, barbecues and outdoor cooking.
Camping food needs to be quick and simple, but it can still have a gourmet touch. Try our recipe for a Moroccan-inspired chargrilled or barbecue meal that works with fish, chicken or aubergine steaks. Use a camping stove, a barbecue or the Cadac.
Here at Campfire Magazine, we always say you should be able to make great food with only two rings and a wobbly table (well, and a few tasty ingredients, of course!). Caravan-fan Amanda Regan tells us how she manages to bake cakes when camping.
Feeling a bit Mad Hatter-ish, we’ve decided to make our latest campfire all wrong…but all right. Here’s a weird and novel way to get the campfire going, plus some random camping and campervan tips to try out. Let us know if they work for you.
Just because it’s a work day not a holiday doesn’t mean outside is out of bounds. While we still have light evenings and warm(ish) weather, give yourself the treat of fresh air….and a blackberry campfire crumble.
A day with wild food expert Chris Bax and world-class chef Stephen Bulmer…and James T. Kirk was there in spirit. Read about our foraging and cooking adventure. Don’t eat anything in this interesting and inedible handful, by the way!