Family, friends, fun and food are the four ingredients that make a camping trip truly special. When it comes to packing provisions, though, how can you make things easy, exciting and nutritious for vegans and people on plant-based diets?
We’ve been promising to review the LotusGrill barbecue ever since we thoroughly road-tested the Cobb. So here we are. Did it prove to be smokeless? Did it really only take three minutes to get to cooking temperature?
We set our testers the challenge of making a meal using some of the most popular woodburning camping stoves – the Frontier, the EcoZoom Versa, the tiny Woodgas stove and the high-tech Biolite. Plus the Solo Stove gasifying model and more. See how they fared.
Chargrilled tofu or steak with rice and lentil pilaff, a gooey chocolate pancake and a perfect camping breakfast-on-toast. Try our fast and simple camping recipes using either a Cadac Safari Chef or any decent camping stove.
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.