When you were a kid, there was never something quite as exciting as hearing you were having breakfast for dinner. You felt like you were getting away with something - since when were you allowed to cover your dinner with syrup and whipped cream?
We are such big fans of this colorful pesto chicken dish! It’s perfect if you’re hosting a dinner or searching for a heartwarming cabin meal on a dreary winter day. The best part is, you can swap out some of the veggies for your own favorites, or switch ingredients up every time you make it. Flavor packed, and bright with color, this is a winner overall. We loved cooking this in our Glacier Stainless Base Camper and our timeless enamelware really brought the meal together. Grab a glass of wine on the side and enjoy!
Fall is among us and guess what that means?! Soup and stew season. We are so excited to start whipping up recipes that will warm you up, literally. If you’ve been searching for some soup inspiration, we’ve got you covered with this delish Macaroni Minestrone recipe! Add as many vegetables as you’d like, and make it your own! This is our take on it to get you started.
We recently made some Camp Jambalaya and it turned out so well that we wanted to share the recipe with you! It’s perfectly spicy and hearty for a crisp late-winter or spring day, and much of it can be pre-cooked and prepped to make an easy throw together meal while car camping or picnicking.
You’re gathered around the roaring campfire with your friends after a day of trekking through the snow. You want to warm up with a drink but you don’t want to have to mess with a shaker, a muddler, or a strainer - you just want something simple to sip. We gathered our favorite two-ingredient cocktails that don’t require any fancy tools or skills so you can kick back under the stars without the hassle.
You’ve heard of a taco bar, but have you ever heard of a hot dog bar? Here’s how it works: gather your friends at your favorite camp spot, fire up the stove or a roaring campfire, assemble your topping options in bowls, and let your guests build their own gourmet hot dog experience.
S’mores are one of the staples of camp food - the thought of gooey marshmallows and melty chocolate on a graham cracker brings out the kid in all of us. While the pastime of roasting s’mores is a classic camp activity, why not put a twist on the traditional? We’re switching up the campfire s’mores experience with a sharable Dutch Oven S’mores Dip that will feed your camp crew, no roasting sticks required. Just grab your graham cracker and dig in!
Oatmeal is a great meal for camping trips because won’t go bad and is easy to make. It’s also lightweight, which makes it the ideal breakfast for adventures where weight needs to be considered. However, it is awfully boring and bland. That’s why I came up with Adventure Oats. These oats are nutrient-rich, packed with plant proteins and essential amino acids, and will help keep your energy up and your stomach full all morning.
Time outside pairs best with delicious food. We make quality camp cookware so you can enjoy the best meals wherever your trip takes you. Next time you’re out on a river trip, exploring the open road, or setting up camp at your favorite campsite, try this shrimp and veggie pasta recipe (or make it vegetarian by skipping the shrimp). Your taste buds will thank you.
Summer is here, calling us all to spend long days playing outside. The best way to wind down after a day on the trail or on the water? A delicious camp dessert.
With the 4th of July holiday fast approaching, you can celebrate Independence Day with this patriotic red, white, and blue dessert fruit crumble. Not only is it easy to make, it’s easy to enjoy - just grab some spoons and eat it right out of the skillet.
There isn’t a comfort food more comforting than mac and cheese. The delicious squishy noodles, the melty cheese, and the inner warmth it provides makes it a classic nearly impossible to live without. We took this diner food staple and turned it up a notch to provide you with mac and cheesy goodness no matter where your adventures take you. This is camp mac and cheese three ways.
Fall traditions often seem to revolve around food: apple picking, Thanksgiving, pumpkin spice lattes. The fall season is a season of rich flavors and hot dinners - because nothing keeps fingers warm than being wrapped around a warm bowl. Whether in your kitchen, backyard, or favorite car...
Rice is a backpacking staple for a reason: it's packed with carbs, protein, vitamins, fiber, and minerals to keep you going on the trail day after day. It's also a no-nonsense grain, with very little prep or cooking skills needed to whip up a delicious rice dinner...
A little known fact: dessert is the most important meal of the day. Okay, dessert is certainly not the most nutritious for the body, but it feeds the soul after a long day of hiking, road tripping, or overall adventuring. Yet, more often than not, we skip...
For first time campers, the perfectly built s’more is a right of passage - an introduction to campfire cooking. Achieving that golden brown crust, the ideal melty chocolate-marshmallow ratio, and perfectly halved graham cracker takes patience and skill. Once you’ve become a s’more master (s’master), it’s...
Watermelon is the fruit of the summer. It awaits you at the door of every grocery store come June, and the sweet seedless melon calls to you to reenact the scene from Dirty Dancing. As easy as watermelon is to snack on straight from the slice, it's also wonderful...
We’re big fans of delicious food, and our best guess is that you are too. Yet, for some reason, many people are still settling for mediocre meals when they venture outdoors. There’s nothing more disappointing after a long day on the trail than having to dig in to a big bowl of blandness. It makes our stomachs sad just thinking about it.
Nothing says summer like a campfire in the woods. The crackle of wood, the wafts of smoke and, of course, the sweet, sweet taste of s’mores hitting your lips. Generations of kids and adults alike have been participating in the time-honored tradition of s’mores around the campfire, but few have ventured beyond the standard graham cracker, chocolate and marshmallow, a.k.a. The 1.0.
Every adventure starts with coffee - whether that means tackling a 14’er or heading into the office for a ten meeting Monday. We take coffee brewing techniques very seriously around here because we rely on coffee to get us through our day (perhaps a little more than we should).