- campfire recipes….
We once took a mahoosive pot that you hang over the fire Ray Meyers style. We did a curry for around 20 people in it and jacket spuds in tinfoil in the hot ashes. Was very nice.Posted 3 years ago
I have dug a small hole out in the ground before now and put pans on top to cook things. I have also cooked pizza in a frying pan by covering the whole thing in hot ash and coals. Turned out pretty good as well.flowerpowerMember
Blatant plug, but a couple of my friends wrote this a few years ago:
To be fair, not really what you are asking – but it is a useful book 🙂Posted 3 years agogazcMember
we cook just the normal stuff we would at home so no exciting camping specific recipes to offer unfortunately. sometimes we get local meat/eggs/produce from a local farm and go a bit freestyle…
as for the fire itself use big flat rocks around the edge of the fire to put your pots/pans on, with gaps to get some fuel/heat under. no need to make a hanging thing, plus the rocks keep whatever you’ve cooked warm whilst you fiddle on with getting the wine/beer out 🙂Posted 3 years agobinnersSubscriber
daftvader – a completely bonkers Croatian friend dug a fire pit in his back garden and then made a slowly rotating spit, utilising an old centrifugal pump. It was pretty bloody clever. His barby’s were epic! He’d roast a suckling pig or a couple of sheep, or a few chickens. All while drinking industrial quantities of vodka.
I’d recommend it! 😀Posted 3 years ago
The topic ‘campfire recipes….’ is closed to new replies.