Here is just the first tip of many that may be useful for your outdoor cooking adventures. Each week we will give you either a helpful tip or a recipe from some of our favorite sources and personal experience!
“The simplest way of cooking is on a basic propane or gas camping stove. These start with a basic one-burner version, which uses a small gas canister and is ideal for boiling a pot of water or perhaps heating a can of beans in a saucepan.
For a little more versatility, try a small camp stove. These are collapsible, often supplied in a handy carrying case and with either two or three burners and usually a small grill and wind protection around the sides. This size is suitable for a wide variety of meals.
If you are getting serious about camping and you are away for more than a weekend then you may want to invest in more specialized equipment, including a camping oven for baking, which gets its heat from a two- to three-burner camp stove.”
Carter, Rachel, Mike Cooper, and Lincoln Jefferson. “Campsite Cooking.” The Camping Cookbook. Bath: Love Food, 2011. 18+. Print