SuzySunshine99 wrote: »
Are you car camping or backcountry backpack camping? Makes a big difference on what you can bring/cook.
In either case, remember that some foods that we normally refrigerate can last quite a while without refrigeration. Eggs, hard cheese, butter, and cured meats would all be fine without refrigeration.
beckycumming wrote: »
Do you eat crackers? I like toasting them up then having goat cheese and bruschetta as a light but fancy-feeling meal! Also making foil-pack campfire popcorn is fun and tasty (look up a tutorial online). You could also make a filling hash with grated sweet potatoes, onion, red pepper, and eggs all in a pan or skillet. You could also make nachos over the fire. Just assemble like normal (corn chips, cheese, onion, tomato/salsa, jalapenos) and place covered over the fire on the grate until the cheese is melted! Super yummy with guacamole too. If you want more ideas just message me! I go backcountry and car camping all the time and I love to cook on a stove and over the fire! I've spent a lot of time researching good camping meals so I'd be happy to share more!
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