5 Campfire Cooking tips and Tricks!
Travels with Ted
The RV Camping Experts
July 18th, 2023
Placing your food directly in open flames will lead to burnt meals. Instead, let the wood burn down to hot coals before using the fire for cooking.
Don’t Cook in the Flames
Building a fire and burning it down takes time. Start building the fire at least an hour before you plan to put dinner on.
Controlling the temperature of a fire is difficult. To ensure meat is properly cooked, used a instant read meat thermometer
Use a Thermometer
Keep a bucket of water and bucket of sand on hand to quickly dampen the flames if your campfire gets out of control.
Be Ready to Put the Fire Out
Skewers makes grilling vegetables and meat over the fire much easier, because they prevent chunks of food from falling into the fire.
Use Stainless Steel Skewers
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