Campfire Cooking

Having a meal cooked over the campfire might be the best recovery for campers after a long and exhausting trekking day. At first, there are some cautions and safety guides for campfire cooking that should be considered.

Dry wood, less wind, and an allowed place for campfire are 3 basic requirements to start with. Many campsites have a place for this so make sure to contact them first and you can have some free supply with the best place to build your campfire.

There are a variety of ways to cook your meal from hot dogs to barbecue or grilled burgers depends on your choices. Many campers favored kebab cubes, boiled or roasted potatoes, and beans as side dishes.

While cooking at camping sites, the aluminum foil would be a great help, cooking all of your food at once with a shorter time. Bringing the right equipment for campfire cooking is also important because you don’t want your pans or pots to meltdown while cooking. Having a portable grill as a back-up plan wouldn’t be a bad idea.

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