From the bloggers at News Miner.
Everything tastes better on a camping trip, but that doesn’t mean camp food can’t be improved on. After spending last summer in a camp food rut, eating mostly couscous and hummus, I asked friends for inspiration for the 2015 camping season.
We could have done a recipe exchange. Instead, nine friends gathered for a competitive camp cooking contest this weekend. We held it under a tarp on a rainy Saturday night at the Granite Tors campground.
We assembled about a dozen dishes, from hanger steak sandwiches to bean and quinoa stuffed peppers to corn on the cob with butter and spice. All were tasty, but I’ll share the recipes for the most popular, based on our voting.
One suggestion for anyone else who tries to organize a camp food competition like this is to bring lots of tables. The picnic table at our campsite wasn’t easily covered with a rain fly, and workspace was soon in high demand at the three tiny camp tables we had.
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