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My camping area - bonfire area. Easy solution to seating problem....Rustic wooden benches for outdoor seating...

Wooden Bench Ceremony

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Baked Apple for camping! Halve an apple. Hollow out the core and fill with brown sugar and a pat of butter. Wrap in tin foil and place in the coals.

The Art of Camp Cooking.

Women: What's so great about camping? Sure, there are a not of negatives. But here are the 10 things I learned on our first campig trip that will make me do it again.

Top 33 Most Creative Camping DIY Projects and Clever Ideas

Aluminum Foil Dinner ideas that can be cooked over an open fire in the coals or grilled on the BBQ. Great for Camping or Hunting Camps.

Free Kindle Book For A Limited Time : 100 Easy Camping Recipes - Preparing quick meals on camping trips is easy if you have the right recipes and ingredients.

Never boil corn again! Want to know the easiest way to cook corn on the cob? Throw it in the oven at 350° for 25-30 minutes. That’s it. Leave the husk on, it will trap in the moisture, leaving you with juicy, tender corn. The husk and silk will peel away easily once it’s cooked. Cut off the large end and it slides right out with no silk. Bonus - keeps more of the nutrients in the corn (no boiling is best).

Alternative Gardning: The easiest way to cook corn on the cob

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store matches in mason jar, add a piece of sand paper in the cap on which to strike the matches.... brilliant!

You want pancakes when you camp... But it's messy, you have to take milk and eggs... What if you pre-made it before you left and stored them in bags. Freeze it, pack it, and just cut the tip off when you are ready to cook. Easy clean up!

41 Camping Hacks That Are Borderline Genius | These tips and tricks will guarantee you’ll be a totally happy camper this summer.

Lots of pie iron recipes! This is us all summer long!

Toss chopped peppers, potatoes, zucchini, red onion and sausage (I used turkey kilbasa) with olive oil, salt, pepper and garlic powder. Seal in an aluminum foil pouch and bake at 400 for 40ish minutes. You can also grill this.

Meals Prepared Over Camp Fires