Just going over some itinerary with Dave (Urban Assault Fly Fishing) for our upcoming Musky Country trip. Got me thinking about food…
I’m always jealous of the meals that Jeff (High Plains Fly Fisher) has cooked up on his trips. I’m curious what everyone else enjoys cooking out there.
What are some of your favorite campfire grilled meals?
|Some chicken I cooked up on a Missouri float trip.|
8 Replies to “Camp food”
good thing i just ate or you'd make me dang hungry! :)if this was highplains spot, there'd be a PBR in that shot, somewhere. 🙂
Being a Geezer, I've given up on campfire cooking. When the wife and I camp (in the Clipper) we haul along a small Weber. I cook what she decides we're having for dinner. It's what happens when you get old.
Steaks and baked beans. Great food in general, even better when camping!
Mmmmm… I love camp food. That chicken looks great. Here's what I cooked on an island off Fishers Island last weekend….http://ct-swampyankee.tumblr.com/post/96271395296/campfire-clambake-under-the-lobsters-are
There would definitely be a PBR in the shot if this was his meal. I believe I was drinking Dales Pale Ale that day.
I guess you could start calling me old, too. The last 2 years, all of my camping trips have consisted of whatever is easiest. Lunch meat, bread, and chips seem the way to go.
I have never been a fan of beans. Steak – Yes please! I'm a fan of porterhouse steaks.
Wow! Those lobsters and corn look great! I could only image what the full meal was like. That's 5 star camping!