Cooking Method: Campfire
When you have the urge to camp, but just can't get away, create the flavors of camping at home with a grilled s'mores sandwich.
Get your Mardi Gras on with grilled crawfish served with homemade Old Bay aioli.
Love coconut shrimp, but not all the extra calories that come with them? These grilled orange coconut shrimp are sweet, salty, crunchy and guilt free at under 300 calories per serving.
Liven up your next party with homemade grilled salsa. The charred fresh vegetables add way more depth than the stuff that comes out of a jar.
Ditch the can. Upgrade your Thanksgiving dinner with homemade cranberry sauce.
This recipe for grilled Galbi - Korean short ribs - uses two secret ingredients to tenderize the meat and add authentic sweetness to the vinegar & soy sauce
With the addition of charred chicken and smoky pork, this Grilled Chicken Adobo (Filipino stew) is even better than the original, traditional recipe.
Enjoy ooey gooey, chocolaty campfire s’mores without getting your hands dirty. Mix and match flavors with our 6 fun s’mores cones recipes.
Campfire macaroni and cheese – a little bacon, a little jalapeno, a lot of cheese.
I grill Korean short ribs every other week. They’re quick and taste like beef bacon candy. Recipe + three grilling methods, including two for the campfire.
Forget about hamburgers and hot dogs, glamp up your camping trip with campfire steak on a stick.