The Jacob Bromwell Original Genuine Pyramid Toaster is old. As in old-timey charm, that is. The camping contrivance is designed to be placed over an open fire and holds a couple of slices of bread at a time. Within a few moments, the device turns out nicely-browned toast, quickly and easily–no extension cords required.
Graham crackers come in a certain size for a reason: they are (apparently) scientifically proven to be perfectly suited for sâ€™mores. Just consider two of the squares stuffed with a marshmallow and chocolate in between and it seems reasonable enough. However, despite the perfect size, sâ€™mores can be messy things to construct. Like a cage… Continue reading Free The Sâ€™mores
A stick goes a long way at a campfire. You can use it to roast a marshmallow or even cook a hot dog. As delicious as these campfire classics may be, their everlasting popularity has got to be due in part to the lowly stick. (After all, every campfire has one.) However, while great for… Continue reading Pop Goes The Campfire
Okay, enough. Grill baskets are great, but when we start making them for hamburgers, well then thatâ€™s when it has gone too far. There are those grill grates sitting there after all. Usually. Most of the time. Not always when camping, I guess. Or at a bonfire. And those grates at the park can be… Continue reading Burgers In A Grill Basket?
The best part of a sâ€™more is pushing it together. There is nothing more barbaric than seeing a full-figured marshmallow that hasnâ€™t been smushed into sâ€™moredom. Right out of the microwave (or campfire for you sâ€™more purists), the first thing to do is to smush that sucker together. It is a satisfaction that should be… Continue reading Automated sâ€™more maker does the smushing for you
Getting away from the city is always a recipe for a good time. Part of that fun usually includes â€˜camping foodâ€™. Bearing a resemblance to â€˜rood foodâ€™, camping grub usually includes things you wouldnâ€™t normally eat. At the very least, any meal you prepare is most likely going to differ from how you make it… Continue reading Rotisserie in the woods