Month: September 2014

Sausage, Sage and Pumpkin Pasta

Delicious Pasta for the Seasons This Sausage, Sage and Pumpkin Pasta is pure comfort food with a seasonal twist.  An oldie but goodie.  That’s how I know this pasta dish.  It’s been around our house for years, and it’s one of those recipes that I can’t exactly remember… This recipe is a re=post from our friend Robert. The Culinary Camper makes no guarantees for the quality of this article, as we merely re-post recipes we find delectable. We do this so that we can bring you new and different cuisines from different sites around the world. We think it keeps The Culinary Camper unique and fun, and we hope you enjoy these recipes. We try to keep any recipe re-posts that we put on this website interesting, and yet still relevant to outdoor cooking. While not all recipes show how to make them outdoors, we feel that with some slight alterations, the recipes can easily be made outdoors. Our motto here at the Culinary Camper is that you can cook anything outdoors that you can cook in an indoor kitchen, with just a little ingenuity and creativity. We enjoy featuring new articles like this one from our friends around the web. If you would like to contribute, please contact us by filling out the form on our about page, and we will contact you about featuring your post on...

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Monte Cristo

Monte Cristo What exactly is a Monte Cristo? Well, if you love sweet and savory then the Monte Cristo is one of the best tasting sandwiches around. Some refer to it as a grill cheese sandwich, or a ham and cheese sandwich but in reality this is one badass sandwich. Yummy ham and turkey on the inside, batter dipped fried goodness on the outside, and a sweet, sweet sauce for dipping it in. A good Monte Cristo has a combination of sweet and savory that is unbelievable. Sweet and Savory What makes this sandwich so good is the sweet and savory mouthful...

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Easy Muffin Meatloaf

Simple Tasty Meatloaf Autumn, for me, means comfort food, quite often. There are few things quite as comforting as meatloaf. I’m sure it’s the overwhelming umami nature of the thing, the perfect oven roastedness that elevates it to more than the sum of its (quite… This recipe is a re=post from our friends at oneworldplate. The Culinary Camper makes no guarantees for the quality of this article, as we merely re-post recipes we find delectable. We do this so that we can bring you new and different cuisines from different sites around the world. We think it keeps The Culinary Camper unique and fun, and we hope you enjoy these recipes. We try to keep any recipe re-posts that we put on this website interesting, and yet still relevant to outdoor cooking. While not all recipes show how to make them outdoors, we feel that with some slight alterations, the recipes can easily be made outdoors. Our motto here at the Culinary Camper is that you can cook anything outdoors that you can cook in an indoor kitchen, with just a little ingenuity and creativity. We enjoy featuring new articles like this one from our friends around the web. If you would like to contribute, please contact us by filling out the form on our about page, and we will contact you about featuring your post on our website....

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