Month: November 2014

Puff Pastry Pinwheels

Puff Pastry Pinwheels – A Delicious Holiday Appetizer Puff pastry pinwheels make a great appetizer for any occasion. This is a great football food, or just a great snack when you need a little something to tide you over. These are awesome for any party and are quick and easy enough for RV tailgating. Pinwheels are easy to make and really delicious. What makes them so easy is that it uses frozen puff pastry dough so all the hard work is already done for you. Recipes Variations Some variations include sauteed mushrooms, sun dried tomatoes, chopped bacon, Prosciutto, or thin Canadian bacon. Some different cheeses to try include shredded sharp Cheddar, Gruyere,...

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Campfire Baked Beans

Within our first few months after launching Dirty Gourmet (almost 5 years ago!), we met a very nice man from Canada named Wayne Brinton who sent us the recipe to his famous old fashioned baked beans. That recipe has been looked at by each of us...

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Mac and Cheese

Piggy Heaven Mac and Cheese A couple of years ago I used to frequent a brew pub on Camano Island that had some of the best mac and cheese. They had several recipes I wanted to reproduce and this is one of them. What made their version of this cheesy classic so good was that they had bacon, sausage, and ham in it. It was also home made, very creamy, and had enough cheese to choke a chicken. Since I already had a good recipe for mac and cheese that I included in my cookbook The Culinary Camper (page 72),...

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Chocolate Hazelnut Spread

Simple Chocolate Hazelnut Spread 2 cups hazelnuts 3/4 cup cocoa powder 3/4 cup agave nectar 1/2 cup water 1/4 cup milk 2 tbsp olive oil roast hazelnuts for 15 minutes at 350°F, on a lined baking sheet let cool then add to Vitamix with half of the cocoa powder and agave nectar This recipe is a re-post from our friends at domenicadreamsofcalamari. 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...

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Supreme Breakfast Sandwich

The Amazing Supreme Breakfast Sandwich There isn’t a fast food joint in town that’s got anything as good as this supreme breakfast sandwich. This delicious blend of sausage, egg, and bacon uses fresh ingredients to make a tasty breakfast everyone will love (unless you are a vegetarians of course). I really love breakfast sandwiches and this sandwich is a lot of fun to make. I make it when camping or when I’m just hanging out at home. If you like, you can make this breakfast sandwich a little healthier by using turkey bacon, turkey or chicken sausage, and even some egg whites.  I choose to go for...

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