Month: December 2014

Steak Caesar Wrap

The Steak Caesar Wrap Need ideas for what to do with that leftover holiday roast? Looking for something on the healthy side after all that holiday gluttony? Here is the perfect healthy recipe for all your needs. The steak caesar wrap is a perfect change of pace after all those heavy holiday meals and a great way to rid yourself of that leftover steak or prime rib. This recipe is great whether you are trying to get rid of left overs or cooking up a nice quick meal out on the grill. Caesar wraps are one of my favorite foods...

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Cucumber Salad

Healthy and Delicious To honor a request that I do some healthier recipes, I have this awesome cucumber salad to share with you. Mom’s cucumber salad used some red wine vinegar, a touch of garlic, and a dash of salt and pepper. Mom’s recipe was simple yet very tasty. Mom would usually peel the cucumbers for her salad. However, leaving the peel of the cucumber on adds a nice crunch to the salad. To do this, I peel small strips off of the cucumber, this gives you that crunch as well as adds some nice color. With the peel or without, this...

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Spinach Artichoke Stuffed Mushrooms

Yummy Stuffed Mushrooms Spinach Artichoke Stuffed Mushrooms are a classic party favorite for good reason – they are absolutely delicious!  So what happens when you take one of my favorite party snacks (spinach artichoke dip) and cram it into one of my most craved veggies… 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 our website. If...

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Bacon Garlicky Chanterelle Mushrooms Recipe

Delicious Bacon Garlicky Chanterelle Mushrooms Recipe Chanterelle is a delicious and beautiful variety of mushrooms. They’re in season now and definitely worth picking some up. Bacon Garlicky Chanterelle Mushrooms 1/4 pound fresh chanterelles 5 strips of bacon 1 clove garlic 1 tablespoon tamari 2 tablespoons… This recipe for roasted pumpkin seeds is a re-post from our friends around the web. 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 recipes like these Sausage Stuffed Tomatoes 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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Deviled Eggs

Deviled Eggs – A Perfect Holiday Appetizer I love deviled eggs, but I admit, I have been frustrated by peeling hard boiled eggs.  It is difficult to get them so that they look pretty and do not become a mangled mess of clumpy egg whites. There are a couple of tricks I’ve learned to make hard boiled eggs that peel easily and turn out prettier. One is to mix a quarter cup of distilled white vinegar, a tablespoon of salt, and simmer the eggs in the mixture for 15 minutes. Once they are done, immerse the eggs ice water or cold running water to stop the cooking. Let...

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