Month: May 2015

How To Cook Barbecue Beef Ribs

Easy Barbecue Beef Ribs This recipe is not true barbecue for you purists out there. My barbecue beef ribs are a simple and fast way to cook ribs when you don’t have hours to spend over a smoker. This is a style for cooking ribs that my parents always used when I was a kid. Don’t get me wrong, I really love smoking meat, but I also really love how these ribs turned out after boiling the meat. They are quick, easy, and very tender. Cooking Time Boil the ribs for 30 to 45 minutes and to only grill them for about 5 to 10...

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Parmesan Garlic Grilled Corn

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Biscuits and Gravy

Breakfast Goodness! Biscuits and gravy are a great addition to any camping breakfast menu. This is a particularly great breakfast item if you have a busy active day of hiking ahead of you. This breakfast will stick to your ribs so you are not hungry an hour later.  While this recipe for biscuits and gravy is mostly from scratch you can also consider, making this even more simple and fast by using a packaged gravy mix. I prefer to do my gravy from scratch, however, because I can control the amount of salt and other spices that go into...

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Beer Can Chicken

Make Beer Can Chicken on the Barbecue I first learned about beer can chicken (or beer butt chicken as I like to refer to it) back in 2002 when my friend Emily invited me over for a barbecue. She made the chicken on her Weber grill without using a beer can roasting stand and I noticed this was her biggest challenge, but the end result is one of the most awesome roasted chickens I have ever eaten. Today Emily is a big fan of The Culinary Camper and I have her to thank her for this one. This is one...

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Bacon Wrapped Jalapeno Poppers

Bacon Wrapped Jalapeno Poppers, Delicious I ran around today trying to find ingredients for my True Texas Chili only to find that the largest grocery store in the little town does not carry much for Mexican chili peppers. The only peppers I could find were jalapenos and bell peppers, which would just not do for Chili. I went with plan B, bacon wrapped jalapeno poppers. Since I just got a new gas grill, I thought it would be fun to make the jalapeno peppers out on the grill. Use Gloves Bacon wrapped jalapeno poppers are fairly easy to make and make...

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