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My Top 12 Camp Dinner Ideas, Simple to Elaborate



I have had numerous requests to compile all my camp cooking segments into a single video to make it easy to find one of the dinners seen in my adventure …

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  1. I live full time in a 178 camper in South Carolina and I love to cook with my outdoor camping supplies, although I haven’t used my seven quart cast iron pot in a while because it’s a little hard to clean only having the use of one arm and hand due to a massive stroke but it’s not so bad most of the time and I do enjoy the full time camping life as well most of the time I have really enjoyed watching your films the past few days and I would very much like to be able to do what y’all do I’d kinda like to do a lake camping the USA trip if I could

  2. I just went solo camping for the first time this weekend! My favorite meal I made was khichdi, I just put some rice, red lentils, and Indian spices in a mason jar before I left and added water and a chopped tomato to cook, it came out delicious ☺️ I love your quesadilla ideas, I’ll have to do one next time!

  3. SO GLAD YOU POSTED THIS AS I HAVE SEEN GREAT CAMPS BUT SADLY MANY HAVE NO COOKING SKILLS AND LIVE ON PACKAGED RAMEN AND CANNED BEANS. THIS SAD VIDEO CALLED "ALONE IN THE WILD" THIS SCOT HAD A DREAM OF SURVIVING IN OUR YUKON FOR 3 MONTHS BUT BARELY BROUGHT 4 WEEKS OF FOOD. HE NEARLY DIED AND LOST 35 LBS. I WAS FURIOUS AND SAID SO BECAUSE IT DIDN'T TAKE A PHd TO KNOW WHAT FOODS TO TAKE AND EVEN IF HE OVERLOADED HIS PACK HE'D NEED EVERY CALORIE. WHEN WE JUST GO TO A BEACH IN ONTARIO FOR ONE DAY I TAKE THE BEST FOOD AS ODDLY EVERY CAMPER DIVES INTO THEIR FOOD 5 SECONDS AFTER ARRIVING AT ANY SITE OF BEACH!!

  4. Beautiful, healthy, flavorful and fairly simple dishes making camping a satisfying adventure. Prep ahead us best way to go when possible. Great job on compilation. Thank you for sharing.

  5. Just found your channel today and subscribed. I’m always down for more cooking inspiration as I’ve been cooking since i was 8..now in my early 60’s. Can’t wait to watch the rest of your videos !!!!!! Blessings, Deb

  6. Good recipe ideas. TIP: PRECOOK -any chicken or meat cooked in soy sauce, vinegar/citrus, pepper, garlic, ginger, salt can be kept at RT for a few days. They preserve well becoz of the condiments and spices used to cook them. In fact they taste better when they are a day or 2 becoz it soaks up the sauce. Just keep them in the fridge or best to freeze them before you pack them, all you have to do is heat them up. I would use a separate small cooler to keep them and put them at the rooftop at night. Asian greens will keep at RT for a few days, bokchoy, pechay, beans, you can stir fry and top them to your noodles. Any canned good or powder is great for back up. You really will save a lot of space and weight if you plan your meals ahead of time.

  7. I'm building out the back of my 2016 Forester with a pull out kitchen and using your build for some inspiration. I picked up the Flame King 5 pound propane tank. Do you have a video where you talk about how you use it? Is it semi-perm mounted in the car somewhere or do you pull it out and hook it up every time you use the stove?

    I haven't been this excited about starting a project/hobby in a long time!! It's helping my depression a bit! Now just to find some good dispersed campsites and forest roads in PA!

    EDIT: Nevermind. I found your video posted on 2/29/2020 and it answered my question 🙂

  8. Donald, I see that in some of your videos you are using the Coleman butane stove. I recently pulled my never used one out for an overland trip and used it for the first time. It had this odd tendency to slowly flame out. Initially the flame was strong and hot but the longer it ran the lower the flame went. just wondering if you had the same issue with yours or if mine was a fuel issue. I had the same issue with it during the power outage this past week so it's not ambient temperature or altitude related.

  9. Hitting some snow/truck camping this weekend and am searching for meals to plan. Very timely video! You definitely got my wheels spinning for a couple of things to cook.

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