Get Your Camping Kitchen Running
Preparing easy camping food is not that complicated. All you need is some practical and a few camping food ideas. Visit the local open markets or the fish market, and you'll get some ideas in no time.
And what is the best food to take camping? Just about anything you can think of as long as it is easy and simple to prepare.
There are a few different ways to prepare food out in the nature...
- Gas stoves and grills are the most practical solution. You can get a single or a double burner model and hook it up either to a small disposable propane cartridge or a larger propane bottle.
- Charcoal grills are handy if you don't want to bother with running around searching for wood all the time.
- Cooking or grilling over a camp fire is a back to basis kind of thing, where you'll have to find some dry wood if you want to get the fire going on. It takes some time to get started, but the food over a campfire grill does taste so much better...
If you already have a lot of mouthwatering easy camping recipes up your sleeve, feel free to share them here!
You can buy all your camping cooking equipment in a camper store or any other store and places such as the internet for example. But I'll bet you have some useful equipment already at home. This is a great time to browse through the kitchenware that you keep back home and find out what you can use on your camping trips!
Camping Kitchen Recipes
For camping recipes I use the same practical solution that I use in everyday life. I try to be creative and cook whatever I have in stock. Simple as that! A very long time ago I found out, that cooking by the book is useless, because it's impossible to have all the ingredients at the palm of your hand. That's why I improvise a lot with what I have.
Cruising around the Adriatic and Mediterranean sea in my camper van is my favorite leisure time.
Mediterranean food is known world wide to be one of the healthiest diets for your body and soul. And this is where I get my inspiration for camping food ideas.
I check out the local farmers and fisherman and don't forget the open markets when I have a chance to do so. I stop by the road, when I spot the locals selling their products. Just might have to bargain a bit, but the taste of the home made products will make every effort worthwhile.
This is where you'll get your camping food ideas from. Don't forget the spices though, salt, pepper, parsley, basil, garlic, rosemary, thyme, oregano, chilly pepper and curcuma all have strong benefits in your diet and will make your food much more tasty.
Remember that your creativity makes the camping kitchen worthwhile.