Creative Camp Cuisine is a project from GoCampingAmerica.com and RVCookingShow.com with the goal of inspiring campers and RVers with quick, simple, and delicious meals that you can make with minimal supplies and have an easy clean up afterward. Who says when you go camping you can't eat gourmet?
Kabobs are a quick way to make a full meal. Simply choose your ingredients, brush with marinade and throw on the grill. Watch the video to learn how to make these delicious meals on a stick!
Learn how to make flavorful meat without much effort in this episode by marinating meat overnight. We tell you the steps and give you ideas on which marinating sauces to use.
In this episode, we'll show you how to easily measure grill and steak temperature using your hand. Watch to see how many seconds correlate with which temperature level.
This episode will show you how to make a panzanella salad with some leftover bread and a combination of cucumbers, fresh peppers, cherry tomatoes, chopped rosemary and capers with a simple dressing of olive oil, vinaigrette and garlic.
In this episode we show you how to make three meals, for two people, from one rotisserie chicken. An easy way to stretch your resources to make delicious meals on the road.
This episode will show you how to make crostini, a simple italian appetizer consisting of a toasted baguette with toppings of your choice. We have a few creative crostini toppings suggestions. One, blue cheese, walnuts and a drizzle of sweet honey. Two, goat cheese, fresh or dried figs with prosciutto ham. Three, parmesan cheese, spicy salami and a tangy green olive. And four, hummus, roasted red pepper with salty feta. Enjoy!
This episode will show you how to make smoothies with a stick blender, which works well for making smoothies as well as sauces, soups, bean dips, milk shakes and more. For the smoothie, we use pineapple, banana, mango, fresh grated ginger and yogurt. Use frozen fruits if you can, instead of ice, so it keeps the drink thick. Juice works really well to give it flavor without watering it down.
This episode will show you how to cook fish on the grill in foil packets. The recipe calls for salmon, extra-virgin olive oil, dill, salt, pepper, fresh lemon, and green onions. We suggest serving this super easy recipe with charred-grilled bell peppers and a cold cucumber salad with a vinaigrette.
In this episode, we show you how to prevent burger bulge on the grill and give some suggestions on tasty, easy side dishes like grilled onions and corn-on-the-cob with salted thyme butter.
This episode will show you how to make banana boats on the grill. Your host, Evanne, used peanut butter and chocolate but you can use whatever your heart desires, including marshmallows, honey, chocolate syrup or different varieties of ice cream.