Forget The Granola: Camp Cooking Goes Gourmet

NPR: Kitchen Window

Camp cooking – or cooking in the wild, as I call it – doesn’t have to mean dehydrated, over-salted soups and powdered potatoes. It can, of course, if your taste runs in that direction, but with a little experimentation and forethought, most cooks can turn out fantastic meals from scratch – even outside of a kitchen.

Some good recipes on NPR’s web site. Not all of them are suitable for winter camping (the fajitas may be a tad brittle in subzero temperatures), but the cobbler looks pretty tasty.

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