With the summer upon us comes camping season, a fantastic time to escape the city noise for the tranquil sounds of the great outdoors. One of the most familiar sounds that come to mind is, of course, the sound of a crackling campfire. Memories of s’mores and hotdogs are sure to arise, but what are you to do when those snacks from your childhood become boring?
A Travel BBC article from early July, Travelwise: The art of campfire cooking has the answer. Take a look at just one of the article’s suggestions from recipe creators Pat Mac and Mike Faverman, authors of Ultimate Camp Cooking.
Drunk’n Flank Steak
Marinate steak ahead of time in a sauce made from Jack Daniels, ginger, garlic, soy sauce, lime juice, red pepper flakes and salt and pepper. Leave it in a cooler until you’re ready to cook it, and just throw it on the barbeque.
A suggested side for this innovative campfire dish are some rosemary red potatoes, made by slicing some red potatoes and tossing them with rosemary and thyme, and finally sautéed in olive oil, garlic, and salt and pepper.
Be sure to check out this article before your next outdoor adventure for a new take on tater tots. Finally, another option to add more spice to your campfire cookout is to marinate in Nando’s Peri-Peri Zesty BBQ Marinade. It will definitely add a kick to your next meal meal!