Alright summer lovers, let’s talk hotdogs. Whether you’re a Chicagoan, a New Yorker, or just a fine citizen of the world who can appreciate a good hot dog, listen up. Cheese + Bacon + Traditional Dog = Bliss. I know, it’s simple but sometimes, especially when camping or cooking in bulk, the simpler the better. Regardless, once you give them a try, no grill out will be complete without these tasty little dogs.
You wouldn’t imagine Campfire Cinnamon Rolls this delectable, luxurious, and decadent to be as quick and effortless as pouring a bowl of cereal, but this recipe doesn’t have any secrets except a fundamentally, “what you see is what you get” kind of blueprint. The cooked orange interior gives the cinnamon rolls a citrusy zing to it’s sweet, gooey delicious soul. Its a perfect combination of flavors for any place and time.
If you don’t already have a Dutch Oven available at home, this hearty meal will temp you into buying one for every foodie you know. Before you hit the trail you will need to do a bit of preparation to ensure that this dish is served they way the wonderful woodland chefs intended.
Consistently, you should plan to eat at least one snack every hour. Make sure some of these snacks are salty in order to replace electrolytes lost through sweat (1). Without good nutrition, your hike could quickly turn into a disaster leaving you weak, unable to focus or enjoy yourself. In extreme circumstances a lack of nutrition can even put you at risk. This is why it’s so important to make sure that food and water is the first thing you should pack for your trip.