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Going Camping? This Is What You Need for Campfire Cooking

You may have exceptional skills in the kitchen, but how do you transfer them to the great outdoors? Even for top-notch home cooks, planning meals for a camping trip can seem like an overwhelming task. Without your pantry of go-to ingredients, arsenal of pots and pans, knives, utensils, and appliances—not to mention stove and refrigerator—how are you supposed to cook? We have good news for you: There's no need to spend hundreds of dollars at the outdoor store on specialty cooking equipment and freeze-dried meals. Camp cooking requires planning but it's so much fun to cook and eat out in the fresh air. We think it's totally worth the effort.

In this 2-hour class, you will connect with a professional Chef (and avid camper) from your home kitchen to learn how to prepare and prep for the ultimate camping feast:


Charred Corn on the Cob with Herb Butter

Pan-Fried Fresh-Caught Fish Tacos

Camp Cobbler


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