Alaskans know salmon, and writer Renee Howard is no exception. In this piece, she shares three of her favorite ways to prepare the fish.
Yes, s'mores are fine the way they are. But we like a challenge, so we found a way to make them from scratch.
This campfire dessert is simple, packable, and delicious. And it's made from ingredients that won't slow you down the next day.
This 80-minute meal is hearty and filling but loaded with clean, nutritious ingredients.
This simple recipe makes a delicious, nutritious dinner in just one hour. It's perfect for the campfire, but good enough to cook at home.
These Paleo-friendly muffins are an easy, healthy option for the grab-n-go workday breakfast.
These simple paleo-friendly balls are a trail snack, and they can be made in just a few minutes.
This simple soup is loaded with anti-inflammatory ingredients, and it travels well in our insulated growlers.
Store-bought jerky is a rip-off. All you need to make something better is a few spices and an oven. And meat, of course.
Meals around camp can get pretty predictable. So when it's your turn to cook for the group on your next trip, consider this easy stir-fry from nutritionist Alix Barth-Brossette.
When our resident nutritionist Alix Barth-Brossette cooked this bread for you on Facebook Live, we got dozens of requests for the recipe. So here it is.
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