High in the sky, the summer sun’s warmth beckons outdoorsmen and foodies alike to bask in nature’s wonders and soak in some fresh, outdoor air, far from the cares and troubles of The Palmetto State’s metropolis and urban jungles. Yes, it’s camping season once again, and unless you want to do things the traditional way (hunting for food with pikes and cooking it on a spit), there’s no reason not to buy barbecue grills from Greenville, SC stores to bring with you on your trip. Here are some must-have ingredients and dishes that would make for a fun cooking experience for you and your whole family.
Of course, when it comes to grilling, few other things comes to mind than meat, right? Camping favorites include hotdogs and various sausages, steaks, and chicken – be sure to marinade them beforehand though, and bring them along frozen or in insulated containers so they’ll remain free from bacterial contamination and spoilage.
Skip the Chips
Who doesn’t love to munch on a nice bag of potato chips while enjoying the scenic beauty of the great outdoors? Well, you can take it a step further in the healthier side and bring fresh potatoes instead. Bring them whole, wash them in a nearby stream or lake, peel, toss in the grill, and serve with butter and seasoning. You can do this with other vegetables and fruits, too.
Back to Nature
If you’re camping by a lake or other natural bodies of water, why not consider catching your own dinner? Here are some tips from USA Today’s Denise Schoonhoven:
“Load your pole and tackle in the trailer before you set out on a camping trip. A fishing license, the proper bait and skill could very well result in the freshest of fish to put on the grill. Include dried dill, olive oil and several lemons when you pack for the trip, as a vote of fisherman’s confidence and to season the cleaned fish.”
Bread and Butter
Bread is something that you shouldn’t go camping without – but you don’t have to eat it only with your grilled meats or fish, you could also put them in the barbecue. Look for refrigerated tube bread, biscuits, or rolls from your local grocery store. You could even find pizza dough or crust in tubes, top it with pepperoni and cheese, and cook in your barbecue.
The great South Carolina outdoors is best enjoyed with family and friends, a nice, comfy RV, and great-tasting food brought to you by grills and BBQ smokers from Greenville, SC distributors like Buchanan Fire and Outdoor. After a harsh winter and an allergy-heavy spring, you deserve a nice holiday under the summer sun.
(Source: Foods to Grill While Trailer Camping, USA Today)Posted by: