An old saying states that food tastes best when eaten outdoors. And any return to the roots of our ancestors, who ate their meals by open fires each day, has a certain charm, as do the camping and campfires that they knew. What can be cooked on a campfire without using the traditional grill you will read all about it in this article.
Roasted sausage and bacon on sticks
Eggs and sausages prepared on coals
Stew pot outdoor goulash
Shish kebabs grilled on an open fire
Potatoes cooked in an aluminium foil on the charcoal…
…and the final result – cooked potatoes
Cooking pilaf on an open fire
And finally something warm to drink – herbal tea prepared on the campfire
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