Outdoor Cooking Fun, Sausages! You can’t talk about Memorial Day Weekend without mentioning outdoor cooking, grilling and picnic food. This year for Memorial Day weekend, our three grandkids, ages 7, 5 and 3 will be spending two nights with us. We’re not worried about the …
Banana Boat Recipes with pictures You won’t miss the boat with any of these delicious Banana Boat Recipes. All four recipes can be made on the grill, over an open camp fire or even in the oven. Your kids and grand-kids alike will enjoy making banana …
Outdoor Cooking with Pie Irons
A pie iron is an extremely versatile tool to use for cooking over an open fire. You can use a pie iron to make breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert. Meal options are endless. With a little creativity, you can make just about anything with a pie iron. Check out the eight recipes that we have shared with you here today. I’m positive you’ll definitely find a couple you’ll want to try. Outdoor Cooking with pie irons is full for the whole family.
The most important thing to remember when using your iron is to butter your bread well…especially the side that will be placed against the inside of the pie iron. Another option is to spray the inside of your pie iron well with non-stick cooking spray. A word of caution: Do Not spray the non-stick cooking spray towards the open fire. The can might explode and the non-stick cooking stream could catch fire.
Camping and camp fires go together like bread and butter or beer and pretzels. Here in the north woods outdoor cooking, camping, campfires and a pie iron go together. We like our s’mores but we are equally found of our pudgy pies too. Making pudgy pies using a pie iron is fun, easy, versatile and a delicious way to make meals outdoors. Your kids will love these “pies” and they’ll have fun helping you make them and eat them too.