Camp cooking is one of those tasks that can go either way: The prepared meal is either delicious or it is a labor of love just to get it down.
The only way to ensure the former is to practice – a lot – until you thoroughly understand the ins and outs of cooking on an open fire, food preparation, and safety.
Even then, a badly timed rainstorm can wreck the best of plans – unless you have a failsafe method of cooking food.
Failsafe is impossible, especially with cooking in the outdoors, but one way of getting close to it is to use the “Hobo Tin-Foil Dinner” method.
This method of camp cooking allows you to prepare a meal (or several) in advance and then slow cook it over an open fire.
The result is almost always delicious!
To see how to master the Hobo Tin-Foil Dinner camp meal, check out the video on the next page!