Everyone know thats Thanksgiving is about two things: One, giving thanks and appreciating good times spent with friends and family. Two, of course, FOOD. Everyone also knows that food always tastes better while camping, which is also, coincidentally, a great way to connect with friends and family. This year, combine forces and spend some quality turkey time around the campfire. What you’ll need:
Campfire, camp stove or portable grill
Chopping board(s) – preferably more than one so everyone can get up in there
1-2 chopping knives
1 large skillet (we love our cast irons!)
Personal cups, plates and sporks
Timeframe for cooking:
Chop what you can before you get to your campsite. This will save you loads of time!
Start with the hot totties and the soup. No one likes to cook while cold.
As everyone’s eating the soup and enjoying their drinks, two people can take charge of the stuffing and the instant tatters.
As that group finishes up, have one more person get on the monkey bread—this will take around ~30 minutes to cook.
Everyone helps clean. That’s a camp rule!
Starter: Souped up Carrot Ginger Soup
There are lots of ways you can take your average boxed or canned soup and make it ten times tastier. Here’s one way we know how… Ingredients:
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