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Campfire Cooking – Fire Pit Cooking

July 11th, 2011 by ironcooker

Wood Fired Barbecue Cooking

A company in North Carolina is doing just that. They are
camp fire pit cookingkeeping an old time tradition alive, with the great taste of hickory & oak. A real wood fired Barbecue is something you have to experience to ever really know what you have been missing.

Fire pit cooking with wood is a tradition that is slowly fading away with new modern cooking methods.
If you’re looking for some of the best tasting chopped pork you can get your hands on then don’t hesitate to head down to North Carolina to get some great wood fired cooking.

With costs of wood, labor and storage rising, most restaurants can’t economically prepare food with wood smokers or barbecue...

Days of Fire pit cooking will be limited to campground cooking or your back yard campfire in years to come.Fire pit cooking

Most of us remember the days when it seemed like almost everyone had a Fire cooking pit in their backyard for cooking a hog.  It was just an old family tradition to have a pig roast with all the trimmings. Somehow we have got away from things like this. Today we all circle around in a campground with our campfire burning bright till late at night, telling stories that have been passed down from one generation to another. It’s a great time sitting around a fire pit.

I always pack in a few oak logs to cook on with some great smelling pine slabs to start with.  A few burnt hotdogs along with smelling up our campsite with burnt marshmallows is about as good as you can get.

Share your summer campfire stories with us.
We would love to hear what you cook on your campfire or what makes camping special to you.

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