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Campfire Grills & Baskets make outdoor cooking easier

Camping is all about cooking food over a fire and with these campfire grills that just got a whole lot easier! The hardest part of cooking over a fire is getting the cooking surface at just the right height and with these ingenious systems this can be managed quickly and easily. A variety of different outdoor grills and grilling accessories are available to make cooking outdoors a more pleasant experience. The line of Perfect grills from Campfire Grill have different features able to meet your needs. All of the Perfect Campfire Grills feature raised edges so food wont slide off onto the ground or into the fire. The Original Grill offers a very large grilling surface and can rotate 360ยบ, making food preparation over an open flame much safer. The Pioneer has a circular design with an 18" diameter that can accommodate a group of people. The Rebel has the option of cooking over an open flame or over charcoal with the optional use of the charcoal pan attachment. The Explorer also has a large grilling surface with foldable legs, making it easy to transport. The Camco Tripod Grill sets up easily over an open campfire and features a hanging grill plate with an adjustable height, perfect for controlling cooking temperatures. Grills such as the Pioneer or the Tring Deluxe Driving Stake Grill are perfect for firepits or fire rings, due to their circular design. The cast iron Bread Maker from Rome Industries allows you not only to bake bread, but also other items such as burritos and wraps.
Tips for Cooking on a Campfire
  • Choose a location that is away from trees, especially in windy conditions
  • Build the fire using dry, seasoned wood
  • Keep the fire at least 8 feet away from surrounding shrubbery
  • When building a fire pit, use rocks, bricks or damp logs around the perimeter to form a barrier
  • Thin wood pieces or small branches are preferable for kindling
  • Use paper along with wood kindling to make it easier to start the fire
  • Keep a bucket of water nearby for safety purposes
  • Add firewood once the kindling is lighted
  • Use thicker, larger branches or logs as firewood
  • Temperature can be controlled by controlling the size of the fire, a fire that is too large risks burning the food
  • Food that is cooked over an open campfire needs to be monitored more closely
  • Moving food closer to or farther away from the flames can also affect cooking temperature
Campfire Cooking Methods
  • Food can be placed directly on the grilling surface
  • Pots, pans or other safe-to-use cookware can be set on top of the grates
  • Certain foods, such as vegetables, can be wrapped in aluminum foil and set on the grill

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