Ok, so I am very excited, because I think I am actually all caught up on my recipes. Of course, I think this is by chance, as I am combining my Ethnic month with my Fish/Seafood month for the Hoisin Salmon. I just made it again this weekend for my parents and my mom really liked it. She was like, "Oh! This is good!" I think the name or maybe the ingredients may shy people away from it, but it really is tasty.
Anyhow, the title of this post is Camping. So, as you may know, I recently went camping and really enjoyed it! I know it's corny, but there is something about getting back to nature and just enjoying waking up to the noises surrounding you. Plus, it is one of the cheapest vacations/trips you can go on and it's even better with company!
So, we have already made reservations for our next trip, which will be in Cape Cod (across from the Brewster Sea Camps - yay!) and I have started to look into what can I pack up for this trip, since we'll be gone for 3 nights. I received an email from my grandmother about Camping recipes and meal plans from Allrecipes! http://allrecipes.com/HowTo/Camping/Detail.aspx?ARBMID=1127&ARFMTID=1
They also created a summer recipe book... http://images.allrecipes.com/site/bestbrand/area/hyundai/summerpicnics_07.pdf
What's camping without the food?! So, I think I'm going to try making a few of the recipes that I found (and will have to let you know later on how they turned out!).
Red Skinned Potato Salad: http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Red-Skinned-Potato-Salad/Detail.aspx
Summer Tomato Salad: http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Summer-Tomato-Salad/Detail.aspx
Grilled Yellow Squash: http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Grilled-Yellow-Squash/Detail.aspx
Campfire Foil Packs: http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Campfire-Foil-Packs/Detail.aspx?ARBMID=1127&ARFMTID=1
Campfire Banana Splits: http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Campfire-Banana-Splits/Detail.aspx