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Fall Fireside Outdoor Cooking | Bonfire | Fire Pit | Camp Fire | Rings

Updated on September 3, 2012
Stainless Steel Fire Ring With Grill and Kettle Hook
Stainless Steel Fire Ring With Grill and Kettle Hook
Professional Tripod and Cast Iron Pot
Professional Tripod and Cast Iron Pot
Cast Iron Dutch Cooker
Cast Iron Dutch Cooker
Pie Iron
Pie Iron
Stainless Steel Grill
Stainless Steel Grill
Hand Crank Mixer
Hand Crank Mixer
Buggy Blanket With Wind Breaker Material
Buggy Blanket With Wind Breaker Material

This fall why not add some new cooking gadgets and a bit more comfort to these outside events?

When fall is in the air family and friends gather on chilly evenings next to a cozy bonfire to cook hot dogs and then finish with fireside pies, marshmallows or smores.

For many it’s a family, friends or neighborhood tradition.

Others love to squeeze in the last outdoor camping event after the first bug killing frost and enjoy an Indian summer weekend before the cold of winter arrives.

This fall why not add some new cooking gadgets and a bit more comfort to these outside events?

A Stainless Steel fire ring equipped with a grill or even a kettle hook will allow some burgers, a pot of bake beans or hobo stew to be added to the traditional menu.

Best of all these fire rings are very portable to take from the back yard to the campground.

Made of Stainless they will hold up to the heat for years and will never rust either.

Cast iron kettles with handles hang over the hot coals, or can be set next to the fire pit for cooking and baking.

Dutch Ovens can be set into the hot coals with additional coals placed on top of the lid for even cooking of stews and baking dough based desserts and breads.

Long handle pie irons will allow you to step up from the traditional marshmallows and smores to making hobo fruit pies.

Even easy to make breakfast sandwiches can be made in these pie irons.

If your outdoor cooking adventures have grown over the years to now include cooking for a crowd without having electricity available.

Where you end up mixing by hand large batches of dough, coatings, hushpuppy mixes, and chop salads, consider the Amish hand crank mixer and food chopper.

To keep the chill away from the backside of the fire consider a plush buggy blanket made with an inner wind breaking material.

These blankets are made and used in the Amish communities for the long cold winter buggy rides into town.

They are used by non-Amish for outdoor camping, RVs and sporting events. Some even claim they feel like an electric blanket.

Pictures and products are courtesy of the back-to-basics online general store, Cottage Craft Works .com

You will even find free pie iron recipes to make pizza pies, breakfast pies, and fruit pies to go along with the pie irons.


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      6 years ago from the short journey

      Interesting look at some of the basics for enjoying the outdoors this fall.


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