Matco Articles Home.
Translate Page To German Tranlate Page To Spanish Translate Page To French Translate Page To Italian Translate Page To Japanese Translate Page To Korean Translate Page To Portuguese Translate Page To Chinese

Increase your website traffic with Attracta.com


 
We now have 53945 Articles From over 100 Categories
  Number Times Read : 418      
Categories

Accessories
Acne
Aerobics
Application Development
Arts
Ask an Expert
Banking
Beverages
Branding
Budgeting
Business
Buying
Cancer
Career
Cars and Trucks
Causes and Organizations
Cell Phones
Collecting
College and University
Communications
Computers
Cooking
Corporate
Crafts & Hobbies
Culture and Society
Current Affairs
Database Marketing
Death and Dying
DHTML
Directories
Disease & Illness
Diseases and Conditions
Domain Names
Drop Shipping
E-Commerce
Electronics
Employee Relations
Entertainment
Environment
Equipment
Ezines and Newsletters
Family
Fashion
Fiction
Finance
Financial Planning
Financing
Fitness
Free Tools and Resources
Gadgets and Gizmos
Gardening
Grants
Growth Topics
Health
Health & Fitness
Home
Home & Family
Home Business
HTML
Human Resources
Import Export
Infants and Toddlers
Internet
Internet Business
K-12
Men Only
Motivational
Motorcyles
Nature
Our Pets
Personal Development
Pets and Animals
Podcasting
Pregnancy and Family Pla
Presentation
Product Reviews
Recreation & Sports
Recreation and Leisure
Reference & Education
Relationship
Religion and Spiritualit
Screenplay
Search Engine Optimizati
Search Engines
Self Improvement
Selling
Shopping
Speaking
Sports
Start Up
Stock Market Investing
Strategic Planning
Structured Settlements
Supplements and Vitamins
Team Building
Technology
Teenagers
Telecommuting
Telesales
Television
Tools & Resources
Travel
Travel & Leisure
Vehicles
Video
Web Development
Weddings
Work Life Balance
World Affairs
Writing & Speaking
 
Stats
Total Articles: 53945
Total Authors: 41449
Total Downloads: 5480547


Newest Member
Ed Robinson
 


    Outdoor Cooking For Everyone

[Valid RSS feed]  Category Rss Feed - http://www.matcomall.com/articles/rss.php?rss=69
By : Craig Chambers    99 or more times read
Submitted 2007-08-14 15:35:36
Outdoor cooking is something to be enjoyed in the warmer months. When we dine and cook outdoors it allows us the opportunity to enjoy the weather and have fun cooking and using cooking gear that we don't usually enjoy when it is cold outside.

Cooking on an open campfire and grilling outdoors are two pleasures that define the warmer months. There are two basic kinds of outdoor cooking-cooking while camping and grilling. Both of them require a special set of skills to be learned and cooking equipment that you will need to invest in.

Camping is one of those pleasures that people who love the outdoors do regularly. However, there are different kinds of camping. Some prefer to backpack and walk all day, then settle down in the evening and relax and prepare good food. Or, you may choose to hike to a campsite and stay in the same spot for several days. The type of camping that you choose will depend on your personality. No matter which type of camping you choose, there are several different cooking options for you.

The option you choose will depend on what you would like to get out of your camping experience. If you choose to camp with a recreational vehicle, those usually come with basic cooking equipment like a stove and possibly even a conventional oven or a microwave oven. This option is for people who want all the comforts of home in an outdoor setting.

Cooking on the campfire is also a very popular option but can be a challenge because it takes a while to learn how to regulate the heat. There are several different levels of campfire cooking ranging from the extremely easy to the very difficult. Cooking on a campfire is an art and one that takes some practice. If you are interested in learning how to cook on a campfire, there are some things you can do.

Learning how to do simple things such as roast marshmallows and hot dogs, sausages, and vegetables are things that do not require a lot of skill. Basically, all you need to do is find a stick and pierce the item with the stick.

Hold it over the flame and rotate it until the item is cooked. You may also find it helpful to buy a cookbook with recipes designed to be cooked on a campfire. These will introduce some intermediate and advanced techniques that will help you gain an understanding for how to cook on a fire.

Grilling is another type of cooking that you can do outdoors and it is a more popular option than cooking on a campfire. It is easier to regulate the temperature on a grill, especially if you have a gas grill. There are two basic types of grills, gas grills and charcoal grills and several different styles of grills within the two types. So, the first step is to decide which kind of grill you want and find the model that seems best for your needs.

If you really love grilling, you may want to get one gas grill and one charcoal grill. Both of them are good for different purposes. However, if you only grill once in a while and it is usually the same standard foods, one grill will suffice. They also sell portable grills and cooking gear specially designed for grilling that you can take on picnics and while camping.

Most people only think of grilling meat. However, you can also grill things like vegetables and fruits such as Portobello mushrooms, pineapple slices, bananas, and zucchini slices. Whatever your style of cooking, whether on the campfire or on the grill, you will soon gain the necessary cooking skills and come to appreciate the experience of outdoor cooking.
Author Resource:- Craig Chambers is a cooking enthusiast who enjoys sharing outdoor cooking tips and offers extensive free cooking guides, resources and a cooking handbook on his website www.cookingyourbest.com
Article From Mr Matco\'s Article Directory
Related Articles :

HTML Ready Article. Click on the "Copy" button to copy into your clipboard.




Firefox users please select/copy/paste as usual
New Members
select
Sign up
select
learn more
Affiliate Sign in
Affiliate Sign In
 
Nav Menu
Home
Login
Submit Articles
Submission Guidelines
Top Articles
Link Directory
About Us
Contact Us
Privacy Policy
RSS Feeds

Actions
Print This Article
Add To Favorites

 
Sponsors

Purchase this software