Campfire Coffee RecipesWritten by Gary Gresham
Want to know a few secrets to making a good cup of campfire coffee? There are lots of recipes for making coffee in a plain pot over a campfire or for your camping coffee pot. Try a few varieties to see what suits your taste best. Here are a few good recipes to get you started so your morning or evening brew tastes good every time. Traditional Campfire Coffee Recipes Recipe 1. Bring two quarts of water to a good, rolling boil in a camping coffee pot. Take it from fire and add 2 handfuls of fine ground coffee. Keep in mind that whoever makes coffee will change results of this traditional recipe. Steep for 4 minutes. The secret to good campfire coffee is adding a few tablespoons of cold water to mixture after steeping. This settles grounds to bottom. Then pour slowly to keep as many grounds out of your cup as possible. Recipe 2. Add 6 teaspoons of ground coffee into a camping coffee pot, and pour 3 pints of cold water over grounds. Put pot on fire and bring it to a boil. Take it off heat and let steep for 3 minutes. Don't forget secret. Add those few tablespoons of cold water to mixture after steeping to settle grounds. This makes about 6 cups of good campfire coffee.
Solaire Gas Grills are based on a unique cooking systemWritten by Ross MacIver
Solaire gas grills have a unique cooking system. Instead of using briquettes for lava rock as a convection heat source, Solaire gas grills use radiant infrared heat to cook food. This is same cooking technology that is used in finest steak houses, so great taste of professional grills is available in your own backyard.
Most gas grills on market today cook by convection. There are several disadvantages to this method. The hood must be closed in order to raise temperature of cooking area, and whenever hood is opened temperature quickly drops. The food is cooked by heated air, and this results in dried out food.
Solaire gas grills on other hand, are specially designed to produce high temperature, radiant heat. The hood on Solaire gas grills can be left open because heating elements are cooking food rather than heated air. The intense heat of infrared burner seers outside of food, locking in taste and moisture. The result is succulent, flavorful food which cooks in a fraction of time of traditional gas grills.