Tired of grilling up the same things each Memorial Day Weekend? Fire up your BioLite stoves and think beyond burgers and hotdogs this year. We curated 10 creative wood-fired recipes from our that are sure to be crowd pleasers.
“The warming, smoky aroma and subtle spice of the pork combined with sweet tropical flavor of pineapple makes a perfect pairing. With a little bit of preparation at home, this meal is super quick and easy to prepare at a campsite.” ~ Fresh Off The Grid.
“Our favorite meal to make while we were cycling through Mexico was quesadillas! This recipe can vary drastically in time depending on how hot your fire burns. We found a low-medium heat works best.” ~ Erin and Mehedi, BioLite ambassadors cycling through Central and South America.
“They’re great for groups and can provide endless entertainment throughout the evening. We had a blast roasting these up and enjoying them with some spicy mustard and craft brews.” ~ Fresh Off The Grid.
“Combining everything we love about pizza with everything we love about breakfast, this is an all-in-one solution that everyone can get behind.” ~ Megan & Michael.
“Pick up a bottle of locally grown red wine to sip as you grill; it’ll warm you from the inside out. A spicy Syrah pairs with these grilled ribs perfectly.” ~ Rachel.
“I love making these kabobs because most of the messy prep is done at home so they are super easy to prepare at the campsite, plus all the pieces are bite size.” ~ Kelly, Western Rise.
Ichihashi, a BioLite Customer, continues to surprise us with the off-grid meals he whips up on his CampStove or BaseCamp. Looking to spice up your Memorial Day Menu? Take a cue from his latest Thai recipe.
Our friend Ted from Court Street Grocers pulled together a few recipes that are perfect for warm weather grilling. Get out your BaseCamp and PizzaDome to test out this delicious wood-fired pizza complete with a refreshing grilled margarita.
Buffalo wings are a party staple, for sure, but let's face it: they're a mess. In our recipe, we got rid of the bones by putting cubes of chicken on a skewer instead. The result is more chicken per bite, wood-fired flavor, plus there's almost no clean up. After you eat, just toss the wood skewer in the fire of the BaseCamp and you're done.
“This calzone is easy to transport and can be eaten with or without utensils. A huge plus, when it comes to camp cooking.” ~ Fresh Off The Grid