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9 Pack-And-Go Grilled Cheese Recipes

Ah, grilled cheese. Is there any greater comfort food? Crispy on the outside, gooey on the inside, and a hearty meal for a sandwich, it’s the meal that keeps on giving. When you’re out camping with the family, you want meals that are simple to prepare and quick to whip up (unless you’re glamping). This is where the humble grilled cheese comes in. It’s endlessly versatile and can be made to suit any dietary needs. Simply prepare your sandwiches before you head out, wrap in foil, and when you’re ready, toss them on the campfire or grill for a few minutes on each side. Source: [http://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/best-ever-grilled-cheese] 1. The Classic Buttered bread with your favorite cheddar cheese on the inside!  2. The Bacon Lover Who doesn’t love bacon? Add a few pre-cooked strips to the classic. 3. The Breakfast Sandwich Scramble two eggs per sandwich, and fry in a non-stick pan without stirring. You want a flat sheet of eggs for this sandwich, folded to fit the sandwich. Layer your favorite cheese, the eggs, and deli meat. 4. The Margarita Spread a thin layer of pizza sauce on the inside of the sandwich, sprinkle basil and garlic powder (or use fresh if you have the time!) and top with a thin layer of sliced tomatoes and mozzarella cheese. Be sure to eat this one soon after packing as it won’t keep well. 5. The Hawaiian Do you...

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4 Handy Make-Ahead Camp Meals

Getting out to the campground with family can be the best time of year. It’s a time to relax and spend time together without the demands of everyday life getting in the way, but the one thing you just can’t avoid is cooking. Growing up camping, I remember eating a lot of tin foil meals and hotdogs. If you’re looking for a relatively simple way to upgrade, making your meals ahead of time is a great way to go. Peach Breakfast Bake Starting off with the most important (read: delicious) meal of the day, we have this indulgent peach...

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Toronto Spring RV Show

With (13) General Coach units, our biggest display yet, you won’t want to miss the “Big One”. Showcasing all new interiors, a 1 1/2 Wide Black Diamond and several new Huron Ridge plans. You are certain to find the Park Model of your...

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5 Ontario National Parks That Are Free To Visit In 2017

If you haven’t already heard, all Canadian National Parks are free to visit this year! This is exciting news, especially for those who can’t get enough of the outdoors.  In order to get your admission fee waived, you’ll need a 2017 Discovery Pass, which you can get here [http://www.pc.gc.ca/eng/voyage-travel/admission.aspx].  It’ll take a while to come in the mail, so why not check out some of the amazing places you can go camping or RVing in Ontario this year? Bruce Peninsula National Park This is one of my all-time favorite places to visit in the summer. The Bruce Peninsula National...

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5 Cocktails To Warm Winter Campers

Just because it’s cold outside doesn’t mean you have to hide away indoors. Winter is my favorite season to get out and explore. The snow, ice, and overly friendly chickadees willing to eat from my palm make this a wonderful time to camp. All you need is some special winter gear to keep you toasty and some warm winter cocktails to shake off the chill! Black Cherry Bourbon Hot Chocolate For this delicious spin on a classic, you’ll need: 1 ½ c. milk 5 T. hot chocolate mix 2 oz. Red Stag Black Cherry Bourbon (or regular bourbon, if...

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