There aren’t many things better than a meal cooked over a campfire. But campfire cooking doesn’t have to mean you throw all sense of quality out the window. Baked beans from a can? Nah. These campfire food photos prove that you don’t have to rough it when it comes to your meals — or your food photography — in the wilderness.
Catching the light at just the right angle to make me even hungrier.
A campfire and a nice view can even make coffee taste better.
Cheese, tortilla, flame, done.
It really doesn’t get any better than fried chicken over a campfire, does it?
Simple, but effective.
If this one pot meal is roughing it, then count me in.
Only the most discerning campfire chef brings his own parm grater.
Pretty much all the things I love in life in one single shot.
Cheese, bread, butter: the easiest meal plan, ever.
Couldn’t let you leave without a s’more shot!
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