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Welcome to Bush Cooking the ultimate location to find all you outdoor cooking needs, from Recipes to Techniques. Follow the cooking adventures of Saffron as she travels the world cooking and competing.
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How can youth across the world proclaim to be cooking and enjoying these orange cakes , yet I couldn’t get it to work! My
Chocolate Orange Cake journey to perfection. Read More
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Microsoft’s Urban Kitchen with an Australian themed menu from pies and ‘shrimp on the barbie’ to pavlova and lamington. Read More
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Everything is better when it is wrapped in bacon!
Bacon Wrapped Turkey Lollipops are a unique and delicious way to cook and serve turkey resulting in a juicy, delicious and smokey bacon wrapped turkey leg.
If you are going to make a
Hot Dog, you should wrap that baby in Bacon! Slightly longer prep time but totally worth the effort for so many reasons.
The best of two worlds collide in
Bacon-wrapped Pickles. Also known as “pickle fries,” these goodies will be a hit at your next party or game.
Looking for individual packets of goodness, why not try these
Bacon Wrapped Sirloins stuffed with seasoned wild rice. Look as good as they taste.
Explore Methods to Lay and Light Cooking Fires
Altar Fire is a fire built on a structure raising off the ground to avoid surfaces like marshes. Once built the fire burns and is cooked on like normal. Read More
Reflector Fire design is primarily a fire with a wall to reflect back heat, although mainly used in survival, it is also known for cooking baked goods. Read More
Indian Star Fires are often associated with the Wild West being the cliche fire in cowboy moves with a pot of beans boiling over it. Good when limited wood. Read More
Swedish Log Fire comes from the German name ‘Schweden Fackel’. It’s a log carefully cut to allow oxygen in, thus becoming a self sustaining cooking fire Read More
ANZAC stands for Australian New Zealand Army Corp, and these oat based Biscuits have a history going back to the First World War and the ANZAC troops. Now they have become a significant element of the annual ANZAC Day celebrations.
Pear dish cooked on a Plank makes an easy but seductively sweet dessert. The use of a plank seems to somehow keep it moist and gives it a subtle smoke flavor.
Although not common, it is possible to cook a bread on a
Plank, a thin style bread such as Facaccia is a good option that allows it to cook through on a BBQ or in a smoker.
Outdoor cooking should be simple, and this traditional Italian pizza, the
Margherita Pizza, is a great example of a few flavors coming together to create an amazingly satisfying meal.
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