Range of different alcohols

Alcohol

Alcohol is a popular ingredient in a range of outdoor recipes whether wine in a sauce, risotto, or pasta dish. Bourbon is popular in barbecue, sauces, and glazes. Beer is great in stews and offers an alternative rising adjacent in bread.

Flambe is another great option while camping, this cooking method is basically burning the alcohol off during the cooking process that creates a fun and spectacular element to the meal. Please be careful doing this to avoid burns or similar accidents.

Although Bush Cooking loves the flavors and tradition of alcohol in our food we have chosen to not include cocktails, but rather focus on a website that is friendly and appropriate to boy scouts and girl guides looking for outdoor cooking inspiration.

Peach Bourbon Beans

Sweet peaches, smoky bacon, and spicy jalapeƱos are mixed together with baked beans in Peach Bourbon Beans. The ultimate side…

by BBQ Tourist

Dutch Oven Beer Bread

Beloved of outdoor bakers everywhere, beer bread is moist, nicely dense, and chewy. It is perfect for toast and sandwiches.…

by Ash Hodgson

Veal Marsala

This recipe for veal Marsala takes a simple veal steak and escalates it by wrapping it in prosciutto and seasoning…

by Saffron Hodgson