Marnie Hanel and Jen Stevenson

Let Marnie Hanel and Jen Stevenson, authors of 'The Campout Cookbook,' show you how to take your outdoor cooking from good to grate.
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Campari Raspberry Radler
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Two kinds of beer, Campari liqueur, and fresh limes and raspberries combine in this refreshing drink.
S'moopwafels
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Take the classic campfire treat way beyond basic by swapping out graham crackers for stroopwafels—caramel-filled waffle sandwich cookies.
Oregon Trail Mix
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Sure, you can buy trail mix, but it's easy (and cheaper) to make your own. Take a trip down the bulk aisle and choose a fun mix of nuts, seeds, and dried fruit.
Starry Sky Masala Chai
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This easy-to-make beverage pairs perfectly with pancakes.
You only need 20 minutes to make this delicious grilled side.
Badlands Boulevardier
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Combine bourbon, vermouth, and Campair liqueur with orange twists for an easy, refreshing drink.
Bake these flavorful eggs in your coffee mug for a delicious, cute breakfast!
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Juicy steaks and butter with parsley, tarragon, and thyme? With campout cuisine like this, you'll never want to go home.
Up your pizza game this summer with fresh peaches, delicious prosciutto, and creamy goat cheese—and toss it all in the skillet!
Fresh vegetables tossed with Meyer lemon vinaigrette are about as summery as you can get!
Elote Dogs
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The classic Mexican street snack becomes a tasty hot dog topper.
Flapjacks topped with a delicious dose of maple bourbon butter might be the best Saturday breakfast imaginable.
Smoked Potato Salad
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Boil potatoes over the fire, grilled scallions, and other fresh flavors make for a delicious side potato salad.