07.12.16: Let's Go Camping!
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The summertime is the perfect time to go and explore the great outdoors, all while camping! In the United States, there are many National Parks and other popular sites to pitch a tent and light a campfire with family and friends. Join us as we share the different ways to cook yummy recipes when you are camping. We also chat with Kevin White, a Scoutmaster for the Boy Scouts of America, and he shares plenty of camping tips and tricks for everything from food storage to how to make your very own apple pie on a campfire. We’ve got plenty of ways for everyone around the campfire to be singin’, "OOH IT'S SO GOOD!!®"
-Camping Week at the Mr. Food Test Kitchen, RV’ing, and Camping at Walt Disney World® Resort (Begins at 0:00)
Featured Recipes: Camper’s Country Ribs; Amazing Hot Dogs ‘n’ Beans Skillet; Pound Cake S’mores
Featured Places: Fort Wilderness® Resort & Campground
-Interview with Kevin White, a Scoutmaster for the Boy Scouts of America (Begins at 9:00)
Featured Recipes: Hamburger Meal in One
Featured Products: Coleman® Camper’s Stove
-“What is a Scout Master?” and more with Scoutmaster Kevin White (Begins at 20:00)
Featured Products: SPAM®
Featured Places: SPAM® Museum
-Camping and Cooking 101 with Scoutmaster Kevin White (Begins at 31:00)
Featured Products: MiniPresso;
Featured Cookbooks: The Great American Camping Cookbook by Scott Cookman; Easy Campfire Cooking by Peg Couch; Scout’s Outdoor Cookbook by Christine & Tim Conners
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