Whether you’ve spent your whole summer having cookouts at the beach or various campsites, or you still have yet to fit a proper barbecue into your schedule, there’s still a little more time to cook up some campfire favorites under the stars before everyone heads back to school. While you could go the traditional route with hamburgers, hot dogs and s’mores, we think you should make your last campfire cookout count and go out with a bang. These ideas from the Food Network will make your next cookout one to remember.
For a starter, why not try baby bell peppers stuffed with cheese and herbs to bring a little heat to the night as the temperature starts to cool down? Or go for a classic campfire favorite with corn on the cob cooked in foil packets with butter, rosemary and thyme. For the main course, try a more sophisticated approach with turkey-and-brie sandwich bites cooked on skewers. And if you really can’t resist making s’mores one last time, try putting a fun spin on the classic treat by using Samoa cookies instead of graham crackers. Continue reading for even more inventive and delicious campfire ideas.
Read the full article here: 9 Campfire-Friendly Foods to Try for Labor Day