Bread is Back Bitches! This recipe for the French baguette was given to me by a popular food truck owner here on Whidbey Island. It is simple and quick to make. The key is to use quick rising yeast. This bread is so damn delicious, you will keep the recipe tucked away for special occasions. Where Did The French Baguette Originate The word baguette means “wand”, “stick” or “baton”. The French baguette is distinguished by its long shape and crispy crust texture. Long wide loaves are said to have been around since the times of Louise XIV and long...Read More
This tasty stuffed pork chop recipe is a simple and delicious dinner for two that you can have done in just a short amount of time. Want to impress your date, make this with this tasty mushroom marsala sauce and mashed potatoes and you will knock their socks off. How To Make Stuffed Pork Chops Easy First of all, girl, if you are making my stuffed pork chop recipe difficult, you are doing it all wrong. Stuffing pork chops or loin chops isn’t rocket science. Second, if you aren’t sure how to cut them, have the butcher cut the...Read More
A damn delicious Gooey Cinnamon Roll Recipe makes a great holiday treat. Make the dough the night before, store in the refrigerator and bake the next morning. These homemade from scratch cinnamon rolls are easy, fresh, and delicious. Can Gooey Cinnamon Rolls Be Made The Day Before Yep, you sure can. Just make up the dough using the gooey cinnamon roll recipe, do the first rise, then make the cinnamon rolls, cover, and place them in the refrigerator. The next day, take the rolls out and let them rise for about 2 hours, or until they are doubled in...Read More
Rebranding The Culinary Camper I have been thinking for a long time that I should rebrand The Culinary Camper. Rebranding would allow me to incorporate more styles of cooking than just campfire and outdoor cooking. While I love The Culinary Camper, I feel it is time to make a change to this website in order to grow creatively as both a chef and a blogger. You Can Still Find Old Favorites The old recipes on this site are not going anywhere. You can still reach them at the same URL. My book is also still available under The Culinary...Read More
Hello!My name is Barbara and I love making comfort food. I love to ask questions about food and cooking and answer them with each post. I am dedicated to providing you with simple comfort food recipes that are damn delicious, sustainable, and sooth the soul. Come join me and hopefully we'll have a damn good time and learn a little from each other.