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Want to try something new for outdoor entertaining? Watch as Catherine Neville of Feast Magazine guides you through some campfire cuisine.
It all starts with a hot fire and an easy dough recipe.
The hardest part of making this simple, downright delicious campfire meal is making sure your fire is hot enough to keep the broth at a boil.
The secret to success could be a brief trip to the freezer ahead of time.
A yogurt marinade adds tang and tenderness to the meat.