Serve warm or room temperature. Drizzle with olive oil and wrap in tin foil, then toss these on the campfire the night before so you'll have potatoes already cooked for this recipe. If you have access to a microwave you can shorten prep time by microwaving the potatoes.
Tip. In some supermarkets they sell bags of tri-color fingerling or heirloom potatoes.
Many of us look forward to having pumpkin pie once a year on Thanksgiving. However, you can enjoy pumpkin pie throughout the fall season, since pumpkins are in such ready supply. If you want a lighter desert, but still want all of the flavor of your traditional pumpkin pie, try making this simple pumpkin custard instead.
One excellent camping activity is fishing. After a long day of fishing, the best dinner is to enjoy your freshly caught fish. Cut and clean your fish, you should have at least half of an average sized trout per person.
Rio Grande Pueblo peoples traditionally served a variant of this sweetbread to parties of nut-pickers in September when piñon nuts were being picked from the mountain slope trees. Families would (and some still do) camp for many weeks in traditional areas reserved to clans. In the recipe you can use either cooking-type pumpkin (these have necks and thick, meaty bodies, not like jack o' lantern pumpkins) or a sweet bright orange squash, like butternut.