We're going on a camping trip this weekend with about 20 friends. I'm looking for things to make for dinner that I might not have to keep cold, as all I will have is a couple of coolers to keep things cool in, so the less ingredients I have to keep cold, the better. Any ideas???
It's cliché to talk about how much people hate brussels sprouts, and these days it's not particularly accurate. Brussels sprouts don't need to be the sulfurous, mushy, repulsive cabbages that you might have grown up eating. Charred, sweet, and nutty, when cooked properly, brussels sprouts are the star of the Thanksgiving spread. Here are my three favorite ways to get 'em there.
I like lobster rolls as much as the next guy, but I also live in the Midwest, where they are rare and usually stupendously expensive. I'm just not in the business of throwing down $20 for what amounts to a sandwich more than once a year. While not as ethereal as a perfect lobster roll, these shrimp and deviled-egg salad rolls from The Lee Bros. Simple Fresh Southern might be the perfect low-brow alternative for someone like me.