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BPR TOP FIVE | TIPS FOR YOUR NEXT GLAMPING TRIP

Glamping, where glamour meets camping; a way to enjoy the outdoors without giving up some our favourite amenities and comforts. Of course, no glamping trip is complete without delicious food. To help you plan, we’ve put together a list of gadgets, recipes and cooking tips to ensure a glamping-worthy menu.

Pack High Quality Cookware

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When prepping for your Glamping trip, limit your cookware to only what you need to save packing space. The versatile All-Clad 3-Piece Outdoor Cooking Set can be used to prepare everything from whole chickens to fish and fresh summer produce. The expertly crafted pieces can be used on open fires and feature large perforations that allows the heat to circulate while adding a smoky flavour.

Menu Plan In Advance

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A glamping menu is much more than just s’mores and trail mix. As you build your glamping menu, don’t forget to include Beretta Farms’ Antibiotic & Hormone Free Caramelized Onion & Chipotle Beef Burgers, Certified Organic All Beef Hot Dogs. All Beretta Farms proteins are raised organically without the use of antibiotics or added hormones so you can feel good about serving them to your glamp-mates. If you’re in charge of breakfast one morning, try your hand at making Cynthia Beretta’s Grilled Breakfast Pizza.

Don’t Forget the Wine

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Let Masi Wines be the only reason to wine during your trip. Masi’s Compofiorin is an extra dry full-bodied red wine with notes of dark cherries and a strong spice element. Its mouth watering acidity makes it the perfect partner for tomato dishes such as pasta and pizza. If you’re a fan of white, the Masianco Pinot Grigio & Verduzzo is a light, crisp wine with pear and citrus flavours; perfect for sipping on the dock or pairing with a fruit infused salad!

Grill Like a Pro

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Executive chef and pitmaster Aidan Galligan’s outdoor grilling expertise put Toronto’s Uncle Smoke Cookhouse on the map for its authentic Southern, wood-fire barbecue. Whether you’re cooking on a campfire or barbeque, Chef Galligan’s advice is to always ensure your grill has time to properly heat up. “A properly heated grill sears food on contact heightening the flavours through caramelization,” explains the BBQ master.

Have S’more Dessert Options

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Enjoying a sweet treat around the campfire is truly an authentic outdoor Canadian experience. On your next glamping trip, add s’more options to your fireside dessert. Nadège Patisserie’s authentic macarons are full of flavour but light as a feather – making them it easy to pack and add a little extra glamour to your Glamping trip.

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