Home > News and Events > Eat Local > Recipes Recipes Baked boozy rhubarb Barbecued Summer Veg Beef fajitas Church Farm Lamb Chops Cooking on a campsite Courgette Chilli and Cream Flip Flop Fish Lamb kofta Pittas Lamb Lollipops with Lemon Cous Cous Mackerel with horseradish potatoes Mushroom Burgers Pan fried sea bass Pork Belly Bites Sea Bass crispy Simple Tomato Soup Summer Berry Pancakes Sunshine hash Torbay Sole Vegetable and sausage stew Camping Recipes Recipes to whet your appetite for local food, created with good wholesome ingredients and a little imagination. Enjoy! Cooking Outdoors - 8 photos Baked boozy rhubarb There’s no reason why you can’t use your barbecue to make pudding too. Cooking fruit over coals or the grill works really well, as the heat caramelises the natural sugars with lip-smacking results. Barbecued Summer Veg Vegetables griddled on the hot plate or barbecue grill release their natural sugars which caramelise beautifully over the heat. This warm super-salad is filling enough as a main meal, served some fresh bread to mop up the juices. Beef fajitas Wraps are a real winner in a camping cook kit. It can turn simple ingredients into a fun meal. But if you're looking for some excitement, then fajitas are great. Church Farm Lamb Chops The Poll Dorset sheep favoured by Kath Best provides very tender and very tasty meat. Cooking on a campsite Cooking on a campsite is surely the best form of meal-making? All the usual kitchen rules don’t apply – schedules, timings and whizzing gizmos are left behind at home. Courgette Chilli and Cream One of my favourite summer vegetables is the courgette. Come July they’ll be beginning to grow at an alarming rate. They’ll be good value at the markets, although you are just as likely to find them at gate sales Flip Flop Fish This is a very child friendly fish recipe. In fact it was my 5 year old that suggested the rice krispie coating. Lamb kofta Pittas We can all buy cheap processed burgers. But with these Lamb Kofta Burgers you know exactly what is in them, and they taste amazing. They are so quick and simple to make – all in one bowl. Lamb Lollipops with Lemon Cous Cous This one is called Lamb Lollipops because you can use trimmed lamb cutlets and hold the bone ‘lollipop style’ to eat the lamb. Mackerel with horseradish potatoes A smoked mackerel lunch is super easy, tasty and is suitably impressive looking to the neighbours on the next pitch. Mushroom Burgers We mainly associate the barbecue with a total meat feast but, of course, with a bit of imagination that doesn’t have to be the case. Pan fried sea bass Sea Bass is a sweet, white textured fish, caught in British waters mainly over the summer and into early autumn. Check it's hand-line caught. Pork Belly Bites This is a quick and easy recipe using pan fried pork belly. Sea Bass crispy Sea Bass is very popular cooked with punchy zest Asian flavours, just like the recipe I’ve written here. Simple Tomato Soup Taking pleasure in the simple stuff, whether it’s putting your hands in the earth or cosying up in a tent with your family, really can be very good for the soul, just like Helen Bailey's Simple Tomato Soup Summer Berry Pancakes For my children, a meal isn’t complete without a pudding and that includes when we are camping. There are two versions here, one for a sweet tooth and one for a whole gobfull of sweet teeth.... Sunshine hash The restorative comfort of a huge plate of hash seemed to perfectly transfer to a morning on the campsite. You can make them your own, with whatever you have left over from last night’s meal, or what you can get your hands on in the site shop. Torbay Sole The Torbay Sole is cooked it in a simple wine and lemon sauce. You could equally well use Plaice or Brill. Vegetable and sausage stew A one-pot meal is the champion of camp cooking. With a knife, chopping board, a pot and a heat source, you can make a whole series of fabulous feasts.