Newspaper article The Northern Star (Lismore, Australia)

Chilling out under Canvas; Food's Less Fuss and More Fun If It's out of an Icebox by the Beach

Newspaper article The Northern Star (Lismore, Australia)

Chilling out under Canvas; Food's Less Fuss and More Fun If It's out of an Icebox by the Beach

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Byline: Jem Wilson Reporter

WHETHER you serve a hot roast or seafood it can be a challenge to keep your cool while feeding the troops on Christmas Day.

So how do you prepare and serve a delicious Christmas lunch while camping in a tent?

Campers at Flat Rock tent park at Angels Beach all agreed that Christmas in a camping ground means less fuss and more fun.

Mary Warren of Mudgeeraba said her family will use goodies from their icebox to create a gourmet feast.

aWe have a Russian breakfast on Christmas Day. So we'll have sour cream, eggs, salmon and capers with red onion and caviar,a she explained.

aThen we won't be able to eat again for hours so we'll have salads and seafood for dinner. It's very relaxing.a

Sue Holden of Brisbane said the secret to feeding her partner and three girls Emma, 7, Jessica, 6, and Brooke, 3, was to outsource the cooking duties. …

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