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Old 09-03-2008, 08:02 AM   #26
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So... what time is supper!

This is an awesome thread! Love it girls, Thanks!
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Gatorade SPAM

1 can spam
1 small pouch Red Gatorade powder.


pop lid on spam (dont remove) and set in coals or on grill until it starts to sizzle, add a lil bit of water and the gatorade mix. stir and recover over heat for a few more min.

i think everyone will love it regardless if they like spam or not.
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[QUOTE=dadstoybox;257677]Campfire Onion


1 large onion
1/4 c butter
1 beef bouillon cube
1 Tbsp Worchester sauce
1 tsp fresh garlic
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Hollow out the center of the large onion, add butter, bouillon, worchester and garlic. Cover completely with aluminum foil and place over the campfire on a rack for approximately 45 minutes.

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This one is mighty tasty.....I cook this one at home on the grill all the time
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Yep , Love To Cook But Am A Lot Better Out Side With A Smoker And Grill. Aint Nobody Leaves Hungry !
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you can do the same thing but with a head of cabbage and it takes about 45 mins. now that is good stuff.
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Thanks for all the great recipes.
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Deer Kabobs

Deer Kabobs (Best deer marinade ever)

what you need:
skewers
1 lb deer steak ( cut into 2"x 2" pieces)
1/4 c. olive oil
2 tbsp. lemon juice
1 tbsp. minced garlic
1 tbsp. honey
2 tsp. thyme
2 tsp. oregano
1/4 tsp. salt
1/8 tsp. pepper

Mix the marinade up and put your meat in it. Let the deer soak in the marinade for at least 6 hours not to exceed 24 hours. Soak the skewers so the won't burn on the grill. Put the deer on the skewers leaving a little room between each piece. Cook over medium or low flame for 5-10 minutes. Serve hot.

***I normally push the 24 hour limit and the deer turns out VERY tender!! This is something else you can prepare at home and then just skewer and cook once at camp.
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Old 09-03-2008, 02:23 PM   #34
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the best camping food is to fumble along and look busy while camping next to someone who is very prepared, when they are nearly finished all you do is "burn/spill/...." your food and then look pitiful and hungry till sympathy is acheived. this technique is good for tent camping

for backpacking, make sure you are going with someone who is well prepared, (once had a buddy who would backpack out a skillet to make filet's on the fire) while they are preparing there dinner repeatdly search through your pack pretending not to see all the "food" you know you had packed, blame bears, squirrels, bats, whatever but the food is not there anymore.. look pitiful and wait. option two is dig through your bag and produce a can of tuna to which you say I thought this was canned chicken I am allergic to tuna, continue drinking the beer you had no problem remembering till there dinner is done.
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great back strap marinade

Good seasons italian salad dressing and recipe dry mix.
2 LB venison backstraps
1 large ziplock bag

Works great with chicken also.
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Those are all really cool...we'll have to try some when we go camping again

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I guess I need to camp more
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Those are all really cool...we'll have to try some when we go camping again

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well then you should try the last one i posted
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well since someone here mentioned dutch ovens I guess I'll add a few recipes

oven fried Squirrel
Wash and wipe the squirrels with vineger-soaked cloth. Cut inot serving pieces. Prepare a mixture of 1 slightly beaten egg, 1 1/2 ts pepper, 2 tbs water, 1 1/2 ts salt. Dip pieces of meat into mixure and roll in fine bead crumbs. Brown in preheated oven with a chunk of melted suet. Cover and cook slowly until done.
Serve on boiled rice with brown gravy, To make the gravy drain off all the fat in pan except 3 tbs. Blend in 3 tbs flour, 1 ts salt and 1/4 ts pepper. Cook, stirring until brown, boiling a couple of minutes.
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Dutch oven turtle

Cut turtle meat int chunks, using all the edible parts including the heart. Soak briefly in lemon or lime juice. Dip in beaten egg, roll in flour and cornmeal and season with salt, pepper, paprika, and other condiments to taste. Brown in hot fat in the preheated Dutch oven. Reduce heat and add 2 or 3 cups water, sliced onion and chopped celery, and simmer until ready.
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Dredge chunks of young woodchuck in flour which has been seasoned with your favorite seasonings and brown in hot fat in a pre heated Dutch oven. Then add a cup of boiling water 3 tbs of lime juice, and simmer for 3 to 4 hours. Before serving add 1/2 cup of wine.
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COKE CHICKEN

2 lbs chicken breast, or one whole chicken, cut into pieces
1 can Coca Cola or other cola
1 12 oz. bottle of catsup (I like Heinz)
1 lb. baby carrots
2 lb. small red potatoes, cut in half

Place chicken and vegetables into your Dutch oven. Mix the Coke and catsup, and pour over top. I have a 12 inch Dutch oven and put 12 coals on top and 12 on the bottom. Cook for about an hour, or until the chicken is done and the vegetables are tender.
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1.50 lb Ground beef
0.75 c Quick oats
1.00 Eggs
0.25 ts Dry mustard
0.25 c Bell pepper
1.00 pk Onion soup mix
0.75 ts Salt
0.13 ts Marjoram

Mix all ingredients and put in casserole pan. Place in Dutch oven.
Bake 1 hour, covered.
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DUTCH OVEN RUMP ROAST



1-3 to 4 lb rump roast
2 tbsp real bacon bits
1-tbsp of margarine
1-large sweet onion
1-beef bouillon cube
1-can of Beef Mushroom Soup
1-small can of mushrooms

2 cups of cooked wide egg noodles

Start 25 coals and wait until there is a dusty coating. Set 12" Dutch Oven on 15 coals and sear the rump roast on all sides in Margarine. Add bacon bits and stir around, quarter the onion and add to the oven, slowly pour 1/4 cup of hot water and bullion cube over the roast. Cover and place 10 coals on top of lid. Cook for about an hour, and remove from heat, and whisk away coals off lid. Start up another 15 coals until dusty. Add Beef Mushroom Soup and can of mushrooms with juice, to the Dutch oven. Cover with lid, and cook on coals for about 45 minutes. Boil water in another pot and cook noodles drain. Remove oven from coals, Take the roast out of oven and place on a plate, slice beef, and serve with noodles and spoon the mushroom sauce on top.

If you want to add vegetables to the roast, add in the second stage of cooking.
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1 can tomato soup
1 can of tomato
salt, pepper
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2 lb of ground beef
just brown the meat and onion pepper and onion and pepper with a clove of garlic and let everything simmer for about a hour over the camp fire & then good eating
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POT ROAST

Uses Roasting pan or Large pot with lid or cover with foil). Can be cooked on campfire, grill or camp stove. Feeds 6-8.

4-6 Country pork or beef ribs best) or 2 lb. beef roast any kind works well with all.

4 medium onions, peeled and sliced into thirds sideways (rings)

6-7 med potatoes (at least 1 per person) peeled & cut in half

1 large bag of baby carrots (about 1-2 lb)

1/2 cup celery chunks

salt and pepper

Bar-b-Que sauce (optional)

Place ribs, potatoes, onions, carrots and celery in large pot or roaster. Cover all with water. Salt (about 1 1/2 teaspoons) and pepper (cover top of water medium to lightly). Place pot on fire and let cook slowly for a couple of hours while you fish, swim or enjoy the outdoors. Dinner is done when you return. To spice it up, remove the meat from the vegetables and place in pan with bar-b-que sauce (meat will be falling off the bones), stir in sauce over fire for about 5-10 minutes
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Dutch Oven Chickens

Dredge 2 whole med-sized chickens in seasoned flour (flour, salt, pepper, and any seasoning salt) Brown all sides in large Dutch oven using 3 tbsp. oil and 3 tbsp. butter. Remove birds. Add 1 lg. chopped onion, 1/2 chopped red pepper, 1/2 chopped green pepper. Stir in the hot oil till tender. Replace birds in pot and cover with 1 cup chicken broth, 1 beer, 2 bay leaves 2 tbsp apple cider vinegar. Dutch Oven cook about 1&1/2 hrs. I use 20 coals on the bottom and about 20 on the lid. Always very tender and delicious
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dutch oven recipes

dump cake (2nd place dessert in scouts)
-2 cans of peachs undrained poored in bottom
-2 boxes of white cake mix on top of that
-2 sticks of thrown on top

cook 20 minutes in coals or till golden brown



stuff (1st place entree in scouts)
-line bottom of dutch oven (or cassarole dish at home) with your favorite microwave burritos
-poor chilli,salsa.sour cream on top
-cook till stuff boils then top with cheese
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Dutch oven chicken enchiladas


1 bag frozen chicken breasts (5 -6 ) thawed
1 can Rotelle (stewed tomatoes)
1 can tomato soup (10 3/4 ounce)
1 can Elpaso Enchilada sauce
1 small can green chilies diced
1 onion diced
2 small cans olives diced
1 bag shredded cheese
1 bag large tortillas
cook chicken in Dutch oven until done . take out of Dutch oven drain liquid. cut up chicken in bite size pieces. place in Dutch oven add rotelle ,soup ,onion ,enchilada sauce, chilies ,olives. cook until bubbling around edges. take mixture out of the Dutch oven .leave enough mixture to cover the bottom of the Dutch oven. add 1 tortilla , top with about 2 cups sauce mix , add cheese just enough to top the sauce mixture . layering this with tortillas ,sauce ,cheese. until you have no more sauce mixture. ending with cheese.
on top. cook in the Dutch oven until bubbling around the edges of the oven and the cheese is melted. serve top with sour cream .
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