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Please share your favorite camping recipes

Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by DR. HOUSE, Jul 25, 2010.

  1. DR. HOUSE

    DR. HOUSE Everybody Lies

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    Looking for different stuff to try, especially biscits and rolls.

    pleas share.
     
  2. DR. HOUSE

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    Going on a camping trip labor day weekend, Will try to make some chili in the dutch oven........
     


  3. Zombie Steve

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    Well if you have a dutch oven, we always did biscuits and gravy on the coals the next morning...

    Biscuits in the top rack when it's hot... as far as the gravy I fry up some Jimmy Dean sage sausage (really different and GOOD), then the usual stuff - couple cups of milk, flour, salt and pepper, then I also do a little garlic powder and definitely worchestershire (however the hell you spell it). Very tasty, and it will stick to your ribs.
     
  4. kirgi08

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    What Steve said,a good dutch oven is worth it's weight in gold.'08.
     
  5. DR. HOUSE

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    im gonna make some chili for a late night meal. Should be a bit cooler out at night when we go so it may hit the spot.
     
  6. DR. HOUSE

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    biscuits, how do you cook them with your campfire?
     
  7. Zombie Steve

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    The dutch oven I used to own had a rack on top, but you can wrap them in aluminum foil and put them on some coals on the side of the fire. Turn them occasionally. You could use a pan with a lid if you have one.
     
  8. kirgi08

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