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I'm going to be doing some camping this summer and I was just wondering if anyone had some suggestions for good camping meals. Sometimes I get a little tired of hot dogs, hamburgers, chicken, ect. Anyone have some simple meals that you can cook over the fire or something? TIA

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Of course, if you get the Sanai Kosher dogs from Costco, you'll never get tired of hot dogs.

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I'm going to be doing some camping this summer and I was just wondering if anyone had some suggestions for good camping meals. Sometimes I get a little tired of hot dogs, hamburgers, chicken, ect. Anyone have some simple meals that you can cook over the fire or something? TIA

 

 

Speedies Upstate NY are great over a grill, Lamb kabobs, pork tenderloin or premake stuff like carbonara and just warm it up ofer the fire!

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Natural Light, it's the beer with the taste for food, and camping and float trips. Lots of it TOO! Very watered down so you'll stay hydrated as well, multifunctional.

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Natural Light, it's the beer with the taste for food, and camping and float trips. Lots of it TOO! Very watered down so you'll stay hydrated as well, multifunctional.

 

Uncle Nat was a staple in high school.

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I love the breakfast buffet at Shoney's and the All-You-Can-Eat Steak at Sirloin Sizzlin'. What's this "camping" you speak of?

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I rarely camp during the summer months but during winter months, anything from a dutch oven works....Great if you're basically car camping but you definitely wouldn't want to carry one around.

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In a dutch oven:

 

10-12 thick sliced potatoes

1 lb, cooked, crumbled bacon

1 large chopped onion

1 cup sour cream

S&P

 

Cook these for about 40 minutes over medium coals, then add 2 cups of your favorite shredded cheese and cook for another 10 minutes. Add a can of cream of mushroom soup of you want a creamier dish - I prefer it without.

 

Enjoy! :D

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Here's the ticket. Perfect for camping because you can do this before you leave.

 

Buy some Reynolds wrap aluminum foil and lay out 2 sheets on your counter. Lay out some pretty good size sheets.

 

Slice up some uncooked chicken into bite sized cubes. Slice up some carrots, potatoes, green peppers, onions, etc. Place everything onto the foil. Put a little bit of olive oil and your favorite spice onto the meat/veggies. Wrap up the foil.

 

When you get the fire going, just put the foil on the cooking grate. About 40 minutes later, it's done.

 

Camper's stew. Excellent eats and easy.

 

You can also do this with hamburger or chunks of steak.

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In a dutch oven:

 

10-12 thick sliced potatoes

1 lb, cooked, crumbled bacon

1 large chopped onion

1 cup sour cream

S&P

 

Cook these for about 40 minutes over medium coals, then add 2 cups of your favorite shredded cheese and cook for another 10 minutes. Add a can of cream of mushroom soup of you want a creamier dish - I prefer it without.

 

Enjoy! :D

 

 

 

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One of our favorite treats when we go camping is baked apples.

 

Green apples (sliced), golden rasians, butter, honey, brown sugar.

 

Wrap 'em up in aluminum foil, throw 'em on the grill ... good to eat.

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One of our favorite treats when we go camping is baked apples.

 

Green apples (sliced), golden rasians, butter, honey, brown sugar.

 

Wrap 'em up in aluminum foil, throw 'em on the grill ... good to eat.

 

 

In the same vein. Slice up potatoes and onions. Put into alinimum packets with butter salt and pepper. Throw 'em on the grill. :D

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One of our favorite treats when we go camping is baked apples.

 

Green apples (sliced), golden rasians, butter, honey, brown sugar.

 

Wrap 'em up in aluminum foil, throw 'em on the grill ... good to eat.

 

 

This sounds really good.

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One of our favorite treats when we go camping is baked apples.

 

Green apples (sliced), golden rasians, butter, honey, brown sugar.

 

Wrap 'em up in aluminum foil, throw 'em on the grill ... good to eat.

 

I'll have to try this, sounds great :D

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In the same vein. Slice up potatoes and onions. Put into alinimum packets with butter salt and pepper. Throw 'em on the grill. :D

 

 

Yep, You don't even need the grill. This is how my Dad does it: Cut a big deep X in the top the onion/potato. Stick a slice of butter in each leg of the X. Salt and pepper liberally, wrap in foil and stick it on the outer edge of your campfire, near the coals. Do it first thing cuz it takes a while, and spin them a few times during cooking. By the time you get your steaks/chicken/fresh caught trout done, they will be perfect. Another tasty treat is to pop a couple holes in the top of a can of button mushrooms, and stick it next to your onions & potatoes half way through the cooking. When you are ready to serve, open lid, drain them, toss with butter, S&P and a pinch of red pepper flake, and pour them on your steak. Awesome.

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Speedies Upstate NY are great over a grill, Lamb kabobs, pork tenderloin or premake stuff like carbonara and just warm it up ofer the fire!

 

 

We tried a recipe for speedies today ... they were ... uhm ... not very good. The marinate we used was too strong/over powering.

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