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weavie

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We love to cook over the fire when we camp. We are looking for some "new" recipes. Our menus are getting tired! Does anyone know a good website or cookbook for some different recipes?

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Try this one.....Karen's Kitchen


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Posted: 02/08/13 04:37pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Do you use a Dutch oven? If so here is a link to a good web site about dutch oven use and care and many recipes.

Bryons dutch oven


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Try the Fix it in Foil cook book

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Can you give us an idea of what you normally make? Do you do dutch ovens or pie irons? Or foil packet meals? We love the open fire too, and are always on the hunt for something new to make.


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Marinate boneless chicken breast in Italian dressing for 4 days. Grill over fire. Also, slice nice big potatoes almost through about every 3/4". Cut pads of butter and slices of onion and put them in the cuts. Roll in 2 layers of heavy duty foil. Have fire burn down to coals and put the packages on the coals for about 40 minutes. Rotate them every now and then. This meal is a huge hit with family and friends!


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We love pizza cooked over the fire with alum foil tented to melt the cheese.

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http://www.familycampingchat.com/forum/index.php
Try this one a lot of good meals.

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One open fire recipe we enjoy, that I don't see in the recipe books is cooking hot dogs with our homemade skewers.


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OK, i don't give this one away too often. take a fresh pineapple and cut the top off, then hollow it out. take a small smoked ham and carve it to fit into the pinapple skin. pour on half a jar of honey. cook directly on the coals until heated through. I usually chop up the pineapple, combine with the other half of the honey, add some red pepper flakes for some sweet and sour souce. cook some minute rice. serve the sweet and sour ham with souce over the rice.

heat some cooking oil in a dutch oven to 350. cut pillsbury biscuits in half and deep fry them. drop in a paper bag with cinnamon sugar and shake, watch them dissapear!

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