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SHARE YOUR... Favorite Campfire Recipes and meals

Discussion in 'Preparedness & Survival' started by Muddslinger12, Oct 12, 2012.

  1. Muddslinger12

    Muddslinger12 Vancouver Active Member

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    Please share your favorite Campfire meals and recipes (if you have them)

    Whats the BEST camp meal you ever ate? Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and most important Dessert!

    Please SHARE your stories and recipes and of course HOW (ie: dutch oven, Cast Skillet, ziploc bags, foil, etc)

    And ALL good (camping) recipes you have.
  2. samuelm16

    samuelm16 se pdx Well-Known Member

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    my favorite campfire meal is cornbeef hash out of a can cooked in a cast iron pan served with bread and mustard, smoked oysters and cheddar,better with cheddars
  3. mrblond

    mrblond Salem OR Well-Known Member

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    stick + meat like substance in tube form + fire = yumm
  4. snooopidydoo

    snooopidydoo Medford Oregon Active Member

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    My elk camp breakfast recipe. You may have to scale down because we feed a lot of mouths haha.

    Using large cast iron pan on open flame.

    1 5lb bag of russet? potatoes (baking kind)
    1 large bundle of shallots
    1 hole package of bacon
    10 hole garlic cloves
    Salt pepper coriander to taste.

    cut potatoes into 1/2 inch squares and set aside.
    High heat cook the bacon until cooked, with knife or spatula chop bacon into small pieces.
    bush bacon to the side, throw in the garlic and sauté, when soft push to side with bacon.
    Put potatoes in hot oil and throw in chopped shallots and your favorite seasonings, stir everything together and don't let it burn.

    Great taste, shallots will turn into little crunchy black delicates. LOVE them.

    If you're going camping this is a cheap meal that will feed 5-8 Costs around $10
  5. Greenbug

    Greenbug Bend Well-Known Member

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    Backfire Burritos

    Cube 1 pound venison or beefsteak into 1/2" chunks and brown in skillet with oil, 4 chopped garlic cloves and an onion.
    Add a can of your favorite chili when steak cubes are just browned, simmer mixture for about 20-30 minutes.
    Wrap in warm tortillas with cheese, sour cream, guacamole, and salsa.

    Sit around the campfire like the group from "Blazing Saddles"!
  6. safetyman

    safetyman Clark County, WA Active Member

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    Boy scout bake: carrot chunks, potato chunks, pearl onions, beef cubes, and beef/chicken broth seasoned to your liking. All ingredients wrapped in two layers of foils and stuck into the coals for 20-30 minutes. Trust me, this is a recipe that is impossible to get wrong. No matter how you put it together it always tastes good...especially with a cold brewski along side.

    Try it!