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Old 08-07-2016, 07:08 PM   #51
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I just made a huge batch of homemade meatballs and put them in a ziplock bag in the freezer. My thought is to put them in a small crock pot I take along with some sauce and start to heat it when we arrive and set up. After a few cocktails and cheese and crackers I figure they'll be ready for subs whenever anyone wants one. At least that is the plan for this trip with 6 of us.
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Old 08-07-2016, 07:27 PM   #52
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Grilled Cheese on the Camper Stove. We rarely cook inside but arrival day is the exception.

Easy one especially with a 4 yr old or a 10 yr old like us
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Old 08-07-2016, 07:55 PM   #53
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Grilled Cheese on the Camper Stove. We rarely cook inside but arrival day is the exception.



Easy one especially with a 4 yr old or a 10 yr old like us


. We don't cook inside but we all love grilled cheese sandwiches. We have a outside electric skillet but have never made grilled cheese sandwiches. Gonna add it to the rotation...
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Meals are very important! to me. I suggest starting earlier, or stopping earlier.
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Seeing that I go out before my DW joins me, She usually brings out subs from a local deli. It's the easiest thing for us. If I'm alone however, I usually make hot dogs with chips. I know it's not very healthy but it's the easiest thing after setting up. The rest of the meals are will planned and better in context.
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Old Boy Scout favourite... Walking Tacos. We precook the meat at home, arrive at the campground, heat and serve. Great because it leaves you with one pot and some spoons for your dishes on the first night.

For those not familiar.... You add you Taco meat and whatever fixings you want to Doritos. You buy the small bags, crunch up the chips and add the ingregients to the bag. No plates required. I would like to claim the kids love it... But I do an annual trip with six grown men and they demand this as the Friday meal every year.
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Find a good local beer or wine if you make a stop on the way or pack your favorite and have an easy snack like grapes and cheese and crackers or chips and dip to give you time to get the campfire going after setting up.

Before we leave, we marinate boneless, skinless chicken breasts. (Regular Italian salad dressing is my favorite.) We save the plastic take-out Chinese food containers to use to marinade the chicken and can just recycle them when done or use a Ziploc bag.

When you are set up, bake potatoes on the fire. You can slice them and add sliced onion and wrap in foil and cook over file. Slice fresh yellow squash, add butter, salt & pepper and sliced onion and double wrap in aluminum foil to cook on the fire.

Grill the chicken over the fire. I try to only turn them one time, and cook them longer on the first side than the second, and they are usually very moist and tender. The time depends on how large and thick they are.

We have a cast iron camp fire pie iron for an easy desert using white bread and canned apple or blueberry pie filling.
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Find a good local beer or wine if you make a stop on the way or pack your favorite and have an easy snack like grapes and cheese and crackers or chips and dip to give you time to get the campfire going after setting up.

Before we leave, we marinate boneless, skinless chicken breasts. (Regular Italian salad dressing is my favorite.) We save the plastic take-out Chinese food containers to use to marinade the chicken and can just recycle them when done or use a Ziploc bag.

When you are set up, bake potatoes on the fire. You can slice them and add sliced onion and wrap in foil and cook over file. Slice fresh yellow squash, add butter, salt & pepper and sliced onion and double wrap in aluminum foil to cook on the fire.

Grill the chicken over the fire. I try to only turn them one time, and cook them longer on the first side than the second, and they are usually very moist and tender. The time depends on how large and thick they are.

We have a cast iron camp fire pie iron for an easy desert using white bread and canned apple or blueberry pie filling.

Try using GRANDS BISCUITS, Open the pack, slice the biscuits in half, flatten them out as much as you possible can, put on the blueberries, apple pie filling or even pizza sauce, mozzarella cheese and a little oregano for pizza.
You will never go back to bread.

warning.......COOK THEM SLOW or the biscuit will not get done in the center.
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