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Old 07-21-2014, 08:03 PM   #11
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Old 07-22-2014, 06:24 AM   #12
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Thank you everyone. There are a lot of great ideas in this thread.
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Old 07-22-2014, 09:33 AM   #13
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I like the pics. It's like porn for fat guys. Keep em coming.
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Old 07-22-2014, 09:43 AM   #14
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Lunches usually are our problem area.
We bring our panini maker. Why have a sandwich when you can have a grilled sandwich?
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My DWs pasta sauce and with all her great dishes she still manages to keep me at 163 lbs. Were not meat eaters but Tunce on the other hand more than makes up for us. Her Spinach + Cheese Stromboli is to die for and she uses jack cheese.
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Here's one for ya on a hot day its a pulled chicken salad on bakery loaf toast. Had friends over so that's why we had chicken.
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Old 07-22-2014, 12:06 PM   #17
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While I have yet to break in our TT kitchen, I have done A LOT of camp cooking. I spent 3 summers cooking for 60+ treeplanters in a remodeled semi truck trailer, summers working in kids camps, as well as do plenty of cooking in our cabin over propane and wood cookstove. One of our staples at the cabin is bannock. Very simple, very easy and can be changed up for variety. All you need is a cast iron frying pan, flour, baking powder, salt, water and oil. There are lots of recipes on the internet, but I've found mine is still my favourite. In a bowl, while your frying pan is heating up with a generous coating of oil in it, mix 2 cups of flour (white or a mix of white and brown), 1 tbsp. of baking powder and a tsp. of salt. Stir together then add water stirring until it is a sticky dough. You can either put the whole thing in the pan for one big bannock, or spoon it in as biscuit sized. Dip a fork in the hot oil and spread the dough out to about an inch thick. Keep your heat low and allow the bannock to brown before flipping it over. Delicious served with lots of butter! You can add things like cinnamon, sugar and raisins for a sweet bannock, or Parmesan cheese, herbs...whatever you like! I will usually make a big batch to have with dinner, and then have leftovers for making 'sandwiches' and snacks.
I have a blog where I did a tutorial on making bannock if you are interested.
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I'm a bacon and eggs kind of morning guy but the evenings are for steak and potatoes. Anything to cook over the fire is fair game. Nothing like sitting by the fire and smelling all the good smells coming out of the firepit! I have a specialty where I take small squares of venison backstrap and tenderloin and put a jalapeño pepper in the middle and wrap it with half a slice of bacon. Season it all up real good an let it marinade for about 30 minutes. Throw it on the grill for about 10 minutes and you are in for some finger licking good stuff. Melts in your mouth!
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I'm a bacon and eggs kind of morning guy but the evenings are for steak and potatoes. Anything to cook over the fire is fair game. Nothing like sitting by the fire and smelling all the good smells coming out of the firepit! I have a specialty where I take small squares of venison backstrap and tenderloin and put a jalapeño pepper in the middle and wrap it with half a slice of bacon. Season it all up real good an let it marinade for about 30 minutes. Throw it on the grill for about 10 minutes and you are in for some finger licking good stuff. Melts in your mouth!
That sounds great! I was just telling my wife how one of my favorite things about camping is smelling the fusion of everyone's food throughout the campground. I absolutely love venison over the fire. We often cut the round steaks in thin strips and marinade in teriyaki overnight. Then sear them on a large cast iron griddle over the fire. Sauté some onions and peppers with some spices and mix it all together. Lately we've been lightly coating the back straps in a little Cajun seasoning (I love spicy food) and grilling them lightly and again mixing with veggies. Then make some seasoned potatoes in a foil pack. It's amazingly good.
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Something my best friends mom made years ago and I told my wife about now we eat it pretty much every trip.. Pizza Pudgy Pies. You need pudgy pie irons, very simple. Butter the outside of the bread like grilled cheese, then simply put SQUEEZY pizza sauce, must be squeezy, just for the fun of it. Cheese and hamburger, or sausage, or peperoni, etc. Put in the iron and stick it in the fire. Holy cow, it is good
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