MORNING TIME IS BACON AND EGGS DINER IS STEAK AND BAKED TATOR.
I HAVE BEEN TRYING TO LOOSER WIEGHT BUT AFTER READING THIS POST NOW IM HUNGRY.
For breakfast I like Johnsonville, Hot Italian Sausages on a hotdog buns....slapped directly on the campfire grill.
Lunch is usually deli roast beef/turkey and or ham sandwiches and chips.
Dinner is usually something that use to have horns like deer or beef.
We keep it simple yet tasty because we don't have stoves or power/water where we go. Everything is done on the fire and cleaned with water from the lake ; )
If fishin goes well I eat a ton of fish on handburger buns with cheese, LOL.
Originally Posted by WhiteRiverBigCats
Smores!!!! Never to old for them things
You should have been there when I showed my wife and daughter how to make smores in the grill basket, I can make 4-6 at a time!!!
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A big ol Pot Roast in a dutch over is hard to beat....
Dutch oven breakfast, line the pot with biscuit mix and put in eggs, sausage, Bacon, bell pepper and onion diced, and make white gravy for the top.
For dinner I have to make sausage at least once each trip. Dutch oven, put in olive oil and a little pork grease, chopped onions and green peppers and let them cook down a little then throw in the smoked sausage of your choice and a can of beer and let it cook. Serve it on a hot dog bun with cheese, horse radish, mustard, and maybe a little mayo.
hey Kip !!!!
You might want to throw in a pack of ""Rolaid's"" or ""Tum's"":smile2:
speakin of Dutch Oven cookin, I have been cooking Biscuits in mine,
and they turn out great,
sounds good !! I will have to try it:cool2:
Fresh sliced deer tenderloins(by fresh, I mean shot that day) slow cooked over a hickory fire with some good BBQ sauce on them. Fried taters and onions, corn and maybe some sliced peaches out of the can for desert. That's the dinner meal. LOL Most people that come to gatherings where I am can tell you how much I like cookin breakfast. Fried bacon and eggs, pancakes, fried taters again, venision breakfast sausage and maybe some toast made in the skillet with homemade blackberry or strawberry jam. Ummmm...umm!
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man, that sounds good, where are you going to be next ((LMAO)):smile2:
guess we will be at Pendelton, in August, 21st to 23rd, all of the guys act like they want to fish and not have a big meal, so what i am going to do is take all of my cooking stuff, and when they start drifting over to get a plate full, I will charge them $10.00 bucks a plate (((LMAO)):big_smile:
Many thanks to all that have replied. Did y'all see when I started this thread?!:smile2:
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