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Friday, November 24, 2006

Camping Recipes 101

Spending the holidays on the outskirts of the metropolis is not just all about an exciting adventure, it is also about food... food... and much more food. You need to feed your brain in order for you to think of more thrilling activities for the entire family and make that trip definitely worthwhile.

* Camping recipes for meat loversBig Winne Taters and BeansIngredients: 1 large can of reeds German potato salad, 1 big frozen lima beans and 1 pound of Polish sausagePreparation: Cut sausage into ½ to ¾ inch pieces. Put everything in a pot, slam the lid on and heat.
Chili- Tamale CasseroleIngredients: tortilla chips, jar of tamales, can of chili, minced green onion, minced peppers, sliced ripe olives, shredded cheddar or jalapeño jack cheesePreparation: Crumble tortilla chips in a microwave safe casserole dish and top with unwrapped tamales, cut into 1-inch chunks. Top this with a can of chili and heat in a microwave for about 5 minutes. Top with minced peppers, onions, ripe olives, and cheddar cheese. Return to the microwave for 1 minute to melt the cheese.

* Camping recipes for fish enthusiastsButter Onion TroutIngredients: fresh trout, 1 tablespoon of butter, 1 sliced onion, salt and pepperPreparation: Clean the fish. Leaving the fish whole, stuff the insides with butter, salt and pepper, and as many onions as will fit. Place stuffed trout on buttered foil and wrap up. Place over fire for 7-10 minutes.
Crispy Shore LunchIngredients: fish fillet, oil, Canadian beer, 1 bag of salt and vinegar chipsPreparation: Soak fish in beer. Crush the salt and vinegar chips. Coat the beer soaked fish with the crushed salt and vinegar chips. Deep fry in very hot oil, until the fish turn to a golden color.

* Camping recipes for breakfast eatersFresh Morning DonutsIngredients: 2 cans of biscuits, 2 cups hot oil, 1 cup powdered sugar and 1 cup cinnamon sugarPreparation: Open a can of biscuits and take each one separately and poke a little hole in it. Place in hot oil until one side is a little brown. Use wooden tongs and flip them over to brown the other side. Take them out and drain on a paper towel. While still warm, place them in powdered sugar or cinnamon.
Sunrise SpudsIngredients: instant mashed potato flakes, grated or powdered cheese, dehydrated onion, pre- cooked bacon bits and Ziploc bagPreparation: Measure out 3/4 to 1 cup of potato flakes into a Ziploc bag. Add cheese, onion, and bacon. Seal the bag airtight. Slowly add hot water and stir until a consistency of mashed potatoes is achieved.

* Camping recipes for dessert fanaticsPeachy KeenIngredients: 1 sandwich size baggy, 1 graham cracker, 2 tablespoons of canned peaches and 2 tablespoons of whipped creamPreparation: Crush graham cracker inside of baggy, add peaches and whipped cream.
Can’t Get E’nuffsIngredients: coconut cookie bars, peanut butter, chocolate bars and roasted marshmallowsPreparation: Spread peanut butter on a coconut cookie bar. Place piece of chocolate bar on top of peanut butter. Place roasted marshmallow or spread marshmallow crème on top of chocolate bar, and top with a coconut cookie bar.

All of the above camping recipes only takes a little amount of time to make because the most important here is, munch and munch.

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