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Discussion in 'Camping' started by KYtrapper2005, Mar 9, 2021.
No, but I do believe I will. lol. That sounds killer.
It’s a game changer!
I know one thing, I'm gonna round the kids up, head to the creek and build a far pretty dang soon.
I’m pretty sure I’d get turned into a pillar of salt is I didn’t make s’mores on a camping trip! And I will try the pb cup!
If you have a can cooker or decent size pot . Boil water over fire. Quart freezer ziploc bags make sure for freezer. Chop and prepare all ingredients for omelets. Everyone take a bag fill with what they like. Myself would break 3 eggs. onion, peppers, mushrooms, sharp cheddar and salt and big grind of black pepper. Seal bag good and squish egg's and contents to mix. Drop as many bags that will fit in boiling water, lid on.
6 minutes remove each bag with leathermans. When cool enough to handle open bag (I shoot it with hot sauce) and dig in. Fluffys omelets you can make
Good lord, such a genius thought! That will be tried here very soon.
Make sure y’all spray down with permethrin. Ticks and chiggers will eat you alive if you don’t. Few thermacells be good too.
Yessir! I need to get some thermacells! I already have over $200 worth of stuff I’m getting/already bought. Maybe I’ll tell one of the others to get thermacells since I’m buying their food and stuff lol!
Speaking of the Reese’s s’more... Reese’s makes a “mallow top” Reese’s cup with a marshmallow stuff on top and it’s good! Y’all need to try one!
Have any of you ever had a 'mallow dog like they talk about on Duck Dynasty? That doesn't sound appealing to me......
Yessir! And it doesn’t sound good but my grandma used to eat marshmallow cream on sandwich bread so that’s not much different.
I’m not the gourmet cook some of the others are on here but camping, can’t go wrong with breakfast foods...anytime of day! Chili, temp outside don’t matter, keep a big pot warm on the fire. Baked potatoes are fun for kids. Wrap in foil and place outside of the fire then they can put on all of their own toppings. Anything you can put on a stick. S’mores has been discussed already. Hotdogs, brats, skewers, etc...
It think about a 2” thick pork chop over wood is amazing! And by all means don’t trim the fat. Some fried taters and soup beans in a cast iron pot is hard to beat.