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Wildcat
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14/06/2020 2:51 am  

Since campgrounds were shut down for nearly four months, the weather also not the best for camping at home, I tried a couple recipes in the galley in garage.  I don't  take half my house with me on a trip, so I use a stove top dutch oven to cook foil packs and bake.  I have not used the Omnia oven for much yet.

The one I liked best is a Hawaiian sweet potato thing with pineapple chunks and ham chunks, and brown sugar.  I wonder what would happen if a person threw in some marshmallows.  This one, I will use next trip. The other one was a salmon dinner; it was edible and ok, but not a favorite.  

Will be trying more.  Often times, I do a simple red potato, cheese, bacon foil pack, it's quick, and I'm lazy.

 


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groveratc
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16/06/2020 1:52 am  

I too love foil packets. My sister even gave me a cookbook that has lots of good ideas. 


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Wildcat
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20/06/2020 4:57 am  

I have that book and another.  Not a lot in them i like, but oh well.  Since I don't like messes, I put tinfoil in the bottom of the dutch oven to catch any leaks from the packets.

Another book has recipes for cooking on a stick, pie irons, dutch ovens, foil, and others.  I have a pie iron which I have not tried yet, but will on a trip soon.

https://amazon.com/Easy-Campfire-Cooking-Publishing-Scouting/dp/1565237242/ref=sr_1_7?dchild=1&keywords=Camp+cookbook&qid=1592624895&sr=8-7


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groveratc
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21/06/2020 5:46 am  

Looks like a good cook book. I might have to check that one out. 


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