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    What are your camp cooking favorites?

    We love cooking over the campfire in our dutch oven! Two favorites are chili and speghetti. Nothing fancy, but oh so good when the smoky essence is included in the flavor profile!

    What do you love to cook, over the campfire, in foil, pie irons, crockpot....etc....

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    I have 2 Dutch ovens, a small one and a large one. I can cook anything that can be cooked in a pot or oven
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    Quote Originally Posted by LCBoyer View Post
    I have 2 Dutch ovens, a small one and a large one. I can cook anything that can be cooked in a pot or oven
    Well now you've gone and done it. Now you need to start posting up some recipes.

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    I use any recipe that will work in slow cooker or regular oven. Breads and cakes are easy, roasts and stews are good. I don't have any special recipes. We bought a campfire cookbook years ago, I think someone borrowed it
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    Like LC mentioned, anything cooked in an oven can be cooked outdoors in a Dutch oven. I use ours for cooking everything from biscuits and breakfast casseroles to chili and lasagna. Cobblers and dump cakes are very easy and are great outdoors. There are tons of recipes online. I use this table as a rough guide for temperature settings.
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    We use the crockpot to cook baked potatoes at the campground. At home, we use the crockpot for soups and cooking beef roasts, but we don't eat that heavy when camping.

    We grill our meats almost every meal, and seldom even cook inside. We do use an electric skillet all the time outside to cook hash browns with onions.

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    Other than the always favorite "grillin" brats, burgers, and chicken breasts, when we have time and more family/friends camping we love to smoke a turkey or ribs or do beercan chicken. Here's a picture of our smoked turkey last July.....yum yum yum yum !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toes in the water View Post
    Other than the always favorite "grillin" brats, burgers, and chicken breasts, when we have time and more family/friends camping we love to smoke a turkey or ribs or do beercan chicken. Here's a picture of our smoked turkey last July.....yum yum yum yum !

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    Now that looks tasty!

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    That turkey looks great!
    Dutch ovens, have 2 also. Cornish game hens with corn on the cob, potatoes, carrots and anything else you want to put in. Cobbler for dessert, biscuits for breakfast. Foil meals are also a good. Found this picture and thought I'd add it.
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    Add one more to the DO user list. I have 3. A 13,10 and 8. Love to make stews, brisket, stuffed cornish hens ,cornbread, cinnamon rolls and cakes and what ever else we are in the mood for.
    I cheat on the brisket and smoke it at home, slice it before it gets to tender. Then cook it in the DO with a bath of vernors, BBQ sauce, onions & mushrooms . If I'm in an adventurous mood it gets flipped upside down and make pizza. My 13 has little feet on the lid too.

    Also like to cook over the fire on a tripod and my jumbo joe. Beer butt chicken is great off the grill. We use the crock pot more in the fall or early spring for soups or pork roast with apples and onions...

    Now that you guy succeed in making me hungry maybe I'll go find a snack
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