campfire cooking

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    Cooking over an open fire/campfire (Poll)

    How many here have ever cooked over an open fire, like a campfire? Did/do you like it? What have you cooked? CD
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    Recipe Mince Kebabs

    You will need: 1lb(0.5kg) Minced Lamb Two onions 1/2lb(0.25kg) of Button mushrooms Three tomatoes One green pepper 1/2lb(0.25kg) oatmeal Two eggs Method Beat the eggs, add the oatmeal and mix well Add the mince, mixing until a thick dough. With your now clean hands, form the mix into balls...
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    The Nescafe thread got me to thinking about camping. We camp on nearly every vacation. We started out in a small tent with an ice chest and Coleman stove and a granite coffee pot. We always got water only sites. Then we upgraded to a larger tent and got electric sites. We took a small...
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    Recipe Eggs in an orange

    Best done on a camp fire that is well established. Light campfire and allow it to burn until hot coals develop. Cut the orange in half and scoop out pulp with a spoon from each half (Eat this while your eggs cook!). ... Crack an egg into each orange peel half. Season with salt, pepper and...
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    Recipe Campfire Spuds

    Ingredients 16 medium potatoes (about 2 inches in diameter), halved 3 tablespoons salt 2 tablespoons cooking oil 6 unpeeled large garlic cloves, smashed 1 teaspoon chopped fresh thyme 1/2 teaspoon finely chopped fresh rosemary Method Place potatoes(spuds) in a large saucepan. Add salt and...
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    Recipe Cowboy Stew

    Required Equipment Frying pan with lid. Cast iron if possible. The Recipe You don’t need to follow this exactly. 1lb Mince (Quorn mince works too) 1 onion 3 potatoes, chopped about 1inch square 1 can green beans 1 can baked beans 1 can kidney beans 1 can tomato soup 1 can sweet corn 1 can of...
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    Have you ever cooked fish on the grill or over a campfire?

    Cooking fish outdoors makes sense to me. I have had it on camping trips, but always in a pan. I've never eaten it cooked right on the grill, but it sounds really good. I've also heard of people wrapping it in heavy duty foil and cooking it the campfire coals. Have you tried any of these methods?
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