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Old 03-14-2013, 01:55 AM   #11
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I like to clean a fresh caught trout. Put it on a sheet of aluminumn foil. Add a little garlic salt, fresh ground pepper, a couple cubes of real butter and whatever other seasonings you like. Wrap it all up in the foil. After the fire goes out and the coals are still hot put the wraped up trout in the coals and bury it in them for like 20-30 minutes. Delicious!
Mmm, now that sounds good rick.


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When we go we usually live off the land eat what ever...........


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*This one is best done with ultra-pasteurized eggs . Otherwise, eggs should be refrigerated until used because of today's Salmonella risk :

One-Pan French Toast :
Butter a nonstick pan and heat until slightly warm .
Break eggs into the pan and beat with a plastic fork .
Add salt and pepper .
Soak the eggs up with pieces of white bread .
Fry the soaked bread over medium heat, flipping once or twice .
Serve with butter .

For a more Jewish camping experience, substitute crushed matzo previously wet down with water for the white bread and scramble into the eggs as you cook .
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3 avocados cubed
6 big red juicy tomatoes, chopped
1-2 onions, chopped
1 cup ketchup
1 bunch fresh cilantro, chopped (include stems chopped fine)
1/2 lb fresh or thawed small salad shrimp
3/4 can orange soda
finely chopped fresh green jalapeno peppers to taste (amount depends on individual taste)
2 cloves minced garlic

Stir all ingredients in a bowl, adding orange soda last.
Let chill several hours or overnight.
Serve with tortilla chips or eat with spoon!
Can add green olives or avocado slices, calamari, whatever!
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Butter, garlic salt, pepper. Throw it in the pan with trout. Yum.
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Fajitas:

Whole chicken, remove back bone, break keel bone (sternum) so it lays flat, stab it all over with a fork (till your arms are tired), put in ziplock bag, pour in a bottle of Mojo Criolo,
Cook over camp fire, let cool, then shred.
Tortillas, salsa, guacamole, grilled peppers and onions, lime wedges, cold Coronas and tequila shots!
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Fry up 1lb. hamburger.. we normally use deer,, 1 lb. sausage,, set aside.
Fry up some sliced potatoes, about 3 cans that you get at the store,, already boiled so takes less time to fry and easier to pack.
Boil or fry 1 can of corn.
Mix the burger and sausage.
In a large casserole dish, put down about 1/2 of the potatoes, layer half the corn over that,then about half the meat,, put some cheese slices or shredded over the meat then make another layer with the rest of the ingredients and put cheese on top,, the wife likes the Mexican mix shredded style of cheese.
Cover dish and bake at medium temps until the cheese melts in well about 25 minutes. Works nice if you have an RV with a stove and also works well in a larger Dutch oven,, just grease it well. Simple but tasty.
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We eat fresh caught trout (about 8-12 inches in length), by simply gutting them and rinsing them well in stream water. We then sharpen long thin but strong sticks. We skewer the trout long ways, much like a hotdog, with the end of the stick protruding from the trout's mouth. You need to kind of weave one side of the body onto the stick. A little salt and pepper, cook thoroughly over the campfire and eat corn on the cob style or pick it off with your fingers!!

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Fajitas:

Whole chicken, remove back bone, break keel bone (sternum) so it lays flat, stab it all over with a fork (till your arms are tired), put in ziplock bag, pour in a bottle of Mojo Criolo,
Cook over camp fire, let cool, then shred.
Tortillas, salsa, guacamole, grilled peppers and onions, lime wedges, cold Coronas and tequila shots!
What are you cooking it in?
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What are you cooking it in?
Over the coals, either on a spit or on a grate.


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