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Old 03-14-2013, 11:03 PM   #21
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When you're tired out after a day of hiking, it's damn hard to beat an MRE and a shot of whiskey!


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cast iron! with a cast iron skillet and dutch oven, you can cook just about anything over a campfire. i have cooked just about everything years ago in many a cast iron skillet while camping. and for some reason the same meal cooked over a campfire tastes so much better!


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In a Dutch oven:1 lb. bag of dry pinto beans, chopped onion, 1 can of chicken broth, smoked ham hock or ham chunks or smoked sausage, salt ( start with 1 teaspoon, add more to taste when done ) , ground black pepper, ( you can doctor it up if you want, I like it simple ). Cover beans by at least 1 inch of water, cook on low heat for 3 to 4 hours, don't let it boil, when beans are tender, use back of serving spoon to mash about 1/4 of beans ( makes broth into a gravy ). Serve over Jonny cakes or jalapeņo corn bread.
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In a Dutch oven:1 lb. bag of dry pinto beans, chopped onion, 1 can of chicken broth, smoked ham hock or ham chunks or smoked sausage, salt ( start with 1 teaspoon, add more to taste when done ) , ground black pepper, ( you can doctor it up if you want, I like it simple ). Cover beans by at least 1 inch of water, cook on low heat for 3 to 4 hours, don't let it boil, when beans are tender, use back of serving spoon to mash about 1/4 of beans ( makes broth into a gravy ). Serve over Jonny cakes or jalapeņo corn bread.
Serve with ice cold PBR and shots of Beano.
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