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    Open fire cooking bread

    Another new to me trick.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AXYqy5zFLE

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    Re: Open fire cooking bread

    Guy, do you try these recipes at home before hitting the road?

    I bought a dry package chili recipe last week, made it over last Thursday at home. Much too large for a single night's camp but could be divided up. Single package requires 7 cups of boiling water then simmer for a 1/2 hour. Could divide it into 7 equal parts and carry in zip loks, I suppose. I added spices and a couple chicken breasts to make near a gallon of chicken chili. Much better than I expected, fed 4 of us a nice dinner.

    I used to say I didn't camp, only slept in a tent. Now that I'm carrying cooking gear I guess I'm a camper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by George View Post

    I used to say I didn't camp, only slept in a tent. Now that I'm carrying cooking gear I guess I'm a camper.
    But, are you a happy camper? LOL

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    Re: Open fire cooking bread

    Hi George,

    Sometimes I try them at home, sometimes not, it adds to the adventure.

    Instead of ziplocks for the dry noodle or rice stuff, I use a wide mouth plastic bottle and just spoon out as much as I need and keep the rest for the next day.

    Guy

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