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Old 05-10-2018, 12:12 PM   #1
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Campers Pies

Anyone still make them? I have a set that's at least 30 yrs old haven't used them in awhile had 2 but gave one to my daughter and she and her family use them every summer.
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I used then two years ago. An absolute fun time around the campfire cooking them.
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Old 05-10-2018, 01:06 PM   #3
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Yes, I just bought two at an outdoor store that was going out of business, they had round, square and rectangle ones, I got the square ones. In my part of the US (Omaha,Ne) the local ACE hardware stores carry them, so do the Walmart's.
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Use them every time we go camping.
Breakfast sandwiches are my daughter's favorite.
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Just found mine haven't used them in awhile putting them in the tt can't wait to use them.
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We have 2 of them in the camper and 2 at the house. We just had some about 3 weeks ago when the grand kids came over.

I can remember having them 50 years ago with my grandparents. Very fond memories.
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I think some of the best memories of camping with our children were letting them pick what they wanted to make them out of then sitting there letting them cook them.
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We use ours. Pizza pockets are the best.

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We have a set we don't use a whole lot, would like to use them more. We use them most often for bonfires with our youth group, bring a ton of junk ingredients and let them make whatever they want. They love it!
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I think some of the best memories of camping with our children were letting them pick what they wanted to make them out of then sitting there letting them cook them.
Isn't that the truth. We camped when our kids were little and now they too have trailers and families of their own and so the tradition continues. We called them bush pies but the same thing.
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Must be a northern thing ! This old dog never heard of them before now.
sounds like you gather up all the garbage you can find and make some kind of PIE? bet some are good and some not so good!
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LOL, well if you want to eat garbage that's up to you.
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Must be a northern thing ! This old dog never heard of them before now.
sounds like you gather up all the garbage you can find and make some kind of PIE? bet some are good and some not so good!
We make them a couple of times each year sometimes just once a season, but always enjoy them. Our camp fire pies are made using can pie filling between two slices of bread. Blueberry, cherry, strawberry and apple all work well. Just lightly butter the bread on the one side that touches the metal pans add filling and bake. A campfire favorite for sure.
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Pass me a blueberry one please. Another favorite with our grandkids are making campfire eclairs.
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