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Old 02-26-2012, 09:27 PM   #15
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I'm a Dutch oven fan myself... Have a simple breakfast dish of crescent roll dough, sausage , eggs and cheese a great way to start the day!

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Old 02-26-2012, 09:34 PM   #16
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I do a large roasting pan of homemade baked beans and serve them with everything, extras can be refrigerated or frozen.

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Old 02-27-2012, 08:20 AM   #17
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Our menu while camping tends to vary with the weather. Burgers, sandwiches, potatoe salad, coleslaw, chefs salads when its hot out. In cooler weather of early spring or fall, we have hotter meals, lots of soups, chili and all things that go with it, (dogs,fries,rice,etc.) several types of beans. We do crockpot dishs then also. The wife also uses the oven in our motorhome in cool weather to bake various things for the dinner menu.
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Old 02-27-2012, 03:12 PM   #18
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We enjoy gardening and caning. We try to prepare a crock pot meal with something that we grew. We like anything in a fresh tomato sauce like beef or chicken breasts. Let it cook during the day's events and enjoy at night. The crock pot in the sink is a great idea, never thought of that. Always seem to meet some good neighbors at the campground because of cooking. We always have fresh eggs from our chickens for some big breakfasts. We have never used the gas stove inside the MH but this year we may give it a try. Thanks for some good ideas!
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Old 02-27-2012, 04:39 PM   #19
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Caveat for putting the Crock-Pot in the sink: Set the Crock-Pot on a rubber sink mat or a cut piece of that rolled rubber shelf liner. If your sink is large, it'll keep it from scoochin around & the feet making that squeaky nails-on-the-chalkboard noise.

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Anything my DW cooks is my favorite. She's cooked everything from the simplest meals to chicken marsala, Steak Diane and a few others I can't pronounce to what we're having tonight. Sloppy Joes and Mac n cheese!
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Babyback ribs and chicken on the grill with corn on the cob.
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Oh man what a good thread this is gonna be! I'll be following this one for some good recipes.

Mine, just a simple ribeye done on the grill with a little montreal steak seasoning sprinkled on it. Fixins are usually beans and foil bag normandy blend veggies with butter and a little Lowry's season salt. The beans are Bush's from a can, with a little rinsed black beans to boot, but doctored up with sauted onions, bell peppers, bacon, a little garlic, brown sugar and some cayenne pepper.

For a breakfast meal, I do camp eggs as I call them. Cook up a pound of bacon with some onions, bell peppers and mushrooms, season em up with your favorite seasoning then pour in some eggs. When they're nearly done add your favorite cheese and enjoy with some toast.
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Favorite camp breakfast is bacon, scraple cooked in the bacon grease followed by eggs over easy in same grease. Toast on the grill and a redeye with a wedge of lemon. Only if I am not driving any where.

DW has a egg and sausage wrapped in a biscut recipe i will have to post. i just lost her waiting for the race to restart.

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