Some Quick Tips for Lunch While Camping
- Don’t make camping lunches the night before.
- Substitutes for a sandwich: a couple of hard-boiled eggs (with salt & pepper), left-over roast or fried chicken.
- When boiling eggs, white vinegar added to the boiling water will keep the white part from running out of the cracked shell.
- Gamey-smelling lunch boxes (or bags) will smell sweet if you place a slice of bread (dampened with vinegar) in the lunch container overnight.
Food just tastes better while camping! Maybe it is because camp cooking takes longer and we are ravenous by the time it’s ready!
Dutch Oven Biscuits
This is a very simple recipe! It serves 6 to 10.
Mix Bisquick-type mix according to recipe directions on the box. DO NOT OVER-STIR THE MIX!
1) Put the hot coals outside of the fire pit. Oil a large Dutch oven inside thoroughly.
2) Set the Dutch oven on the coals to heat for about 10 minutes.
3) Spoon the mixture into the Dutch oven and cover with the lid.
4) Shovel hot coals onto the Dutch oven’s lid. Cook for 20 -30 minutes, depending on how hot the coals are.
5) After 20 minutes, check the biscuits. They are ready when they are lightly browned.
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