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Postby Guneukitschik » Mon Oct 18, 2004 7:27 am

Lynda J wrote:What about a Grub Swap subject line? I know that lots of fix pretty much the same thing but different things also.



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Boil in the bag omletts

Postby wagionvigil » Mon Oct 18, 2004 8:24 am

Get heavy duty zip lock freezer bags.
Put all the ingredients for your favorite onlett in the bag
Mark with your name seal and put it in boiling water
Make sure they do not stay against the side of the pot or they will melt
Keep them moving until the eggs are done.
Just open and place on your kit you have a perfect omlett
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Postby Guneukitschik » Mon Oct 18, 2004 9:20 am

Does the omlette get dry and fluffy in the bag or is it a bit runny?
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Postby wagionvigil » Mon Oct 18, 2004 9:31 am

If you do it correct it comes out perfect. It takes a couple of times to get it right. Take one and time it and see. If you open the bag too early it is runny
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Postby Lynda J » Mon Oct 18, 2004 12:09 pm

Blackforest cobbler.
One dark choc cake mix
I can cherry pie mix.
line dutch oven. Put cherry mix in. Mix cake mix as directed and pour on top .
Bake about 30 minutes depending on heat of fire.
Serve with either can or bag icecream.
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Postby t305spl » Mon Oct 18, 2004 5:49 pm

Zeppolies:
Canola oil
Biscuit Dough
Powdered Sugar

Heat the canola oil. Cut the biscuit dough into quarters. Place the biscuit dough in the oil. Wait for it to become golden brown. Remove the dough with a slotted spoon. Place in bowl with powdered sugar and serve hot.
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Postby Guneukitschik » Mon Oct 18, 2004 5:53 pm

that sounds similar to what the Indians serve in New Mexico...they call it Fry Bread (I'm pretty sure that it has another name I just can't remember it right now)....

Anyway...it's awesome with honey on it!!! YUMMY!
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Postby wagionvigil » Mon Oct 18, 2004 5:53 pm

How about cardboard box baking.
Line a card board box wuth heavy duty foil
Make a rack from green sticks
Mix up what ever bread,cake ,pie according to directions and bake according to instructions.
How you may ask?
each charcoal bricquet is 50 degrees so figure it out. They must be lit to begin with. Place them mon the bottom evenly distributed.Cover the front of the box with foil. The box should be stnding on its end,

Thats IT :D
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Postby Lynda J » Tue Oct 19, 2004 11:59 am

For your box over, if you will go to a paper supply store and get one of the boxes that reams of printer paper comes in. These boxes are extra heavy and have really good heavy lids.
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Postby wagionvigil » Tue Oct 19, 2004 12:07 pm

Thats what we use as I have a copier in my office and we take the boxes fo scout stuff
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Postby Lynda J » Tue Oct 19, 2004 12:09 pm

They will take lots more wear and tear than other boxes. We use to use banana boxes but they were to long and to short.
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Postby dad69 » Tue Oct 19, 2004 2:28 pm

Variation on above omelette recipe.

We do the same thing. The boys call them 'puss bags'. Yummy.

in the baggy
2 eggs, a couple of pinches of grated cheese, taco sauce
boil until eggs are set
serve in a tortilla

and best of all - no dishes
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Postby wagionvigil » Tue Oct 19, 2004 2:34 pm

I amreally getting hungry!! :twisted:
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BEAR bait

Postby cballman » Tue Oct 19, 2004 11:03 pm

ok people let cut out the bull and lets get to the point!!!


2 cans blackberry pie filling
1 box yellow cake mix
1 can Black Cherry soda drink

get a #12 dutch oven line with thick foil (aids in cleanup) pour both cans of filling in bottom. spread out filling then put cake mix on top of filling. spread out evenly. then pour can of black cherry soda over top. put charcoal on cook. black cherry soda does something and it tastes great. cooked this for our guest that came to eat at our last woodbadge weekend and they are still talking about our meals. Tha BEARS no less :lol: :lol: now also try the black cherry soda on the black forest cobbler also MMM taste great also. but then again you cant trust a skinny scouter cause they dont know how to cook like us full figured scouters. :D
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