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Campfire Stew - This is what my neighbor does when having a cookout with friends and family. This recipe can feed up to 70 people so if you only have 10 or 20 at the cookout, you’re going to have a lot of left-overs…

Campfire Stew - This is what my neighbor does when having a cookout with friends and family. This recipe can feed up to 70 people so if you only have 10 or 20 at the cookout, you’re going to have a lot of left-overs…

Dutch Oven recipes for home or camping

15 Dutch Oven Recipes Perfect for Your Kitchen or the Campfire

Breakfast In A Bag - line bottom of paper bag with bacon, making sure to cover all of the paper and slightly up the sides. Place 2 raw biscuits on top of bacon. Crack egg(s) and drop on top. Add salt and pepper. Fold top of bag over a couple of times. Place bag on grate over campfire. Eggs are done when the grease from the bacon is about 1/2 way up the side of the bag.

Breakfast In A Bag - line bottom of paper bag with bacon, making sure to cover all of the paper and slightly up the sides. Place 2 raw biscuits on top of bacon. Crack egg(s) and drop on top. Add salt and pepper. Fold top of bag over a couple of times. Place bag on grate over campfire. Eggs are done when the grease from the bacon is about 1/2 way up the side of the bag.

The outdoors are calling! Great tips for setting up an outdoor living area, glamping, or camping area.

The outdoors are calling! Great tips for setting up an outdoor living area, glamping, or camping area.

Fried Pies: You'll need 1 can biscuit mix and 1 can of your favorite pie filling (apples, peaches, cherry). Roll the biscuits out to about six inches or so.  Put a tablespoon or two of pie filling into biscuit and fold over pressing edges close with a fork.  Brown in a skillet in some butter and when golden brown sprinkle with powered sugar. Homemade pie right at the campsite.

Fried Pies: You'll need 1 can biscuit mix and 1 can of your favorite pie filling (apples, peaches, cherry). Roll the biscuits out to about six inches or so. Put a tablespoon or two of pie filling into biscuit and fold over pressing edges close with a fork. Brown in a skillet in some butter and when golden brown sprinkle with powered sugar. Homemade pie right at the campsite.

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