45 days without electricity, cooking on propane, washing dishes in the washtub outside and then dumping that water out so you can wash the clothes. Oh, we had a generator but that was to keep the freezer running and the pump to the well going, and for ceiling fans and tv so we could see the rest of the world wwatching us. We'll never forget. And next time we'll eat better.
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This is what we make for our annual family canoe camp-out in northern Wisconsin. Ingredients can be customized for picky eaters or embellished for hearty eaters! Cooking time will depend somewhat on the heat in the coals.
This is my step-daughter's favorite recipe, and it always disappears. It's very simple and tastes great around the campfire. Cooking time does not include marinating. This recipe can be customized with dried or fresh herbs.
Camping steak marinade
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This is an easy recipe that can be made in advance. When I camp, I place the marinade and steaks in freezer bags and freeze them until I am ready to put them in the cooler!They marinade as they thaw.
My brother's friend George threw this one together on a camping trip and we picked his brain as to exactly how he did it. I've made it both at home and on the campfire and every time it's easy, delicious, and satisfying.