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    Here's an old standby I use often. You can use other little goodies as well, such as mushrooms, real sliced onions, etc. If real potatoes are used, the cooking time will be longer.

    Recipe #65663

    I can't remember where I found this at but it's very tasty. Can be made on the grille over coals or a propane stove. One may take a little longer than the other to cook.

    Recipe #65612

    A simple little campfire sandwich that's enjoyable, esp. on a cool evening. Watch the time so you don't burn them too much.

    Recipe #65609

    My kids used to love sitting around the campfire and making these things. They would have two pie irons going all the time. Often times we didn't have Pepperoni and they would use ham or other meats and mushroom pieces. Cooking time will vary from 3-5 minutes usually. Be sure to turn often and check the bread often after 2-3 minutes. Once your iron is hot they will cook quickly.

    Recipe #65594

    An easy little treat the kids will enjoy while camping or around a small bonfire in the yard. Have fun.

    Recipe #65449

    An old favorite camping treat the kids always enjoy, and adults too.

    Recipe #64799

    A recipe I found on the net a while back and is really great for a small camping dessert, or around a small bonfire in your yard.

    Recipe #64797

    Here's a fast and easy camping recipe for trout. Serving size depends on the size of the fish.

    Recipe #64794

    An easy way to cook rabbit the family will love!

    Recipe #64207

    An old recipe I have in my fish collection that's simple, fast and tasty. I've also used this with Walleye and Bass fillets.

    Recipe #64049

    This is a recipe that my daughter use to make and it always hit the spot for dessert.

    Recipe #64040

    Here's and old standby I enjoy from time to time. It's from an old newspaper clipping I cut out years ago. Very tasty.

    Recipe #63986

    I got this recipe from a Welcome Wagon Club cookbook years ago and I thought I'd share it. Darn good little casserole.

    Recipe #62998

    Here is a salmon meal in itself. Delicious, economical and easy to prepare. Enjoy!

    Recipe #61084

    An old fishing friend gave me this recipe a long time ago and I thought I'd share it with those who enjoy the taste of fresh trout as I do. Cooking time may vary between 15-25 minutes.

    Recipe #61077

    Here's and old recipe I've used often and is pretty tasty. Fresh Bass fillets are baked seasoned with lemon and thyme. When using a hot oven and short cook time, you avoid over cooking the fish.

    Recipe #61074

    I've used this recipe many times and have no complaints so far from any of my friends. I can't remember where I got it but I can say it's been well used. Note: Young birds are the best for roasting. You can tell if it's young from its spur. It will be round and flexible when you move it, and the last big wing feather will have a sharp pointed tip. Older birds won't taste as well roasted.

    Recipe #56336

    If you enjoy the taste of wild game as I do, and don't want to alter the taste of the meat too much except to put a nice coating on it here it is. Just the basics for the home or the camp.

    Recipe #56173

    Here's an old recipe I found about 20 plus years ago and have made it several times when I was lucky enough to get a few ducks. The sauerkraut and lemon takes away a lot of the wild taste. Note: If you get a goose and can tell it's old, you're own your own here. They have a tendency of being very tough.

    Recipe #56093

    My neighbor Steve and his girl were experimenting with a baked chicken recipe and came up a little gem I think. It creates for a really moist chicken without using a brine but with almost the same results. Hope you enjoy it much as we did. If you eat legs and wings with your fingers...have some napkins handy. *s*

    Recipe #53708

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