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May 12, 2012 at 12:06 am #40938RobParticipant@bort-bitterbeer
So as I was sitting here thinking up what to do for meals for the up coming weekender. It dawned on me. Why not start a thread where players can post their favorite camp food meals/recipes, or make suggestions for food items they would like to see and such.
What I would like to try is if you have something you like, or a recipe just post what meal catagory it would be in. Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner. Then what it is and follow with a brief description of it.
Please remember that the kitchen is limited in how meals can be prepared and how much time it takes to make the meal. Simple and easy is better.
Lunch: Philly Cheese Steak – Sliced beef, some onions and bell peppers. Throw on the grill to heat up add some swiss cheese and place on a roll.
You can suggest an entire menu or just a single item.
I really think it will be interesting to see what everyone comes up with and it will develope a nice list of things to choose from and give ideas for other things.
As some Dinners allow we will offer the Steak upgrade option.
So post away,
*Meal we have tried this year*
Hash Browns / Garbage Hash
Egg & Cheese English Muffins
Fried Spagetti cakes
Cream of Wheat
Philly Cheese Steak
Tacos / Taco Salad
Cold Cuts / Hoagies
Fried Spagetti cakes
Egg Salad Sandwich
Sloppy Joes Pulled Pork sandwich
Smoked Chicken sandwich
Stick to your Bones Stew. (Nice and thick w/extra taters)!
Stroganoff, Chicken or Beef
Chili Verde Soup
Italian soup w/Raviolli
Chicken Alfredo Braised Sirloin tips w/ Pasta and Sauce
Fried Spagetti cakes
Seeing how this list can grow!May 12, 2012 at 1:20 am #44478SitkaParticipant@the-nameless-one
Breakfast — blueberry pancakes
Dinner — beef stew with extra potatoes, quite thick and not wateryMay 12, 2012 at 1:55 am #44479J’hunai NoquarParticipant@silmarwen
I’m simple. As long as its delicious, I’ll eat it.
I’ve always enjoyed the usual beef stew option for the Friday night dinner.
Pancakes are always delicious for breakfast with eggs and hashbrowns. Mmmm.. hashbrowns. I’m not too fond of fruity pancakes so maybe have optional kinds?
One dinner we did for one of the events last year was the meat, potatoes, and veggies wrapped in tin foil over a fire. I think its called hobo dinners or something. I enjoyed its deliciousness.
Additional ideas: spaghetti or tacos
Child of Earth MagicMay 12, 2012 at 4:37 am #44480Paul IversonParticipant@paul_iverson3000
While the majority of the “Orc Camp” will be doing copious amounts of meat for the weekend, it would be nice to have some salads and veggies at a weekender. I also enjoy your stew, Rob. It leaves me begging for more. I am interested in your philly steak as well.
Perhaps a good ol fashioned bbq would be killer as well?May 23, 2012 at 10:17 pm #44481RobParticipant@bort-bitterbeer
So the first weekender is over and I think it went fairly well.
Now for more food ideas.
You have seen how the kitchen is currently set-up and I’m sure some of you had a craving for something, or thought of something that would have been nice to have had so let’s ad to our list.
I thought of one while cooking the Taco Soup.
Dinner or Lunch:
TACO’s! brilliant I say!
Rob L.May 23, 2012 at 10:19 pm #44482RobParticipant@bort-bitterbeer
Sadness, I just noticed that Deb had hidden tacos in with her spagetti idea. Deb = Brilliant.
Rob L.May 24, 2012 at 1:20 am #44483J’hunai NoquarParticipant@silmarwen
Child of Earth MagicJune 5, 2012 at 11:31 pm #44484RobParticipant@bort-bitterbeer
I’m begining to plan the menu for the June weekender.
If you have any ideas or requests let me know.
I would like to have it all planned out by Wednesday next week (13th).
RobJune 6, 2012 at 12:42 pm #44703Anji PetrizzoParticipant@anji
I thought the breakfast burritos on the last weekend were wonderful, especially since rolling things in tortillas means that one doesn’t necessarily need to miss out entirely on morning modules to eat.
For the same reason, I always like the camp staple of BBQ, potatoes, onions and carrots roasted in tin foil. But I really just love baked potatoes and vote for them always.
Stroganoff or swedish meatballs would be a nice variant on spaghetti, and a good thick soup is always awesome for Friday night.June 7, 2012 at 12:18 am #44485PageParticipant@page
Things without mushrooms, also stew/chili/curry are all great hot meals. (bread bowls have been great in the past too)
Also no one would say no to steak and potatoes
On the cheap side, Burgers, Dogs, Maybe Brats, and Tacos are all great.June 7, 2012 at 1:20 am #44486J’hunai NoquarParticipant@silmarwen
Child of Earth MagicJune 7, 2012 at 2:15 am #44487KariParticipant@kari
I really loved that chili verde stew that we had two years ago during the flooded weekender of sandess. So delicious!June 8, 2012 at 1:07 am #44488RobParticipant@bort-bitterbeer
Another dinner idea:
Here’s just one version I found that looked good.June 8, 2012 at 5:05 am #44723herogoethKeymaster@herogoeth
Last year we did an option to pay extra for steak/chicken on Saturday night.
In my opinion, that was awesome.
I would totally do that again.
MikeJune 8, 2012 at 10:35 am #44490BeccaParticipant@selphiebaka
I want food out of a Dutch oven!June 8, 2012 at 12:51 pm #44756RobParticipant@bort-bitterbeerSelphiebaka wrote:I want food out of a Dutch oven!
I so love cooking out of my Dutch ovens, but, time it takes and the amount of food that needs to be produced just makes it not feasible. although sides are a option.
plus all that cast iron is really heavy!
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