Richard asks…

What are some great easy to do recipes for rabbit??? What type of recipes would work well when camping?

Thanks for the details… Tim

Martin answers:

I typically use the grill for most of the cooking and cook breakfast (pancakes or eggs) for breakfast on my camp stove. I bring pre-mixed pancake batter and eggs broken and in a bottle (easier to skip the sunny side eggs when camping because they break too easy and take up more space in their carton)

I also have a couple sandwich irons that work nice. You can make pizza, ham and cheese, fruit pies….etc. All yo u need is butter, bread and whatever filling you want. (the original hot pockets).

Where I go camping is buggy so I try to prepare foods that can be held and eaten (except breakfast). I try to stay away from lots of mixing and bringing too many spices or condiments. If you plan properly, you can make most everything at home before you leave and just bring pre-mixed meals for easy preparation

Lizzie asks…

do you know a great crock pot recipe for camping?

We are all chili’d and beef stew’d out. We need a recipe that is going to keep us warm and sit in a crock pot most of the day. Although it does not need to be cooked in the crock pot!

Martin answers:

Crock Pot Barbecue Beef

Ingredients:
3 pound(s) lean chuck roast
1/2 c ketchup
1/2 c water
2 Tbsp sugar
1 Tbsp vinegar
1 medium onion, chopped

Directions:
Place beef in crock pot. Combine all remaining ingredients and pour over meat. Cover and cook on low for 11 to 12 hours, or on high for 5 to 6 hours. Pull apart cooked meat with forks, and serve on rolls or buns.

Crock Pot Tri Tip Burritos

Ingredients:
1-2 pound(s) Tri Tip Roast
1 jar of Salsa
Water
Tortillas
Shredded Cheese
Guacamole
Sour Cream

Directions:
Trim off fat from the Tri Tip Roast and poke holes in the roast on both sides. Place roast in a crock pot set on low heat. Pour salsa on top of meat, then take the empty salsa jar and add water to the jar, pour water over the meat and salsa. Place cover on top of crock pot and let it cook about nine to ten hours or until dinner time. Take meat out of crock pot and place it on a cutting board. Pour the remaining ingredients into the colander and pour the salsa back into the crock pot. With two forks, shred the meat. When the meat is shredded, place it back into the crock pot and stir meat with the remaining salsa. It’s ready to serve. Add it to tortillas and any toppings and roll it into burritos.

Crock Pot Spanish Rice

Ingredients:
1 pound(s) ground beef – browned
1 small onion, finely chopped
1 small green pepper, chopped
1 8 oz. Can tomato sauce
1 c water
1 tsp chili powder
1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
1/2 c long grain rice, uncooked
salt and pepper to taste

Directions:
Place all ingredients in crockpot. Stir thoroughly and be sure to watch the time and cook no more than 7-8 hours on low.

Crock Pot Vegetable Beef Soup

Ingredients:
1 pound(s) stew meat
1 can tomatoes
baby carrots
1 small onion
2 medium potatoes, cubed
1 stalk celery, chopped
1 package frozen, mixed vegetables
1 beef boullion cube
water

Directions:
Place all ingredients in crock pot, add water to barely cover. Stir thoroughly. Cover crockpot, and cook 10 – 12 hours.

Ruth asks…

Does anyone have any great campfire recipes for a Girl Scout troop to try this summer?

We have been camping together as a group for a number of years and the girls would like to try something new, any ideas?

Martin answers:

My favorite website for anything Girl Scouts is
www.scoutingweb.com

Good luck, and Happy Girl Scouting

Helen asks…

what are some good recipes for camping?

my family and i are going on our 5th cross country drive
this time were going to yellowstone from maryland and as u can imagine were gonna b on the road a looong time lol ,were a family of four, and we love meat and almost anything…other then my bro hes reeeeeaaaaalllllyy picky i mean like really really really picky
so if any of you out there have great, healthy, easy to make recipes please send me some!thanks

Martin answers:

On my last camping trip I made and froze a huge pot of chili two days before we went. I froze it in freezer bags, then put it in the food cooler with the ice. I didn’t use it until day three and it was still frozen! We used it on hot dogs, and had bowls of chili for lunch the next day. I also froze my chicken legs in their marinade, set them out a few hours before dinner to thaw. They were fantastic grilled over the fire. I cooked them using indirect heat, so the skin didn’t burn before the inside was cooked. Make a tuna or chicken salad and put it in a tupperware container in your cooler, take along some pitas for the bread. Enjoy your trip, it sounds like fun.

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