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    okay.. till they get around to making this its own catagory. why dont we start posting recipes. they can be camp recipes to gourmet. or a mix of both and anything in between.

    box mixes you like to add too are acceptable too. since some might stock those things and want to know ways to make them taste better or different.

    they can even be spice, marinade and sauce recipes.

    for Ramen suggestions check out this thread.

    http://www.survivalmagazine.org/surv...-So-we-like-em
    Last edited by TennOutdoors; 06-09-2011, 03:45 PM.

  • #2
    my Pico De Gallo sauce

    a 14 oz can of whole tomato's. I prefer fresh most times.

    1/4 of a cup yellow onion diced.

    2 table spoons of minced cilantro. if its fresh use less. a little cilantro goes a long way.

    one or more Jalapenos, diced. if your not a fan of really hot remove seeds before dicing.

    2 teaspoons of Lime juice.

    1 clove garlic minced

    1/4 teaspoon salt

    mix in bowl, then chill in fridge.

    if you like it really hot use Serrano or Habanero peppers.


    its great on Fajita's, salads, some bean dishes. in short all kinds of things.

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    • #3
      Off hand, the first recipe that I want to share is my "salsa" recipe. I have made many different kinds of salsas over the years, but this one gets the best reviews! Its super easy, and usually I have atons of these items around the house!

      3 cans Rotel Original Diced Tomatoes with Green Chilis
      1 can generic tomato sauce
      fresh cut cilantro,(to your taste) or if need be (Ive used and isnt quite as good,dried cilantro)
      half of a big red onion diced
      Mix and put in fridge. Lets the cilantro and onion get really strong!
      Its a cheap and easy recipe, we eat it with scoops, or tortillas, or even in an egg bake for breakfast!
      If the zombies chase us, Im tripping you!!!

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      • #4
        A great change from everyday meat loaf...

        Greek meat loaf....basically the stuff that goes in a gyro....with sauce.

        * 1 egg, beaten
        * 6 to 7 garlic cloves, minced
        * 3 tablespoons dried oregano
        * 1 +/- teaspoons salt (to taste)
        * 1 teaspoon fresh ground pepper
        * 1 pound ground lamb
        * 1 pound ground beef
        *

        TZATZIKI SAUCE:
        * 1 cup (8 ounces) plain yogurt
        * 1 medium cucumber, peeled and chopped (may want to de-seed)
        * 2 tablespoons lemon juice
        * 2 garlic cloves, minced
        * 1/2 teaspoon salt
        * 1/4 teaspoon pepper
        * 3 tablespoons olive oil, divided
        * I either add onion....or have it in salad

        Directions

        * In a large bowl, combine the egg, garlic, oregano, kosher salt and pepper. Crumble lamb and beef over mixture; mix well.
        * Pat into an ungreased 9-in. x 5-in. loaf pan. Bake, uncovered, at 350° for 60-70 minutes or until no pink remains and a meat thermometer reads 160°. Cool completely on a wire rack. Refrigerate for 1-2 hours.
        * For sauce, in a small bowl, combine the yogurt, cucumber, lemon juice, garlic, salt and pepper. Cover and refrigerate until serving.

        We like to make the meat loaf ahead of time....and slice into about 3/8" slices....get a pan HOT....and sear it to warm.

        Couple slices of it....the sauce over it or to the side.....and a good salad.....pita bread wedges on the side.

        or slice the pitas in 1/2 and stuff it with the salad and meat....top with or dip in sauce.

        I have made four at a time and had one for dinner and snacks......sliced and froze the others in meal size portions....makes great sandwiches topped with cream cheese and dill spread.
        Live like you'll die tomorrow, learn like you'll live forever.

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        • #5
          White pizza....

          crust of your choice....par bake if needed...

          cover with ricotta cheese....

          sprinkle with diced onion.....

          slice longways Roma tomatoes....put slices on in one slice per slice of pizza...minimum...

          I like to cut the flower heads off of broccoli and sprinkle over top....

          ham or bacon as desired....

          mozzarella cheese slices or shredded....whichever you like.....bake 10 mins or until cheese starts to brown....

          enjoy

          if you want....you can add a bit of oregano....basil....sometimes we add spinach.
          Live like you'll die tomorrow, learn like you'll live forever.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Echo2 View Post
            White pizza....

            crust of your choice....par bake if needed...

            cover with ricotta cheese....

            sprinkle with diced onion.....

            slice longways Roma tomatoes....put slices on in one slice per slice of pizza...minimum...

            I like to cut the flower heads off of broccoli and sprinkle over top....

            ham or bacon as desired....

            mozzarella cheese slices or shredded....whichever you like.....bake 10 mins or until cheese starts to brown....

            enjoy

            if you want....you can add a bit of oregano....basil....sometimes we add spinach.
            Pizza sounds great! Hey, Echo, can you elaborate for me the omlelet in baggies recipe for the scout, ya'll make? Guess who brought it up at the last Brownie meeting, and gets to make it for the camping trip coming up????? Yep, this gal right here.. Its a good way for the girls to get "hands on" and they can be creative and such.. THANKS!!
            If the zombies chase us, Im tripping you!!!

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            • #7
              Mmm omelets... I have to be careful when making them.. I end up with these huge five pound Omelets that no one can completely eat.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by maric View Post
                Pizza sounds great! Hey, Echo, can you elaborate for me the omlelet in baggies recipe for the scout, ya'll make? Guess who brought it up at the last Brownie meeting, and gets to make it for the camping trip coming up????? Yep, this gal right here.. Its a good way for the girls to get "hands on" and they can be creative and such.. THANKS!!
                I chop the veggies and bag them seperate baggies...onion, green pepper, mushrooms,...etc

                I pre-cook the meats....bacon, sausage, smoked sausages,...etc

                I grate the cheese and have it in bags also....cheddar, monterey jack, provolone,....etc

                I have a tupperware container that I put all the beaten eggs in...it pours easily into a measuring cup.

                Set it all up in a assembly line kinda thing....at the beginning....have them get a pre-numbered sealable bag....tell them to remember their number.

                Spoons in all the bags on the line...they put what they want....one spoonful per person...an adult leader should monitor this....my scouts will kill bacon....QUICKLY...

                End of the line...have them hold the bag and the "egg person" measures out the asked for amount....1, 2, or 3 eggs worth.( more eggs....longer cook time)

                Another adult leader takes the bag....seals it....reminds them of the #....drops into big pot of boiling water.

                Now here's the method I use....I use a "turkey fryer" burner....and a large water bath canner to cook these things in....we put up caution tape around the cook station as to keep the kids out of the area.

                Your cooking time will vary due to the area you are in...elevation...how many...whatever....have a long pair of tongs to pull the bags....check frequently after 6 to 7 minutes.

                They can eat right out of the bag or use their mess kit...our kids opt for the bag (it will be HOT)....so they don't have to clean their dishes. ( we do encourage our kids to have full mess kits...this is done by keeping on hand the flimsiest, thinnest paper plates for those who forget their mess kit.)

                The water used for cooking them in...doubles for cleanup...:)...already hot.

                Hope this helps....Echo2
                Live like you'll die tomorrow, learn like you'll live forever.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Echo2 View Post
                  I chop the veggies and bag them seperate baggies...onion, green pepper, mushrooms,...etc

                  I pre-cook the meats....bacon, sausage, smoked sausages,...etc

                  I grate the cheese and have it in bags also....cheddar, monterey jack, provolone,....etc

                  I have a tupperware container that I put all the beaten eggs in...it pours easily into a measuring cup.

                  Set it all up in a assembly line kinda thing....at the beginning....have them get a pre-numbered sealable bag....tell them to remember their number.

                  Spoons in all the bags on the line...they put what they want....one spoonful per person...an adult leader should monitor this....my scouts will kill bacon....QUICKLY...

                  End of the line...have them hold the bag and the "egg person" measures out the asked for amount....1, 2, or 3 eggs worth.( more eggs....longer cook time)

                  Another adult leader takes the bag....seals it....reminds them of the #....drops into big pot of boiling water.

                  Now here's the method I use....I use a "turkey fryer" burner....and a large water bath canner to cook these things in....we put up caution tape around the cook station as to keep the kids out of the area.

                  Your cooking time will vary due to the area you are in...elevation...how many...whatever....have a long pair of tongs to pull the bags....check frequently after 6 to 7 minutes.

                  They can eat right out of the bag or use their mess kit...our kids opt for the bag (it will be HOT)....so they don't have to clean their dishes. ( we do encourage our kids to have full mess kits...this is done by keeping on hand the flimsiest, thinnest paper plates for those who forget their mess kit.)

                  The water used for cooking them in...doubles for cleanup...:)...already hot.

                  Hope this helps....Echo2
                  Um, heck yeah it helps!! I would have never thought to number the bags! That will save my behind!!!! Great description!! Ill let you know how it goes. They are going in a few weeks.. I NEVER opt to do breakfast.. Im more about dinner, but I guess Ill try it, sounds awesome! I love how you use the cook water for clean up! I was just saying how I wish all the girls had mess kits.. Im going to try to figure something out for this. We have an old "coin shop" in town, that sells lots of stuff used from the military, he may cut us a deal.. These are all first year Brownies.. :) Thanks Echo.. !!!!!
                  If the zombies chase us, Im tripping you!!!

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                  • #10
                    Why is it the boys always kill bacon the fastest?? lol
                    If the zombies chase us, Im tripping you!!!

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by maric View Post
                      Um, heck yeah it helps!! I would have never thought to number the bags! That will save my behind!!!! Great description!! Ill let you know how it goes. They are going in a few weeks.. I NEVER opt to do breakfast.. Im more about dinner, but I guess Ill try it, sounds awesome! I love how you use the cook water for clean up! I was just saying how I wish all the girls had mess kits.. Im going to try to figure something out for this. We have an old "coin shop" in town, that sells lots of stuff used from the military, he may cut us a deal.. These are all first year Brownies.. :) Thanks Echo.. !!!!!
                      I'm not sure how Brownies work...but the local church is our charter organization...I always put bug in their ear about things the boys need.....and magically....it just appears....most the time...:)

                      Our Cubs and Boyscouts....have never missed a camp due to lack of funds....They are very supportive of our pack.

                      At any dinner function....we attend in uniform....and help with drinks....helping the older folks with plates....clean up...set up and break down....and the congeration seem to be very responsive to us.

                      The church folks are mostly from a old farm community....they like to see kids outside.

                      It helps that they all have watched me grow up...I could never get away with anything growing up.....everyone knew me and my folks....

                      Such is life....you might try calling the local BSA troop....a lot of times they have more than they can use.

                      Good luck....looking forward to the AAR (after action report)
                      Live like you'll die tomorrow, learn like you'll live forever.

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                      • #12
                        Good places to start looking! I will for sure fill you in!!! Thank you, very much!!
                        If the zombies chase us, Im tripping you!!!

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by maric View Post
                          Why is it the boys always kill bacon the fastest?? lol
                          cause Bacon is man food. its genetic. LOL

                          Maric, you might want to look into whether there is a DRMO near you. the last time I was in one, Messkits were a buck apiece. might be able to find all sorts of gear for your troop for pennys on the dollar that way.

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                          • #14
                            Bannock Bread...mix this up ahead of time.

                            2 cups flour
                            1 tsp baking soda
                            1 Tbsp baking powder
                            2/3 cup sugar
                            1/2 tsp salt
                            1/4 cup brown sugar
                            1 tsp ground cinnamon

                            Mix together, divide in half and store in air tight containers/bags

                            When ready to make, add 1/3 cup of water to mix and let set for 5-10 min. Over low heat add butter or oil to pan and fry the dough 5-10 min. per side.

                            A mess kit pan works great!

                            You can always add raisens and such.

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                            • #15
                              thanks folks. I made up a few bags of your Recipe Snow Walker. Im working on writing up one of my chicken dishes and one of my steak dishes LOL. harder to write a recipe than I thought. a dash of this and a touch of that doesnt work real well in writing. LOL

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