Campfire Cookin’!

Oct 7, 2020

It’s that time of year! Many of us have been soaking up the beautiful fall weather, and possibly digging out the camping gear and heading for the woods! I’ve enjoyed listening to the fun things my friends have been doing outdoors and it’s especially interesting to hear what they have been cooking! Yummy cobblers in Dutch ovens, stone soup suppers, flame kissed steaks, you name it! A new one to me this year has been cream can suppers. I had never heard of the like but sounds unique and delicious! We decided to do a little something different here on the signboard post this time. This post is open for comments! Do you have something fun you have tried over the fire this fall? Or a ole family favorite recipe? Share it with the rest of us! It would be great to hear what ya’ll have cookin’!

4 thoughts on “Campfire Cookin’!

  1. 2- 20 oz. Apple pie filling
    Bring to a boil.
    Top with one Grands cinnamon (pop can) rolls.
    Cover and bake for 12-15 minutes.
    Delicious!

  2. We have pie irons. And a fave of ours is “pizza pockets”.. lay a flour tortilla flat & put little bits of your fave pizza toppings on it.. we like pepperoni, fried sausage, sliced black olives, bell peppers, onions & cheese. Fold envelope style & butter outsides & put in pie iron over fire until toasted on both sides. Dip in pizza sauce & enjoy! 😋

  3. Pumpkin Yummy Dessert from Friends and Family cookbook is easy to bake in the Dutch oven.

  4. Campfire Cooking? Oh, that sounds yummy! But it takes me back 2000 years to when another ‘sister’ was doing campfire cooking. Damaris hadn’t looked forward to the great event for several days and poured over cookbooks to find the most satisfying recipes to try like I’d like to do. She used the Trial and Error Method. Probably the first time Damaris got the notion to roast a squirrel, not a hotdog, on a stick over the glowing embers, it quite literally fell off the bones and into the fire to be charred beyond recognition. Many moons later, when she was more experienced, she served a soup that showcased roasted chestnuts and cabbage to some barbarians, probably worrying if they would like it. Head over to the ad page right next to this and find our what our early forefathers just might have gone through as they fled to the Alps.
    Meaningful Books here I come!

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