A camping recipe from David. This recipe is one of my concoctions. I like to take food I've got in the house and come up with a dish. This turned out so good that I thought I'd share it with you.
Beef Barley Soup
A camping recipe from David. This hearty soup can be ready in 30 minutes.
Beef Noodle Soup
A camping recipe from David. This hearty soup can be ready to serve in about 45 minutes.
A camping recipe from David. A simple and delicious soup that requires less than an hour of cooking time.
A camping recipe from David. During this time of year a bowl of hot soup can taste pretty good. I like to cook different kinds of soup, and at home I like to let my soups cook for a few hours to give the flavors a chance to mingle. That's not always feasible at the campground. This simple soup requires only about an hour of cooking time.
Corn Beef Vegetable Stew
A camping recipe from Lou Ann. You can add as much vegetables and cabbage and even add another can of corn beef per your taste and quantities you want to make. You can use Natural Seasoning, Dash, or pepper, celery seed, salt, garlic and anything else you want to season with. I use Natural Seasoning, because it has most of the seasonings in it. Play with it.
A camping recipe from Hook. I have made this many times on our camping trips and we really enjoy it.
Ground Venison Chili
A camping recipe from Larry Reed. This is an excellent recipe for anyone who is on a salt restricted diet, but it is tasty enough that everybody will enjoy it. You will not miss the salt.
A camping recipe from David. This is almost how my mom made chili when I was growing up. The only difference with this recipe is that I can no longer get Frank's Chili Powder, which used cinnamon, so I add some to the pot along with my chili powder. This recipe can be ready to eat in an hour, but its better if you can let it simmer for a couple.
A camping recipe from Brian. Everyone seems to love it. During cool weather, even more so.
A camping recipe from Marilyn. I make this ahead and freeze it in a Ziploc bag and just warm it when it thaws. I keep all my frozen meals together in a cooler and warm the ones that thaw first.