The other night I went out to dinner with my Aunt and Uncle. Over the years I have hiked and snowshoed with them all over the Northeast. And when we go on our trips my Uncle Wayne brings the best food. It could be because we are totally wiped out by the end of the day and anything tastes go at that point but I do know that I like it. The food may not be prepared on fancy pots and pans like those of berndes cookware but we get by. On one trip through the woods in the winter we even had salad. Salad in the winter after hiking all day. Yep we did it. And it didn’t freeze and go mushy or anything. I am looking forward to taking the little one out into the woods for gourmet food in bags.

Anybody have a favorite camping recipe?

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2 Responses to “Cooking in the wild”

  1. ana says:

    Here’s one camping recipe you can try.

    Farmer Sausage Foil Lunch

    Recipe Ingredients:

    * (per serving)
    * 1 – 4″ long section of farmer’s sausage
    * 1/4 onion
    * small piece of mozzarella cheese
    * small potato
    * foil

    Cooking instructions:
    Slice lengthwise down the sausage. stuff with sliced onion and chunk of mozza cheese. Layer shredded potato on foil (big enough to envelope sausage and potato). Place sausage in middle and wrap together. Wrap this foil package with another foil, but have the seam on opposite side. This prevents any leakage. Place in hot coals of a “dying down” fire for 1/2 hour.

  2. BenSpark says:

    Thanks Ana, that sounds delicious

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