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Old 11-27-2017, 08:33 PM
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I'm looking to purchase a cookbook that is dedicated to camping. I'm looking for something that people actually enjoy and use. We cook over a grate and in cast iron, always over the camp fire.what do y'all use or recommend?
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Old 11-28-2017, 06:32 PM
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There is some techniques on YouTube. We do a variety. We use pie irons in the fire for pies , sandwiches and biscuits. We use a Weber grill for grilling and smoking. We use kabob sticks for vegetables and seafood. Also we do foil packs for meals. We never use a cookbook. We just make it up and experiment.
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If it ain't fried or smoked, then it ain't fit to eat.
You had me at " I can make homemade biscuits "
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We do as 3ringer as well. I'm not sure there is a book with all that. Maybe a Boy Scout cookbook. I also use our Dutch Oven with the legs and charcoal on the lid. The pie irons are fun. You can get pretty creative with those things.
Grilling is pretty straight forward. We also do a good bit of tinfoil cooking. Hamburgers, potatoes, onion, and carrots. Chicken, potatoes, onion, and broccoli.

Not a particular cookbook that I use but here is some in pdf format;





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Old 11-28-2017, 08:25 PM
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You may have to assemble your own book. There are recipes from the GON forum assembled in a pdf. format.


Here are some tin foil cooking recipes. You can cook them on the fire pit grill or directly in the coals.


Just looking at these made me hungry. Grilled Poutine looks yummy;

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