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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 10-31-2012, 01:15 AM Thread Starter
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It's only 3 weeks away!
Breakfasts
Bacon and eggs, scrapple, fried potatoes, toast
Buckwheat cakes and sausage. In an alternating schedule

Dinners
Chili with cornbread
Hamburg BBQ
Vegetable venison soup
Meatball sandwiches
Hotdogs and sauerkraut (leftover pork and sauerkraut, add hotdogs)
Suppers
Venison roast
Mashed potatoes gravy
Succotash
Fresh baked bread

Baked whole trout with herbs and lemon
Rice pilaf
Stewed tomatoes
Corn

Pork and sauerkraut
Mashed potatoes
Candied carrots

Ham loaf
Boiled potatoes with hot bacon dressing
Brussels sprout
Green beans

Spaghetti and meatballs
Green beans

All meals have fresh bread, pickled beets and eggs available, all deserts are up to hunters attending. Beer on tap, bologna and cheese, with mustard dip after supper!

Anybody can shoot deer on the farm ground....You earn it in the mountains.......
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 10-31-2012, 10:29 AM
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Re: Bear Camp Menus

I wanna come to your bear camp. You guys eat like kings! We eat crockpot chili for four days.

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Sunday I'll be making venison stew in the dutch oven and frying some crappie.

I don't have ducks. I don't have rows. I have squirrels. And they're drunk.
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Sunday I'll be making venison stew in the dutch oven and frying some crappie.
just dont drink the coffee if you are attending

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You don't believe in using "organic" filters?

I don't have ducks. I don't have rows. I have squirrels. And they're drunk.
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You must have a guy at the camp that doesnt hunt and just stays there and cooks because there is no way after a full day of hunting anybody could come back to camp and prepare meals like that. Sometimes Im so beat after a days bear hunt when I hit the couch and dinners ready I dont even wanna get up to eat let alone cook.
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post #7 of 12 (permalink) Old 10-31-2012, 05:49 PM Thread Starter
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Nope, I'm out hunting, always a driver. I have some help during the day, always a couple older guys to peel potatoes, heat up the soups, etc....feed the fires. I always have it all setup and ready ahead. Usually after breakfast. I'll put together the roast or meatloaf. The soups chili hamburg BBQ etc.. I make ahead and just warm up, better second time with that stuff anyway.

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Saturday Evening will be Potluck and beer sittin out at the fire re hashing the days events. Sunday we will be cooking a turkey with all the fixins. All the days after we make a stew in a big old pot and keep it simmering so when you come in you can get a nice hot bowl. Spend more time hunting than cooking after Sunday. Used to have a big cookout every year on Saturday when it opened on Monday.

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i am like forest county....after i get back from bear camp i might pass out before someone else is done cooking...let alone actually cooking...

i dog it every day all day unless i twist or pull something etc...a normal day is around 10 miles..my group believes they will get a bear to go 1-2 miles between roads..i know it wont happen unless one gets jumped REAL close to the sitters so i dog it and hope i can jump one or catch one sneaking out..which ive done twice now..just couldnt get him killed either time yet...


but ya...my bear camp is fend for yourself...i grab a sandwich or hope someone cooks for everyone..i will eat a couple sandwiches through the day while hunting...come back, bring in wood, get gear ready for the next day etc..shower, and i am about done for the day...

weekend and deer camp is a different story...i love cooking and eating well at camp....
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Just got a call from one of my bear camp members. He just picked up an entire pig (a little guy) to cook over the fire pit on Sunday. This should be interesting to see. We always have the smoker grill cooking something each day (Chickens, ribs, meat loafs, pork shoulders for pulled pork). Pork seems to show up on the table at every meal. We still have some bear meat left over from last years successful hunt. Probably a stew or a chili using that one day.

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