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post #1 of 61 (permalink) Old 10-02-2012, 06:38 PM Thread Starter
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Best meals!

With the planning in high gear for the seasons, got to wondering what are everyone's favorite camp meals after a long day out in the field?
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post #2 of 61 (permalink) Old 10-02-2012, 07:14 PM
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Re: Best meals!

Anything taste good,but I like chili and it keeps you warm at night.

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Nothing better than a big pot of Spaghetti or any kind of pasta with deer burger...The carbs are also good for energy to keep you going!
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Re: Best meals!

Honestly, the best meals I cooked by myself. I avoided cooking at Hunting camps. Most hunters knew about burning water in a cooking pot.
Besides I got taught at home by a professional chef.

I never wanted to give up any hunting for the position of hunt camp, Cookie.

I remember cooking in a park, and a lone hunter came by and said,"That's not what I think it is."

From his look on his lone face, I didn't have the heart to tell him it was a salisbury steak.(an old joke I previously had used with non cooks)

"I'm old. It's a small filet mignon. I'm rewarding myself."

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I can cook anything.... As long as it does not have more than two ingredients and one must be water.

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Re: Best meals!

We eat very well at our camp. Surprisingly well actually. Always a large meal where everyone sits around the table for. It's a real nice time after a long day of hunting. It's hard to pick a favorite but for some reason Turkey Breast, gravy, Stuffing, Cranberries, Sweet Potato and fresh biscuits always brings a smile to my face.
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I will pretty much anything and 100 pounds of it!! Wait a minute, that was 7 months ago. I have lost 88 pounds on weight watchers so now I am really a tame eater at camp unfortunately

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Liver and onions, boiled potatoe with hot bacon dressing, Brussels sprouts, and Lima beans!

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my own stuffed cabbage, mashed potatoes and butter beans. easy to do in the crockpot and very filling and tasty.

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Crock pot venison roast with onions,potatos and carrots,hot biscuits/gravy. Now,whats for dessert?

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