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Stickjiggler

Camp fire cooking

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I got a dutch oven and a tripod with adjustable chain, you can do any kind of meal in it over a open fire. Fron frying chicken to stew, to baking bread. It just takes a little watching. I knew a camper who always made soup, he used a surge milker pail with a tripod and made enough soup for most of the campers in the park. He made excellent soup with that surge milker bucket. You can buy those pie makers that are about 4 ins. sq. and put in one slice of bread buttered on the pan side, then either a few slices of canned peaches or apples or pears, then another slice of bread, butter the out side. Hook the otherside of the pie maker to the first side and cook it over a open fire. You can make piza the same way.

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There is not a too many things better than hot dogs or polish sausage held on stick and cooked on an open fire. And if fire pit has a grill we cook steaks over the hot coals too. And of course smores.

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We do fish all the time in tin foil and we do tin foil dinners, aka hobo dinners too. Wrap meat, veggies and seasoning in the foil. Double wrap and place on hot bed of coals. Cooks 10-20minutes depending on how much meat, temp of coals and if you use potatoes and carrots they take longer. We do the fish the same way. It gets broiled in natural juices. Its the cleanest way to cook fish.

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