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Old 08-19-2013, 03:37 PM   #15
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There's my special breakfast...
Starts with Italian spicy ground sausage.
Add a couple packages of pork gravy mix.
Then a nice layer of grated cheese.
Top that with either eggbeaters or whipped eggs.
A few biscuits from the tube.
Cook until the eggs are done
Serve all that under each biscuit.

No lunch will be needed.
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If you really want to be the talk of the camp grounds get a Kamado Kooker (Green Egg) and do a pork shoulder. Low and slow will take about 15 hours to cook but you will know everybody at the camp grounds. I do not have the mini one (cooker) but waiting on a good deal. Seems the price has went up since I bought the big one for the house.
Little Red Kamado Grill at Menards
I have friends who have one of those and love it. I'm not big on outdoor cooking when I'm not camping. (And no thanks to pork shoulder.) Though the little one might be fun to have around someday.
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There's my special breakfast...
Starts with Italian spicy ground sausage.
Add a couple packages of pork gravy mix.
Then a nice layer of grated cheese.
Top that with either eggbeaters or whipped eggs.
A few biscuits from the tube.
Cook until the eggs are done
Serve all that under each biscuit.

No lunch will be needed.
Does the cardiologist join you for breakfast, or come by later? (Or are the eggbeaters enough to ward him off?)
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Old 08-19-2013, 04:33 PM   #18
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Does the cardiologist join you for breakfast, or come by later? (Or are the eggbeaters enough to ward him off?)
That's a once every 5 years meal. Like I said no lunch needed.
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Old 08-21-2013, 09:14 PM   #19
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Do a Google search here on FiberglassRV for anything DO shared by "Lori Sanders" She's the (award winning) Queen of DO cooking (and Mike) at All Molded Towable gatherings

I've felt honored to join in several workshops that Lori and Mike have given at egg gatherings...

Also, Linda Renk offered this.. cool beans!

Linda&Dale's Dutch Oven Workshop
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Peach cobbler: 1 cake mix, I use spice, 1 can peaches, drained (use juice in cake mix), line Dutch oven with aluminum foil, pour in drained peaches, pour in cake mix. Put on lid. Put Dutch oven on about 8 red hot briquets, place 6-8 red hot briquets on lid. Bake for about 30 minutes. After about 10 minutes, look inside very quickly, will give you a good idea about how much longer to cook. Yum, Yum!!!!!!!!!! Marg in NW California
I use basically the same recipe for pineapple upside-down cake. But use white, yellow or angel food cake mix and mix with large can of crushed pineapple with the jusice. Then put stick of butter and 1/4-1/2 c brown sugar (depending on how sweet you like it and the size of your DO) in the bottom of the DO; after it carmalizes a bit, put a small can of sliced pineapple over the brown sugar, add the cake batter and cook for about 30-40 min. I like to use a large zip log bag to mix the batter. Saves cleaning a bowl. Also line the DO with foil for an easy clean up.
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