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Old 02-19-2009, 02:56 PM   #41
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I mean think about it, you have sausage and scrambled eggs for breakfast one day, cook extra. Throw that plus some cheese in one of these deals the next morning and you have a whole new breakfast the next morning, maybe a little salsa too...

You have left over veggies and some ham or some kind of lunch meat that you need to use...Yep good dinner pie

A good pot pie would be a couple slices of meat, a dab of cream cheese and some veggies with a bit of canned soup of some sort (cream of celery) and you got you a single serving pot pie!

For those of you that already have one of these, it sounds like the possibilities are endless!
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Old 02-19-2009, 03:43 PM   #42
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I learned from my dad; If you just wait long enough.... what is old..... will allways become NEW again.

You folk made me hungry.... and I never even liked pot pie LOL
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Old 02-19-2009, 06:32 PM   #43
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We bought two of these single pie makers from Joe's. I also bought some brownie mix and thought I would try it next time we go camping. It sounds like all I need to do is spray the irons after heating them, as about 1/2 cup of brownie mix and hold over the fire for about five to seven minutes per side. Is that about right? Has anyone tried this?
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Old 02-19-2009, 07:26 PM   #44
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We don't have these pie irons but I searched the web and now I'm getting interested. YUM!


http://www.pieiron.com/recipes.htm

http://www.greatcamps.com/pie-iron-dinners...s-contest-7.htm
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We bought two of these single pie makers from Joe's. I also bought some brownie mix and thought I would try it next time we go camping.
oooh I see desserts in the making at the NOG! Remember, dark chocolate anything goes with dark beer
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Old 02-21-2009, 12:45 PM   #46
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Great idea. Dark beer and brownies.

Both of these recipes sound like they would be good with beer. We bought our pie irons from Joes for about 7 dollars each. Not much for the fun we will have trying out new recipes.

Grilled Onions
Place thinly sliced sweet Spanish onions (or Vidalia onions) into cooker cavity. Add a little celery, salt, parsley and a splash of beer. Close cooker and grill until onions are soft.

Rocky Road Treat
Spread peanut butter on 2 slices of bread. Add one large marshmallow and one chocolate bar square between buttered bread slices/ Toast in cooker until bread is golden brown.

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Also don't use alum type irons.
Why not? That's what I have!
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Alzheimer's concerns most likely. It is almost impossible to find aluminum pots and pans for the same reason. Plus, cast iron gives more minerals and has been shown to be a healthy choice.
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Cabela's also have them:

http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/template...rset=ISO-8859-1
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Old 03-04-2009, 11:22 AM   #50
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Those are exactly the ones we got from Joe's but for 6.99 not 17.99
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Butter two slices cinnamon swirl bread on one side. Place one slice, butter side down on one half pie iron, put in a couple dabs of cream cheese, top with a little apple pie filling, sprinkle with cinnamon sugar (optional), place other slice of bread on top with butter side up, close pie iron. A truly yummy apple cream pie. You can sprinkle top with a little extra cinnamon sugar if you really want to kick it up some.

Also good with a few raisins or chopped nuts sprinkled on top apple pie filling. Terry R.
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Wait, wait, What is this "Joe's" you mention? I just saw a pile of old pie irons at a second hand store. If only I'd seen these recipes first!
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Wait, wait, What is this "Joe's" you mention?
Denece, Joe's (G.I. Joe's) was a west coast rv/campiing superstore that went out of business a couple of years back. It's been kinda replaced in this area with Cabela's and Dick's. Doesn't matter tho, Pie Irons are fun and add to the camping experience especially if there are children involved!
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Alzheimer's concerns most likely. It is almost impossible to find aluminum pots and pans for the same reason. Plus, cast iron gives more minerals and has been shown to be a healthy choice.
What reason?...You mean you forget where you left them?
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I've always read there is no danger from aluminum unless you are cooking an acid type food that leaches into the food, such as a tomato based food in contact with the metal.
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there is an entire website devoted to recipes for these. called pie irons. do a websearch.

we also use a waffle iron thats basicly the same thing. nothing better then a fresh pot of camp coffe and making a coulpe waffles over the campfire.
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