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Thread: Open fire dinner sides?

  1. #11
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    Re: Open fire dinner sides?

    Boil-in-bag veggies or rice or taters are an option too
    No fuss or spillage, water is ready for cleanup
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  2. #12
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    Re: Open fire dinner sides?

    KBC. Also if I may add : Quarter up red onion and a melody of coloured peppers ,mushrooms , zucchini . Shake or two of your favourite spice we like the Kirkland Organic No Salt Seasoning .
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    Quote Originally Posted by KBC View Post
    Red peppers cut into quarters, guts removed and tossed in some olive oil and spices.
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  3. #13
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    Re: Open fire dinner sides?

    It may not be a “fire” cooked dinner but my go to easy camp dinner is Sausauges with a pack of uncle bens and stag chili all mixed up.


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  4. #14
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    Re: Open fire dinner sides?

    I ended up doing box chicken wings one night with those little potato company packs that come in a tin and bag salad
    Pork steak with same potatoes and bag salad
    beef steaks, foil wrapped potatoes with the trimming, bag salad
    smokies And hamburgers with a side of salt and pepper walleye.

  5. #15
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    Re: Open fire dinner sides?

    Get a cast iron pan, your options will open up drastically. I know it's not what you really want to do, but...

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    Re: Open fire dinner sides?

    Quote Originally Posted by warnniklz View Post
    Get a cast iron pan, your options will open up drastically. I know it's not what you really want to do, but...
    I don’t bring a lot of stuff with me so that’s kind of where I draw the line. I have a foreman 500 and a 5 foot tub trailer to pack enough stuff for 5 people. The weight is the killer and drinking water is probably the worst thing I bring. I pump water from the lake for cooking, but drink bottles water.

    This is a bit of a game changer though. The kids picked me up this Kelly kettle and hobo stove for Father’s Day this year. We cooked bacon, sausage and those preformed potato patties on the hobo stove and made coffee and noodles with the kettle part. I should’ve brought some onions and stuff to sautť with potatoes. Next time I guess.


  7. #17
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    Re: Open fire dinner sides?

    I love corn in the husk, just soaked in water and straight on the coals.

    But I think I am going to get one of those fire dutch ovens, it's time to eat something with a spoon while out hunting.
    Brunswick stew, or chilli, wax beans, goulash etc.
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