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Old 07-25-2013, 08:27 PM   #11
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Here's the recipe I use for the breakfast casserole;

Breakfast Casserole Recipe

I leave off the mustard.

If you want to try some different ones (some use thinly sliced potatoes) just google "breakfast casserole recipe"

You could pre cook the meat...sausage/bacon....then add the other ingredients and cook it in a dutch oven over a low camp fire.

Edit: I also add finely chopped onions and/or bell peppers.
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Old 07-25-2013, 08:27 PM   #12
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Yes I have a 2 shelf propane smoker, we have the 3 burner stove and oven in Camper, I also have a 2 burner propane cooker and my buddy has a dutch oven.My buddy is making pulled pork in the smoker, my other buddy is making Spag.n meatballs, another is making steak and cheeses. I believ that's it as far as dinners go so I need something other then those 3 and I am digging the breakfast casserole idea.
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Old 07-25-2013, 08:30 PM   #13
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For a large crowd just double or triple the recipe.

I'm a Southern cook...I don't much stick to recipes. I just check out the main ingredients and go from there.
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Old 07-25-2013, 08:32 PM   #14
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Most things like chili, meatballs, mac and cheese could be prepared at home and frozen in foil pans to reheat over a fire no?
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Old 07-25-2013, 08:33 PM   #15
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I have had good responses from pre-cooked BBQ pulled pork from Sam's Club. It's already cooked and in an aluminum tray. You put these on a grill to defrost/heat them up. Peel back the foil and stir a time or two and that's all you have to do. Just serve with hamburger buns, chips, and maybe a big jar of pickle spears. It's real easy and they taste pretty good.

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We've never had this at the campground but often pick this up at Sam's and toss it in the freezer. It makes for a quick meal when you don't have time to cook and don't want carry out. Taste pretty good considering it's previously frozen.
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Old 07-25-2013, 09:30 PM   #16
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make 3 towers with chicken wire about 3" in diameter and 18" high. Fill with charcoal. Hang a large turkey between the charcoal towers. Add charcoal as needed and when turkey is fully cooked enjoy. We have cooked up to 25 turkeys at a time for scout camps using this method. Then all you have to do is make stovetop stuffing, potatoes and a veg. Another method to cook the turkey is to make a spit and cook turkey over a low fire in the fire ring. You could have all the children take turns turning the turkey.
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Old 07-25-2013, 09:45 PM   #17
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I am not sure how good the oven is in my camper, its a brand new rockwood but I have never used it. Thx for any help
I recommend trying out your oven before you go. We didn't used our oven very much the first year. Then this year we discovered that it would not heat above 350. Took it back under warranty, my service department replaced the thermostat and proclaimed it fixed. Apparently they don't test their fixes at my SD. Anyway long story short, I disconnected the gas lines from the manifold to the burner, blew it out and some trash flew out. It is fixed now.

Try it out, before you need it...

Back to the topic... KFC and Capt'n Crunch would be my menu...
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Old 07-25-2013, 10:08 PM   #18
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Here's my suggestion on breakfast...

Eggs to order
ham
fresh baked cinnamon rolls

One your outdoor propane stove cook eggs and ham to order. Bake cinnamon rolls in your oven. Rhodes makes awesome yeast rolls - they are sold in the freezer section. Put them out on pans the night before and bake in the morning.

Before you travel buy a boneless (precooked) ham and slice it up in nice breakfast sized slabs. Bag and freeze. Set on counter just before you go to bed to thaw.

Fry eggs to order and throw a slab of ham in the skillet to sizzle up - you only need to get it how.. They cook fast and eggs are cheap.

If you use disposable baking pans, you will only have to wash one frying pan. Easy
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pork shoulder, pork butt or beef brisket in a crockpot. When done, pull out, put in pan, shred using forks and add your favorite bbq sauce. We use sticky fingers carolina sweet. You can sevre on buns as pulled pork (or beef) sandwiches to stretch it farther. You can do one overnight and refrigerate during day (heat in oven covered with foil at 350). cook second one during day in crockpot. Serve with baked beans (cook in pan on stove) and coleslaw (store bought works great!).

Breakfast, I usually bring my waffle maker and serve Belgian waffles (lots of mixes out there). for a twist add blueberries to batter.
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Old 07-25-2013, 10:26 PM   #20
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good old hot dogs and hamburgers on grill?
Just saw the no electric post. Saw you have a smoker. You could smoke ribs, chicken etc. Do you have a turkey fryer? that could work too.

For your oven, double check pan sizes as one of my large pyrex pan fits but the Corning ware one has side handles a little longer and won't fit.
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