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Old 03-23-2016, 06:32 PM   #1
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What did you make?

We are heading out tomorrow for our first trip of the year and only our third trip ever since we got Rocky last fall. I love to cook and look forward to using the grill, the stove and the oven this weekend. I would love to hear from others who enjoy cooking too. What did you make? How was it? Will you make it again?
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Old 03-26-2016, 06:36 PM   #2
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We will be heading out next week for 9 days. On our list is venison chops on the grill. (Marinaded for 24 hours in olive oil and mccormicks grilled seasoning.) also going to make a Mississippi pot roast in the crock pot for dinner one night. (Beef roast, hidden valley ranch packet, one stick of butter and a jar of pepperchinies). Cook for 8 hours. Will probably also grill some sliced potatoes with butter and seasonings wrapped in tin foil. Aside from those probably just the usual burgers on the grill and cheese brats. Hope that helps give you some ideas.


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Old 03-26-2016, 07:01 PM   #3
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Beef Shish Kabobs, grilled corn on the cob.

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We grilled chicken breasts marinated in lime juice and lots of black pepper and some peppers and onions also grilled. A peach cobbler dump cake for dessert. This morning was eggs,sausage and biscuits. Next time I'll remember to take pictures from
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Smoked 2 racks of ribs last night and this morning sausage and biscuits on the pellet grill.
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DW puts ground hamburger, sliced potatoes, carrots, onions, seasoning, and butter in foil and I cook them over the fire they are delicious, can't remember what you call them, but very easy dinner.
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I love seafood and this is quick and easy.
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We will be heading out next week for 9 days. On our list is venison chops on the grill. (Marinaded for 24 hours in olive oil and mccormicks grilled seasoning.) also going to make a Mississippi pot roast in the crock pot for dinner one night. (Beef roast, hidden valley ranch packet, one stick of butter and a jar of pepperchinies). Cook for 8 hours. Will probably also grill some sliced potatoes with butter and seasonings wrapped in tin foil. Aside from those probably just the usual burgers on the grill and cheese brats. Hope that helps give you some ideas.


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I tried this last weekend and darned if it wasn't the best roast I ever had...thanks for the recipe
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Old 04-06-2016, 06:52 PM   #9
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I don't have a crock pot in the TT yet. I'm beginning to think I need to add one. Love it at home.
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I don't have a crock pot in the TT yet. I'm beginning to think I need to add one. Love it at home.
A crock pot meal is quick and easy to prepare. Cook it all day and when you return to the campsite after a day of recreation you will enjoy a good meal without a lot of effort. Soups, chili, stews, baked potatoes, and any number of things can be cooked for your enjoyment.
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