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Old 07-25-2016, 12:52 PM   #11
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I have made Corned Beef and Cabbage
also pineapple upside down cake
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Old 07-25-2016, 01:10 PM   #12
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we did some crab cakes in the oven last year or 2 maybe time flies

geeze getting hungry now
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Old 07-25-2016, 01:12 PM   #13
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DH loves to cook a boudin stuffed pork loin wrapped with bacon and it's always a bit hit. He used to cook it outside on the grill...now uses a small smoker he got from Sams. The platter is took big for the pork loin but our other plates were too small!
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It's not the prep, or the cooking, it's the clean-up.

Come on! Yes the prep can be a challenge in the confined space. And the baking/grilling, sautéing and so on can also be a PIA. But, seriously, it's the clean-up after a fancy meal that brings us to our knees. Especially when there is grease or large pans and grills involved.

I'm a fan of the portable grill, small crockpot, or electric griddle-skillet that can be set out on the picnic table so we can keep the odors, steam, and grease out of the unit.
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Old 07-25-2016, 01:26 PM   #15
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Come on! Yes the prep can be a challenge in the confined space. And the baking/grilling, sautéing and so on can also be a PIA. But, seriously, it's the clean-up after a fancy meal that brings us to our knees. Especially when there is grease or large pans and grills involved.

I'm a fan of the portable grill, small crockpot, or electric griddle-skillet that can be set out on the picnic table so we can keep the odors, steam, and grease out of the unit.
Watch using the grill on the picnic tables as many campgrounds actually have rules against it and they frequently singe the tables. We use a stand for our small weberQ. For cleanup, it hasn't been too bad as I try to have some stuff prepped in advance.
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Old 07-25-2016, 01:50 PM   #18
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I cook everything outside. I have an outside kitchen with a grill that attaches to the bumper. I have never used the stove or oven on the inside. We normally will cook the normal hotdogs, hamburgers, steak, eggs, bacon and sausage. We also fix a couple chickens over the fire pit with a rotisserie that I built and fix a pork loin for BBQ. I plan on trying some new items using a Dutch oven but I have not tried it yet.


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DH loves to cook a boudin stuffed pork loin wrapped with bacon and it's always a bit hit. He used to cook it outside on the grill...now uses a small smoker he got from Sams. The platter is took big for the pork loin but our other plates were too small!
Ive made that several times at home, using venison backstrap or pork loin. Made it last year on a group campout and everyone loved it!
I originally got the recipe for it from a bowhunting forum I'm a member of.

Two weeks ago, on a group camp out, I made Crawfish and Grits (one of our group was allergic to shrimp), Redfish ceveche, Mediterranean roasted chicken with olives and dates, and a fruit cocktail with pecans that was drizzled with a mix of honey/agave nectar.
That was a great meal, and everyone was stuffed!!!
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