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Oakman 01-24-2008 08:11 PM

Dessert for Powerboatr
Dessert? Go to the store and buy a Mrs. Smithís frozen Apple Pie. Bake according to directions. While itís baking make the following:


1 qt. vanilla ice cream
1 tbsp. sugar
2 tsp. ground cinnamon

Set the ice cream out to soften. Combine sugar and cinnamon. Stir into softened ice cream. Refreeze. Serve with the Apple Pie.

Donít get to filled up on this dessert because later, sitting around the campfire, I'm going to serve Margaritas with Tortilla chips and Salsa. For the beer drinkers I'll have Fritos and a chili cheese dip. For any wine drinkers in the group I serve a Zinfandel with cheese, sausage, and crackers.

If anyone brings kids to the campfire I let them make S'mores. I'm soooo ready to go camping.

NDJollyMon 01-24-2008 08:31 PM

Mmmmmm. I noticed you haven't camping in MN or ND yet....

Oakman 01-25-2008 06:45 AM

No, we haven't been camping in ND or MN. However, a long, long time ago I was stationed in Grand Forks, ND and from there took a few trips to Duluth, MN so those two states aren't really virgins for me.

powerboatr 01-25-2008 07:28 PM

Ok you got a spot next to us at the campsite
love hot apple pie and ice cream.
yum yum
you just earned 10 food points :trink39::trink39::trink39:

ritas and fresh salsa :trink39:

NDJollyMon 01-26-2008 11:51 AM


Originally Posted by Oakman (Post 11682)
a long, long time ago I was stationed in Grand Forks, ND .

Hmmmm. When? I may know you!

Oakman 01-26-2008 08:40 PM


Originally Posted by NDJollyMon (Post 11703)
Hmmmm. When? I may know you!

Well I doubt that we met, but I was stationed at Grand Forks from Nov '64 to Sep '65. I remember that winter as bitterly cold and snowy and we also a very late spring snow. That was also my first experience with cars that had engine block heaters and people bringing their car batteries inside at night so they could start their car in the morning.

NDJollyMon 01-26-2008 08:50 PM

No, I wasn't here in '64. I spent most of 1964 in my mother's womb. :-)
I arrived in GF back in 1988.

PS...I have used my block heater all week!

Kathy Morris 04-21-2010 02:12 AM

Cooking out at camping is the real adventure for the family at river side. The Desserts are the easiest and the yummiest items to bring with you in camp fire and river camping. This recipe of apple pie is so delicious and tasteful.

EdJunior 04-21-2010 07:26 AM

OH man...mouth watering, slobbering all over myself! Boy that sounds good. And of course, you haven't been to Texas yet either (very odd that you've been all around it, but not in it??!!). Because if you had, you would know that that Cinnamon Ice Cream Sauce would also go very nicely with a bowl of hot Peach Cobbler! Oh really got the taste buds fired up!

tmmar 04-21-2010 09:51 AM

That really sounds great. It will go perfectly with the fresh apple pies my wife always makes when we go apple picking in the fall!!

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