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When we cook, start with a basic idea, then go
to the store and buy what is the freshest. What
the actual end results are, can vary greatly, but
it always comes out perfect.

Red Bell Peppers
Red Bell Peppers

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Salad Ingredients
Salad ingredients

SALADS
Camping in California, there are fire restrictions.
Even using a gas or propane stove can land you
in jail, so we got good at making salads... and that
is a good thing.

SALAD#01
Mix and match including beans and corn

SALAD#02
More crunchy with carrots and radish pieces.
Apples, avocados...

SALAD#03
With hard boiled eggs...

SALAD#04
With salmon and mushrooms...

All our salads include cheese, but it is optional.

TIN FOIL RECIPES
Cooking with tin foil is simple and easy to clean.
Almost always comes out perfect...

Pork, peppers, and peaches
Recipe with pork, peppers, and peaches
It doesn't get much easier...

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Pork, peppers, apples, zucchini, ect...
Sprinkled with whole garlic.

Pork
More pork, but we cook with everything.

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Hamburgers with turnips, daikon radishes, and
more stuff that grows under the ground, for a
healthy and surprisingly great meal.

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Hamburger topped with avocados, tomatoes, and
slices of hard boiled eggs.

Hamburger and Veggies
Hamburgers smothered in...
Just what was laying around, including potatoes,
zucchini, cauliflower, tomatoes, beans... the hamburger
is somewhere in the middle.

Hamburger and Broccoli
Hamburgers smothered in...
Broccoli, cauliflowers, tomatoes, zucchini, corn,
and potatoes... hamburger is somewhere in the middle.
Similar to above, except more broccoli and cauliflower.

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T-Bone Steaks that melt in your mouth. The secret is
picking the right piece of meat, but prices went to the
sky, now we can't afford too often...

Breakfast Steaks and Turnups
Breakfast Steaks and Turnips
Also potatoes, zucchini, and tomatoes.
You can add....

Fresh Ingredients
Fresh Ingredients

Lemons
Lemons

Lemon Garlic Chicken
Lemon Garlic Chicken
Chicken smothered in garlic topped with
thin slices of lemon. Perfect and easy.

Sweet Potatoes and Yams
Sweet Potatoes / Yams
Cut off the ends and slice in half.
Wrap in aluminum foil and throw
on hot coals. Turn every 20-30 minutes.
Done in about a hour. Even if you forget
about them, will stay good a couple hours.

ALUMINUM FOIL BASICS:
Wrap ingredients in aluminum foil.
(Either individual packets or one large packet)
Throw packets on hot bed of coals.
Cook 20-25 minutes each side...
Big packets should be left on the coals, turning
twice more or every 10 minutes until done.
Use leather work gloves to turn tin foil packets.

ALUMINUM FOIL TECHNIQUES
Layer the ingredients according to cooking time.
Potatoes on the bottom / outside layers
Broccoli, zucchini, ect. towards the middle
Meat in the center, so it will cook evenly on both sides.

SANDWICHES
When you don't feel like cooking.

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Corned beef sandwiches... make a couple extra
and just as good the next day.

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Egg salad is easy, just some hard boiled eggs
and throw in some veggies of choice and spread
on bread with a piece of lettuce.

HOT CEREAL
http://www.bobsredmill.com
Hot cereal is easy enough to make
Try Bob's Red Mill for all natural
and stone ground grains... the best.

MAKE GOOD COFFEE
How to make Good Coffee
Principles of making good coffee.
How to make cowboy coffee

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