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easy sauce

To jarred spaghetti sauce (ragu is good)add minced garlic, onion, 1 tsp white sugar, 1 tsp salt, 1 bay leaf, 1 tsp dried basil or Italian seasoning and ½ teaspoon ground pepper. Bring sauce to a simmer then cook covered for 60 minutes.
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I just made some quick chilli and had a Eureka momment. This stuff is a very complete nutritious meal.

Ready2Bugout survival's chili before SHTF to have zombie killing energy to last
Chopped about 3 cups total of organic:
onions,green peppers,carriots,celery,cilantro,garlic,tomatos,jalapenos

Added 2lbs of 85/15 organic beef (you can use any type of ground meat, turkey,chicken,pork,lamb or add a bit of chorizo for flavor, or replace it with TOFU for vegetarian

Added about half of teaspoon each of Garlic powder, cumin,paprika,powder onion,thyme,oregano,tumeric than BAM BAM BAM black pepper and seal salt bit of Vinegar

Some olive oil and let it sweat and brown the beef.

Than added one can of organic pinto, one can of black beans, and one small can of organic tomato paste or sauce

Let it simmer for 30 minutes.

This is a thick chunky chilli so you can served it over brown rice.Over chips or make a chilli burrito by adding some cheese, fresh lettuce onions tomato and avocados and wrapping it up in healthy wrap


Hoooly smoke batman
Got your complex carbs
Fiber
Veggies
Quality protein
Antioxadants
Good Essential Fatty acids from the organic beef and olive oil
MAAAAAAAAAn this stuff is good so much flavor but healthy.
Al in one meal
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easy sauce

To jarred spaghetti sauce (ragu is good)add minced garlic, onion, 1 tsp white sugar, 1 tsp salt, 1 bay leaf, 1 tsp dried basil or Italian seasoning and ½ teaspoon ground pepper. Bring sauce to a simmer then cook covered for 60 minutes.
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This is exactly what I do with a pound of ground beef and it's delish! I like the sugar added.. although I use a little more! I have a sweet tooth!!

hf
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easy sauce

To jarred spaghetti sauce (ragu is good)add minced garlic, onion, 1 tsp white sugar, 1 tsp salt, 1 bay leaf, 1 tsp dried basil or Italian seasoning and ½ teaspoon ground pepper. Bring sauce to a simmer then cook covered for 60 minutes.
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My mom made something similar. It's funny cuz she made two sauces. A short cut one like yours and one entirely from scratch. My sibling and I would request the short cut one all the time.
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easy sauce

To jarred spaghetti sauce (ragu is good)add minced garlic, onion, 1 tsp white sugar, 1 tsp salt, 1 bay leaf, 1 tsp dried basil or Italian seasoning and ½ teaspoon ground pepper. Bring sauce to a simmer then cook covered for 60 minutes.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1298661


This is exactly what I do with a pound of ground beef and it's delish! I like the sugar added.. although I use a little more! I have a sweet tooth!!

hf
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I HATE IT WHEN PEOPLE ADD SUGAR TO TOMATO BASED SAUCES
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easy sauce

To jarred spaghetti sauce (ragu is good)add minced garlic, onion, 1 tsp white sugar, 1 tsp salt, 1 bay leaf, 1 tsp dried basil or Italian seasoning and ½ teaspoon ground pepper. Bring sauce to a simmer then cook covered for 60 minutes.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1298661


This is exactly what I do with a pound of ground beef and it's delish! I like the sugar added.. although I use a little more! I have a sweet tooth!!

hf
 Quoting: MamaHasAwakened


The sugar cuts the acid of the tomatoes too. eatndrink
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I miss this thread! Today I grilled some chicken skewers. The chicken had been marinating in a honey teriyaki sauce and I added some brown sugar, lemon juice, garlic and hot sauce. I let them marinate for about 30 hours before grilling, and they were sooo good! I am running now, but maybe I'll post a pic when I get home!

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easy sauce

To jarred spaghetti sauce (ragu is good)add minced garlic, onion, 1 tsp white sugar, 1 tsp salt, 1 bay leaf, 1 tsp dried basil or Italian seasoning and ½ teaspoon ground pepper. Bring sauce to a simmer then cook covered for 60 minutes.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1298661


This is exactly what I do with a pound of ground beef and it's delish! I like the sugar added.. although I use a little more! I have a sweet tooth!!

hf
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The sugar cuts the acid of the tomatoes too. :eatndrink:
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that's because you are buying the cheapest quality tomatoes so what if is savory salty is not meant to be sweet.

Go see if italians add sugar this is why america is fat because we add sugar and carbs to everything for good measure
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easy sauce

To jarred spaghetti sauce (ragu is good)add minced garlic, onion, 1 tsp white sugar, 1 tsp salt, 1 bay leaf, 1 tsp dried basil or Italian seasoning and ½ teaspoon ground pepper. Bring sauce to a simmer then cook covered for 60 minutes.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1298661


This is exactly what I do with a pound of ground beef and it's delish! I like the sugar added.. although I use a little more! I have a sweet tooth!!

hf
 Quoting: MamaHasAwakened


The sugar cuts the acid of the tomatoes too. eatndrink
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I think that's also why I like it!
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easy sauce

To jarred spaghetti sauce (ragu is good)add minced garlic, onion, 1 tsp white sugar, 1 tsp salt, 1 bay leaf, 1 tsp dried basil or Italian seasoning and ½ teaspoon ground pepper. Bring sauce to a simmer then cook covered for 60 minutes.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1298661


This is exactly what I do with a pound of ground beef and it's delish! I like the sugar added.. although I use a little more! I have a sweet tooth!!

hf
 Quoting: MamaHasAwakened


The sugar cuts the acid of the tomatoes too. eatndrink
 Quoting: Nine's


that's because you are buying the cheapest quality tomatoes so what if is savory salty is not meant to be sweet.

Go see if italians add sugar this is why america is fat because we add sugar and carbs to everything for good measure
 Quoting: Ready2bugout


I'm not fat so I don't have a problem adding it!
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easy sauce

To jarred spaghetti sauce (ragu is good)add minced garlic, onion, 1 tsp white sugar, 1 tsp salt, 1 bay leaf, 1 tsp dried basil or Italian seasoning and ½ teaspoon ground pepper. Bring sauce to a simmer then cook covered for 60 minutes.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1298661


This is exactly what I do with a pound of ground beef and it's delish! I like the sugar added.. although I use a little more! I have a sweet tooth!!

hf
 Quoting: MamaHasAwakened

I HATE IT WHEN PEOPLE ADD SUGAR TO TOMATO BASED SAUCES
 Quoting: Ready2bugout


ROFL Sugar is ok in my book. A little or a lot of Oregano is cool too.
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easy sauce

To jarred spaghetti sauce (ragu is good)add minced garlic, onion, 1 tsp white sugar, 1 tsp salt, 1 bay leaf, 1 tsp dried basil or Italian seasoning and ½ teaspoon ground pepper. Bring sauce to a simmer then cook covered for 60 minutes.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1298661


This is exactly what I do with a pound of ground beef and it's delish! I like the sugar added.. although I use a little more! I have a sweet tooth!!

hf
 Quoting: MamaHasAwakened


The sugar cuts the acid of the tomatoes too. eatndrink
 Quoting: Nine's


that's because you are buying the cheapest quality tomatoes so what if is savory salty is not meant to be sweet.

Go see if italians add sugar this is why america is fat because we add sugar and carbs to everything for good measure
 Quoting: Ready2bugout


Are you talking to me about adding sugar, or Mama? If me, it's not because of buying cheapest quality. It's because of raising heirloom tomatoes which have a whole heck of a lot more acid than any of the modern tomatoes.

If I had any of the modern tomatoes, I'd add lemon juice before canning to increase the acid to allow safe water bath canning. Cheap tomatoes. Nuh uh. ummno
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I have to laugh at this conversation here, because I made spaghetti last night and FORGOT the sugar! I noticed the difference right away, but hubs liked it better!
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Does anyone have any easy recipes for cooking fish while camping? I am going on a kayaking trip this weekend and am going to east some of what I catch, but will not have things like butter with me. I have a small herb garden, so I plan on taking some thyme, oregano, rosemary, etc and putting them in the fish and cooking the fish in aluminum foil over some hot coals. Maybe I'll take a lemon as well. Any suggestions, tips, or recipes would be greatly appreciated!
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I have to laugh at this conversation here, because I made spaghetti last night and FORGOT the sugar! I noticed the difference right away, but hubs liked it better!
 Quoting: MamaHasAwakened


He must have a cast iron stomach. That acid eats away at it. rofl There are a lot of people that don't like it and I don't use it when cooking for someone else. Sure do for me though. 8)
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Does anyone have any easy recipes for cooking fish while camping? I am going on a kayaking trip this weekend and am going to east some of what I catch, but will not have things like butter with me. I have a small herb garden, so I plan on taking some thyme, oregano, rosemary, etc and putting them in the fish and cooking the fish in aluminum foil over some hot coals. Maybe I'll take a lemon as well. Any suggestions, tips, or recipes would be greatly appreciated!
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Dude you got it you don't need anything else just don't forget the sea salt and a small container of olive oil. You can add very finely chopped potatoes to your Foil steam pocket
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Does anyone have any easy recipes for cooking fish while camping? I am going on a kayaking trip this weekend and am going to east some of what I catch, but will not have things like butter with me. I have a small herb garden, so I plan on taking some thyme, oregano, rosemary, etc and putting them in the fish and cooking the fish in aluminum foil over some hot coals. Maybe I'll take a lemon as well. Any suggestions, tips, or recipes would be greatly appreciated!
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A stick over a fire is good. Foil is better. 8) For cooking in foil without butter or oil, I'd leave the skin on. Then if it sticks, you aren't losing any of the goodies.

Ever have fish for breakfast? When your fire is dying out, dig a small hole, rake in some hot coals, cover them with a a small amount of dirt, put your fish that's in foil with a few drops of water on top of the dirt over the coals, then cover the whole thing with dirt. Mmmmmmm.

Fresh air, outdoor sleeping, any way you fix it will be awesome. Have fun!
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Does anyone have any easy recipes for cooking fish while camping? I am going on a kayaking trip this weekend and am going to east some of what I catch, but will not have things like butter with me. I have a small herb garden, so I plan on taking some thyme, oregano, rosemary, etc and putting them in the fish and cooking the fish in aluminum foil over some hot coals. Maybe I'll take a lemon as well. Any suggestions, tips, or recipes would be greatly appreciated!
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


Dude you got it you don't need anything else just don't forget the sea salt and a small container of olive oil. You can add very finely chopped potatoes to your Foil steam pocket
 Quoting: Ready2bugout


Ohh nice, olive oil, good call! I may take a few potatoes just to do this, and an onion! Thanks!

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Does anyone have any easy recipes for cooking fish while camping? I am going on a kayaking trip this weekend and am going to east some of what I catch, but will not have things like butter with me. I have a small herb garden, so I plan on taking some thyme, oregano, rosemary, etc and putting them in the fish and cooking the fish in aluminum foil over some hot coals. Maybe I'll take a lemon as well. Any suggestions, tips, or recipes would be greatly appreciated!
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


A stick over a fire is good. Foil is better. 8) For cooking in foil without butter or oil, I'd leave the skin on. Then if it sticks, you aren't losing any of the goodies.

Ever have fish for breakfast? When your fire is dying out, dig a small hole, rake in some hot coals, cover them with a a small amount of dirt, put your fish that's in foil with a few drops of water on top of the dirt over the coals, then cover the whole thing with dirt. Mmmmmmm.

Fresh air, outdoor sleeping, any way you fix it will be awesome. Have fun!
 Quoting: Nine's


Awesome, thanks! Yeah, I am not even taking a tent, lol. If it rains, I will have to make a shelter. I may do it anyways for practice, I love survival type activities.
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Does anyone have any easy recipes for cooking fish while camping? I am going on a kayaking trip this weekend and am going to east some of what I catch, but will not have things like butter with me. I have a small herb garden, so I plan on taking some thyme, oregano, rosemary, etc and putting them in the fish and cooking the fish in aluminum foil over some hot coals. Maybe I'll take a lemon as well. Any suggestions, tips, or recipes would be greatly appreciated!
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


A stick over a fire is good. Foil is better. 8) For cooking in foil without butter or oil, I'd leave the skin on. Then if it sticks, you aren't losing any of the goodies.

Ever have fish for breakfast? When your fire is dying out, dig a small hole, rake in some hot coals, cover them with a a small amount of dirt, put your fish that's in foil with a few drops of water on top of the dirt over the coals, then cover the whole thing with dirt. Mmmmmmm.

Fresh air, outdoor sleeping, any way you fix it will be awesome. Have fun!
 Quoting: Nine's


Awesome, thanks! Yeah, I am not even taking a tent, lol. If it rains, I will have to make a shelter. I may do it anyways for practice, I love survival type activities.
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman

Wow. That sounds like some good times you're planning. Nothing better than being camped out by a crackling fire, enjoying the night sounds, and sleeping under a canopy of trees....unless there's a lighting storm. LOL. It'll be a great time!
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Does anyone have any easy recipes for cooking fish while camping? I am going on a kayaking trip this weekend and am going to east some of what I catch, but will not have things like butter with me. I have a small herb garden, so I plan on taking some thyme, oregano, rosemary, etc and putting them in the fish and cooking the fish in aluminum foil over some hot coals. Maybe I'll take a lemon as well. Any suggestions, tips, or recipes would be greatly appreciated!
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


A stick over a fire is good. Foil is better. 8) For cooking in foil without butter or oil, I'd leave the skin on. Then if it sticks, you aren't losing any of the goodies.

Ever have fish for breakfast? When your fire is dying out, dig a small hole, rake in some hot coals, cover them with a a small amount of dirt, put your fish that's in foil with a few drops of water on top of the dirt over the coals, then cover the whole thing with dirt. Mmmmmmm.

Fresh air, outdoor sleeping, any way you fix it will be awesome. Have fun!
 Quoting: Nine's


Awesome, thanks! Yeah, I am not even taking a tent, lol. If it rains, I will have to make a shelter. I may do it anyways for practice, I love survival type activities.
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman

Wow. That sounds like some good times you're planning. Nothing better than being camped out by a crackling fire, enjoying the night sounds, and sleeping under a canopy of trees....unless there's a lighting storm. LOL. It'll be a great time!
 Quoting: Nine's


Hell yea man! It's going to be a blast! I usually do a lot of hiking and camping, but am going to be kayaking with a few friends this weekend. Kayaking, beer, swimming, fishing, etc.
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A stick over a fire is good. Foil is better. 8) For cooking in foil without butter or oil, I'd leave the skin on. Then if it sticks, you aren't losing any of the goodies.

Ever have fish for breakfast? When your fire is dying out, dig a small hole, rake in some hot coals, cover them with a a small amount of dirt, put your fish that's in foil with a few drops of water on top of the dirt over the coals, then cover the whole thing with dirt. Mmmmmmm.

Fresh air, outdoor sleeping, any way you fix it will be awesome. Have fun!
 Quoting: Nine's


Awesome, thanks! Yeah, I am not even taking a tent, lol. If it rains, I will have to make a shelter. I may do it anyways for practice, I love survival type activities.
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman

Wow. That sounds like some good times you're planning. Nothing better than being camped out by a crackling fire, enjoying the night sounds, and sleeping under a canopy of trees....unless there's a lighting storm. LOL. It'll be a great time!
 Quoting: Nine's


Hell yea man! It's going to be a blast! I usually do a lot of hiking and camping, but am going to be kayaking with a few friends this weekend. Kayaking, beer, swimming, fishing, etc.
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


AWESOME! Since you mentioned beer, it reminded me. Make sure you mark the spot if you do the overnight fish cook in the pit. Would be terrible to forget where it was buried. tomato
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Awesome, thanks! Yeah, I am not even taking a tent, lol. If it rains, I will have to make a shelter. I may do it anyways for practice, I love survival type activities.
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman

Wow. That sounds like some good times you're planning. Nothing better than being camped out by a crackling fire, enjoying the night sounds, and sleeping under a canopy of trees....unless there's a lighting storm. LOL. It'll be a great time!
 Quoting: Nine's


Hell yea man! It's going to be a blast! I usually do a lot of hiking and camping, but am going to be kayaking with a few friends this weekend. Kayaking, beer, swimming, fishing, etc.
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


AWESOME! Since you mentioned beer, it reminded me. Make sure you mark the spot if you do the overnight fish cook in the pit. Would be terrible to forget where it was buried. tomato
 Quoting: Nine's


Good idea! But I will probably not be able to cook anything over night due to coon, coyotes, bear, skunks, opossum, mink, etc. I have always wanted to try doing an overnight cook with a turkey by buying it and covering it with coals. I have heard they are delicious!
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Wow. That sounds like some good times you're planning. Nothing better than being camped out by a crackling fire, enjoying the night sounds, and sleeping under a canopy of trees....unless there's a lighting storm. LOL. It'll be a great time!
 Quoting: Nine's


Hell yea man! It's going to be a blast! I usually do a lot of hiking and camping, but am going to be kayaking with a few friends this weekend. Kayaking, beer, swimming, fishing, etc.
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


AWESOME! Since you mentioned beer, it reminded me. Make sure you mark the spot if you do the overnight fish cook in the pit. Would be terrible to forget where it was buried. tomato
 Quoting: Nine's


Good idea! But I will probably not be able to cook anything over night due to coon, coyotes, bear, skunks, opossum, mink, etc. I have always wanted to try doing an overnight cook with a turkey by buying it and covering it with coals. I have heard they are delicious!
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


Oh Yikes! For sure. I'd want that pit a long, long way from camp....if I had one at all. Think my food would stay secured in a vehicle or dangling about 12 ft. off the ground in a tree a good ways from camp. Be awesome to see a bear, but not up close and personal, especially when you're half asleep. LOL.

Bet that turkey would be great. Wonder if they lay it on wet grape leaves and cover it with them, or what? Be a real big hole and take a long time to get the coals built up enough I'd imagine.
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Hell yea man! It's going to be a blast! I usually do a lot of hiking and camping, but am going to be kayaking with a few friends this weekend. Kayaking, beer, swimming, fishing, etc.
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


AWESOME! Since you mentioned beer, it reminded me. Make sure you mark the spot if you do the overnight fish cook in the pit. Would be terrible to forget where it was buried. tomato
 Quoting: Nine's


Good idea! But I will probably not be able to cook anything over night due to coon, coyotes, bear, skunks, opossum, mink, etc. I have always wanted to try doing an overnight cook with a turkey by buying it and covering it with coals. I have heard they are delicious!
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


Oh Yikes! For sure. I'd want that pit a long, long way from camp....if I had one at all. Think my food would stay secured in a vehicle or dangling about 12 ft. off the ground in a tree a good ways from camp. Be awesome to see a bear, but not up close and personal, especially when you're half asleep. LOL.

Bet that turkey would be great. Wonder if they lay it on wet grape leaves and cover it with them, or what? Be a real big hole and take a long time to get the coals built up enough I'd imagine.
 Quoting: Nine's


Oh yea, I will definitely be hanging my food bag. We are kayaking quite a ways, so will not have any vehicles for miles. Good question about the turkey cooking, I will check.

This is similar to the idea I first read about.

[link to www.trails.com]
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AWESOME! Since you mentioned beer, it reminded me. Make sure you mark the spot if you do the overnight fish cook in the pit. Would be terrible to forget where it was buried. tomato
 Quoting: Nine's


Good idea! But I will probably not be able to cook anything over night due to coon, coyotes, bear, skunks, opossum, mink, etc. I have always wanted to try doing an overnight cook with a turkey by buying it and covering it with coals. I have heard they are delicious!
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


Oh Yikes! For sure. I'd want that pit a long, long way from camp....if I had one at all. Think my food would stay secured in a vehicle or dangling about 12 ft. off the ground in a tree a good ways from camp. Be awesome to see a bear, but not up close and personal, especially when you're half asleep. LOL.

Bet that turkey would be great. Wonder if they lay it on wet grape leaves and cover it with them, or what? Be a real big hole and take a long time to get the coals built up enough I'd imagine.
 Quoting: Nine's


Oh yea, I will definitely be hanging my food bag. We are kayaking quite a ways, so will not have any vehicles for miles. Good question about the turkey cooking, I will check.

This is similar to the idea I first read about.

[link to www.trails.com]
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Thanks for the link. Cheesecloth. Who'd a thought!

The picture was even better than the recipe. LOL. That was beautiful. The tent, fire, lake in the background.

Hope you have smooth water where you're kayaking. It would suck having to carry the kayak or paddle miles back against the current. Have a great time. I'll be thinking of you.flower
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Good idea! But I will probably not be able to cook anything over night due to coon, coyotes, bear, skunks, opossum, mink, etc. I have always wanted to try doing an overnight cook with a turkey by buying it and covering it with coals. I have heard they are delicious!
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


Oh Yikes! For sure. I'd want that pit a long, long way from camp....if I had one at all. Think my food would stay secured in a vehicle or dangling about 12 ft. off the ground in a tree a good ways from camp. Be awesome to see a bear, but not up close and personal, especially when you're half asleep. LOL.

Bet that turkey would be great. Wonder if they lay it on wet grape leaves and cover it with them, or what? Be a real big hole and take a long time to get the coals built up enough I'd imagine.
 Quoting: Nine's


Oh yea, I will definitely be hanging my food bag. We are kayaking quite a ways, so will not have any vehicles for miles. Good question about the turkey cooking, I will check.

This is similar to the idea I first read about.

[link to www.trails.com]
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman

Thanks for the link. Cheesecloth. Who'd a thought!

The picture was even better than the recipe. LOL. That was beautiful. The tent, fire, lake in the background.

Hope you have smooth water where you're kayaking. It would suck having to carry the kayak or paddle miles back against the current. Have a great time. I'll be thinking of you.flower
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Aww, thanks! I hope it is rough, lol, I like white water, haha. I think we are going to have a ride waiting for us at the end, so we won't have to go against the current much.

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easy sauce

To jarred spaghetti sauce (ragu is good)add minced garlic, onion, 1 tsp white sugar, 1 tsp salt, 1 bay leaf, 1 tsp dried basil or Italian seasoning and ½ teaspoon ground pepper. Bring sauce to a simmer then cook covered for 60 minutes.
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My mom made something similar. It's funny cuz she made two sauces. A short cut one like yours and one entirely from scratch. My sibling and I would request the short cut one all the time.
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My kids like the doctored up store bought too. I will tell you that the one from Aldi, not the gourmet version, the regular one, is pretty damn good.
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Does anyone have any easy recipes for cooking fish while camping? I am going on a kayaking trip this weekend and am going to east some of what I catch, but will not have things like butter with me. I have a small herb garden, so I plan on taking some thyme, oregano, rosemary, etc and putting them in the fish and cooking the fish in aluminum foil over some hot coals. Maybe I'll take a lemon as well. Any suggestions, tips, or recipes would be greatly appreciated!
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Dude you got it you don't need anything else just don't forget the sea salt and a small container of olive oil. You can add very finely chopped potatoes to your Foil steam pocket
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Ohh nice, olive oil, good call! I may take a few potatoes just to do this, and an onion! Thanks!
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Yup, I was gonna suggest that too. I love foil steamed fish. We make it in the dishwasher at home. Put it on the top shelf of the dishwasher and run the dry cycle, perfect fish every time.

I love kayaking too, I am envyous of you getting to have so much fun. I hear its gonna be a hot and dry few days so hopefully you wont get rained on, that just sorta takes some of the fun out of it.
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Does anyone have any easy recipes for cooking fish while camping? I am going on a kayaking trip this weekend and am going to east some of what I catch, but will not have things like butter with me. I have a small herb garden, so I plan on taking some thyme, oregano, rosemary, etc and putting them in the fish and cooking the fish in aluminum foil over some hot coals. Maybe I'll take a lemon as well. Any suggestions, tips, or recipes would be greatly appreciated!
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


Dude you got it you don't need anything else just don't forget the sea salt and a small container of olive oil. You can add very finely chopped potatoes to your Foil steam pocket
 Quoting: Ready2bugout


Ohh nice, olive oil, good call! I may take a few potatoes just to do this, and an onion! Thanks!
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


Yup, I was gonna suggest that too. I love foil steamed fish. We make it in the dishwasher at home. Put it on the top shelf of the dishwasher and run the dry cycle, perfect fish every time.

I love kayaking too, I am envyous of you getting to have so much fun. I hear its gonna be a hot and dry few days so hopefully you wont get rained on, that just sorta takes some of the fun out of it.
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Hey! Fortunately it is supposed to be good weather here Saturday and Sunday, so hopefully no rain. Or at least not much. It's going to be fun!

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