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    Portuguese sausage and cabbage soup.
    Simple to make.
    1 head of cabbage.
    2lbs carrots.
    1lb onions.
    3lbs taters.
    2lbs linguisa or a good polish sausage.
    Garlic red pepper to your tastes.
    Salt and pepper to your tastes.
    Dash of paprika for taste and color use hot if you want i like smoked.
    Chicken broth or boullion.
    Add everything but the cabbage and 2lbs of taters into a big pot.
    Sautee then add broth and water to cover.
    Cut the rest of the taters into bite size pieces add for the last 45 minutes
    I leave the cabbage in bigger chunks and cook for 15 minutes.
    It will take about 2.5 to 3hrs total but it is good.
    Even better the next day.
    Traditionally it would be kale or another green but i like cabbage.
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    MidBigWest,I was making chili,making your recipe this weekend instead!
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    You GOTTA get a Dutch oven!
    Short recipe is Pot roast, onions, potatoes, and carrots. Put it all in the Dutch oven in the ground, surround with coals and about a 1/2" or so of loose soil and head to the woods.
    At O'dark-thirty when you come in famished, just lift it out's the ground, brush off the dirt and ashes and dig in. You can sop up the juices with bread of biscuits. Yummmm!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyhunter View Post
    You GOTTA get a Dutch oven!
    Short recipe is Pot roast, onions, potatoes, and carrots. Put it all in the Dutch oven in the ground, surround with coals and about a 1/2" or so of loose soil and head to the woods.
    At O'dark-thirty when you come in famished, just lift it out's the ground, brush off the dirt and ashes and dig in. You can sop up the juices with bread of biscuits. Yummmm!

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    i agree, if there is no electric the Dutch oven/camp oven is the way to go. I use my Lodge camp ovens when I camp and sometimes at the house. I love cooking with my Lodge cast iron.
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    I believe anything with beans and/or cabbage is a BAD idea at hunting camp. You end up spending more time in the can (or squatting under a tree) then one cares to.

    How about a nice Americanized Hungarian Goulash....Americanized because it replaces the potatoes/turnips/rutabagas with elbow noodles. Its a great comfort food on a gold winter night too.

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    I was on a different computer last night...here is the recipe.

    Enjoy!!!

    American Goulash is an easy old-fashioned comforting meal that is perfect for the cold winter months. Everything cooks in the same pot, even the pasta!
    Ingredients
    · 2 pounds ground beef
    · 2 Medium onions, diced
    · 4 cloves garlic, minced
    · 3 cups water
    · 1 tablespoon beef base (or bouillon)
    · 2 (15 ounce) cans tomato sauce
    · 2 (15 ounce) cans diced tomatoes (one petite diced) - drained
    · 3 bay leaves
    · 3 tablespoons soy sauce
    · 1 tablespoon Seasoned salt
    · 2 tablespoons Italian Seasoning
    · 3 teaspoons paprika (sweet Hungarian paprika)
    · ½ teaspoon black pepper
    · 2 cups elbow macaroni noodles, uncooked
    · 1 cup cheddar cheese, shredded
    · Fresh Italian parsley, chopped (optional)
    Instructions
    1. Brown ground beef in a large stock pot. Remove from pan and drain. Leave about 1-2 tablespoons grease in pan. Add the diced onion and cook for about 5 minutes over medium heat until tender. Add the garlic and cook another minute.
    2. Return ground beef to pot along with the water, beef base, cans of tomatoes and sauce, soy sauce, bay leaves, seasoned salt, Italian seasoning, paprika, and black pepper. Stir together, bring to a boil, cover, reduce to low and let simmer for 20 minutes.
    3. Stir in the noodles, cover, and simmer 15-20 minutes or until al dente. Stir occasionally to prevent noodles from sticking to the bottom.
    4. Just before serving, stir in the cheese. Serve garnished with fresh parsley.


    NOTE: it can be made ahead of time...but don't include the pasta until you're ready to serve it....they get mushy if you add the pasta ahead of time.
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    All the Dutch ovens make for good cooking,hard to beat anything wood fired.
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