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    Deer camp recipes ideas

    Alright ladies and gentlemen, deer camp is coming up in a few months for me and a few friends. I'm looking for some good recipes for lunch and supper. I have a propane stove to cook with in the ole airstream or I can do a camp fire. I don't have a dutch oven as of yet. We are planning a 6 day trip. One of these nights will be eating at a small local mexican restaurant as it has become a new tradition. Again, any good food ideas will be appreciated. Most of us are not picky when it comes to food. Thanks in advance. Bird Dog
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    In our camp( we had electricity) the crock pot or slow cooker was a great tool. Load it up with meat, vegetables and seasoning in the morning and dinner was ready when everyone returned at the end of the day. Pasta, ground meat or sausage and tomato sauce also is an easy quick way to feed a bunch of hungry hunters.We also would splurge and bbque steaks one night. At deer camp, everything tasted great.
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    Our deer camp everyone made a dinner.Mine specialty was to cook 10lbs of corned beef w/redskins,cabbage,onion,carrots and whatever else I felt like throwing in.I would cook it in my stainless turkey fryer pot the at home.Take to camp reheat on tripod over campfire. After a boiled dinner,we would have corned beef stew for lunches for a coupe days.
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    My wife makes an awesome venison salisbury steak with cream of mushroom soup. Easy to make and clean up after.
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    I like steak for one meal but in my little mind as I think back on all the delicious meals I have eaten in deer camp I think I enjoy a good think meat and potatoe stew with hot sauce and cornbread. Yummy. The following day it seems to taste better than it did the day before.

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    Well, don't shoot me. We like to do one lunch featuring fried SPAM sandwiches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Risch View Post
    Well, don't shoot me. We like to do one lunch featuring fried SPAM sandwiches.
    .... What Mark said.

    We eat a lot of SPAM at our cabin during deer season. Fried SPAM and eggs in the morning. SPAM sandwiches for lunch. And a plus... it does help keep one regular.
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    Hot chili is always a welcome meal after sitting in a cold deer blind. Fix up a few batches ahead of time and freeze them. Easy to thaw and tastes great reheated.
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    Look up Cowboy Baked beans by Kent Rollins. My phone is acting weird or I would attach the link. I’ve made them in a pot on the stove and they were fantastic. Cut up some hotdogs into 1” pieces and put them in and you have a great franks and beans meal. I use about half of the chili’s in Adobe sauce that he calls for. If you had electric the slow cooker is the way to go for meals. I make some slow cooker fajitas and start them before the evening hunt and they are done when we get back. My kids fonder themselves on them.
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    Another favorite was a ton of beef short ribs in the same pot with a bunch of garlic cloves, onion and water. We had a wood fired 55 gallon drum with a grate on top,let it cook all day,take out and throw on a grill over the fire. Cover with BBQ sauce. Can't wait for camp.
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