Month: March 2015

Sausage, Egg, and Cheese Sandwich

A Breakfast Staple The Sausage, egg, and cheese sandwich is a throwback to my college days. When I worked at a couple of different fast food jobs, I used to work the morning shift. At one such restaurant, I was taught how to crack an egg each hand at the same time. This was so that I would be faster on the cooking line. This little trick took a bit to learn but to this day has impressed many people. That year I spent cooking breakfast was fun but I don’t miss those early morning shifts and standing on my feet...

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Ritter’s Green Tomato Relish

Ritter’s Green Tomato Relish Ritter’s Green Tomato Relish for your next barbeque. Green Tomatoes Are Perfect For Relish! “What this recipe needs is Ritter’s Green Tomato Relish !” According to DH, green tomato relish is the missing ingredient when making his mom’s “Beef Barbecue” recipe. Not just any relish mind you but Ritter’s Green… This recipe is a repost from our friends at foodiegate. The Culinary Camper makes no guarantees for the quality of this article, as we merely re-post recipes we find delectable. We do this so that we can bring you new and different cuisines from different sites around the world. We think it keeps The Culinary Camper unique and fun, and we hope you enjoy these recipes. We try to keep any recipe re-posts that we put on this website interesting, and yet still relevant to outdoor cooking. While not all recipes show how to make them outdoors, we feel that with some slight alterations, the recipes can easily be made outdoors. Our motto here at the Culinary Camper is that you can cook anything outdoors that you can cook in an indoor kitchen, with just a little ingenuity and creativity. We enjoy featuring new recipes like Ritter’s Green Tomato Relish from our friends around the web. If you would like to contribute, please contact us by filling out the form on our about page, and...

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Rabbit Stew

Rabbit Stew – The other white meat! Tonight’s Dinner – Rabbit Stew Basically, it’s rabbit stew but at home we call it a Civet de Lapin . My great-grandmother was a first rate chef when it came to game meats of all types but this was her forte – especially when prepared… This recipe is a repost from our friends at foodiegate. The Culinary Camper makes no guarantees for the quality of this article, as we merely re-post recipes we find delectable. We do this so that we can bring you new and different cuisines from different sites around the world. We think it keeps The Culinary Camper unique and fun, and we hope you enjoy these recipes. We try to keep any recipe re-posts that we put on this website interesting, and yet still relevant to outdoor cooking. While not all recipes show how to make them outdoors, we feel that with some slight alterations, the recipes can easily be made outdoors. Our motto here at the Culinary Camper is that you can cook anything outdoors that you can cook in an indoor kitchen, with just a little ingenuity and creativity. We enjoy featuring new recipes like this Rabbit Stew from our friends around the web. If you would like to contribute, please contact us by filling out the form on our about page, and we will contact...

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Easy Campfire Pizza

How To Make Campfire Pizza Like many people, I love pizza, and I really love easy campfire pizza! This pie is so easy and tasty that you will wonder why you never made it over a campfire before. I buy my pizza dough in a bag from the deli when I make it outside because it just makes things so much more simple. The first time I made this pizza it was in my RV oven. If you know anything about RVs, you know the ovens are not the greatest, however, even in that little craptastic oven, this pizza still...

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Irish Lamb Stew

Irish Lamb Stew Irish Lamb Stew is on the menu for dinner. It’s only natural because in this clan, we’re chin deep in Irish. On both sides. One side of the family has its roots in County Antrim and in Londonderry. They came for a visit back in the very early… This recipe is a repost from our friends at foodiegate. The Culinary Camper makes no guarantees for the quality of this article, as we merely re-post recipes we find delectable. We do this so that we can bring you new and different cuisines from different sites around the world. We think it keeps The Culinary Camper unique and fun, and we hope you enjoy these recipes. We try to keep any recipe re-posts that we put on this website interesting, and yet still relevant to outdoor cooking. While not all recipes show how to make them outdoors, we feel that with some slight alterations, the recipes can easily be made outdoors. Our motto here at the Culinary Camper is that you can cook anything outdoors that you can cook in an indoor kitchen, with just a little ingenuity and creativity. We enjoy featuring new recipes like this Irish lamb stew from our friends around the web. If you would like to contribute, please contact us by filling out the form on our about page, and we will contact...

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