Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Where Have I Been?

Its been a while and I am sorry I haven't been online....I went to Georgia and last weekend we picked up a Vintage trailer! A 1947 Kit Companion! We are going to restore it and I am so excited to get busy! I already bought all the pans and dishes. I just need silverware and can't decide on that. When I was looking online at the trailers other people have restores and they are so cute. I think it will really be fun working on it. I found a fun site called Sisters on the fly. You have got to go look at thier site. The trailer are all so cute and they all have names. So we decide to name our trailer the " Heirloom Inn". You can see our progress at http://www.heirloominn.blogspot.com/ . So come on over and check it out! I know I already did a post with camping recipes but since I am getting started with this I might as well add a few more. And I Love making foil dinner since they are not just for camping, you can make them at home too!

Meal in a Bundle

2 lbs. lean chuck, cut into 1-inch cubes
6 medium potatoes, peeled and diced
6 T. chopped onions
6 carrots, sliced
½ c. chopped parsley
2 10 ½ oz. cans condensed mushroom soup
Salt & pepper to taste
Tabasco sauce

Divide above ingredients into 6 equal portions. Place each portion on an 18-inch square of heavy-duty aluminum foil. Add a couple dashes of Tabasco and 1 tablespoon of water to each portion. Salt and pepper to taste. Bring up corners of foil and twist at top to close bundles. Line grill with heavy-duty aluminum foil and place bundles on grill, 2 inches above hot gray coals. Cook 1 hour. Serve right in the foil. Makes 6 servings.

Everything But the Kitchen Sink Camping Dessert

1/2 cup chocolate chips
1/2 cup peanut butter chips
1 cup of diced apples
1 cup of cut strawberries
1 cup of mini marshmallows
1 cup of 'Nilla wafers, crumbled
1/2 cup of granola
1/2 cup of raisins
Anything else sweet you have on hand Kids just love making this. Take all ingredients and mix them in a camping dutch oven or on single-serving aluminum foil squares sprayed with cooking spray, and close foil. Cook on campfire or camping stove for 30 minutes. Eat with wet napkins or wipes handy!
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