[Sca-cooks] Camp cooking experiment a success
lady.ysabeau at gmail.com
Wed Mar 21 12:41:14 PDT 2007
Thanks, Colin! I've emailed Claire asking for recipes...but if you have them
to share...hint hint ~grin~
On 3/21/07, Colin MacNachtan <dcm at mccr.org> wrote:
> On Wednesday 21 March 2007 2:07 pm, Michael Gunter wrote:
> > I wouldn't have tried any kind of pie or easily squishable item
> > because it does squeeze it a bit. I wonder how they did the
> > "pot pie" item. The cobbler I can see.
> As one of the members of the camp in question, I can answer that. We
> everything before we vacuum-sealed it. All the food was actually taken
> frozen in a cooler with dry ice in it.
> Our menu for the week included:
> The mentioned chicken cordon bleu pie (chicken, ham, blue cheese)
> Green bean quiche
> Broccoli casserole
> Steak and mushroom pie
> Sausage/cheese pie
> This year none of the "pies" had an actual bottom pie crust. The crust
> deemed not necessary. Some had crust toppings, others had biscuit or
> crumb toppings.
> Chili - frozen in blocks, then vacuum-sealed and boiled. To serve, clip
> bag to the side of a big empty pot and scoop out with a ladle. No serving
> dish required.
> Girl Scout omelets - raw eggs and omelet fixings in a bag, frozen and
> then boiled on site. They came out much better than expected.
> Bryn Gwlad
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