[Sca-cooks] Camp kitchen feast was: Re: Camp cooking challenge
karstyl at gmail.com
Mon Jun 22 06:31:08 PDT 2009
I would love to see the menu. I might be doing something similar in the
fall, so any insights on how the camp kitchen feast worked (or didn't)
would be a big help.
So far my plans include doing as much pre-cooking as possible, but I am
still in the early planning stages.
Euriol of Lothian wrote:
> The end of last month I cooked an entire feast on 5 propane grills, a couple
> with side burners. All the recipes that I redacted were inspired from
> Spanish sources.
> If anyone is interested I could share the menu.
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> Subject: [Sca-cooks] Camp cooking challenge
> I think we all probably like to cook period food in camp, and a lot of us
> like to cook over the fire as well. But given the fact that Pennsylvania is
> being unusually rainy so far this summer (at least in Central and Eastern
> PA), outdoor cooking at Pennsic might be iffy.
> So I had a rather selfish thought (because I plan to mine this thread for
> ideas for our own camp's meal planning):
> Can we come up with a meal or even a single dish that would be able to
> either be cooked outside on the fire or cooked inside on a camp stove or two
> the same form?
> Or, a meal that could be cooked on the fire and an alternate meal involving
> the same main ingredients (primarily the perishable ones) that could be
> cooked on the camp stove indoors if it happened to be raining that day?
> As an example, Drye Stewe for Beef in a dutch oven in the fire pit (beef,
> onions, pepper, mace, cloves, red wine) could easily turn into a period
> soup/stew on the camp stove by adding some broth or water to the wine,
> cutting up
> the meat, changing the spices slightly, and maybe adding some vinegar or
> bread crumb thickening, etc (I don't have a specific named dish in mind, but
> it's probably close to a Bukenade.)
> Brangwayna Morgan
> Shire of Silver Rylle, East Kingdom
> Lancaster, PA
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