Fireman Bob's Camping And The Food That Goes With!

Hosted by Bob Cooney
Group active since Sat, Jan 11, 2014

Welcome to all that come camping with me... As we " camp " it is my hope that we will share any and all foods that are partaken of while on the " quest " of the outdoors in a tent or not.... Please feel free to add what You all eat while in the " grasp " of Mother Nature!

Sincerely,
Fireman Bob :)

Bob Cooney
May 12, 2015

Thought I'd come in and " dust " the " cobwebs " off the furniture. ...

Who's interested in starting the campfire up for some great food ???

Let me know. ...

Sincerely,
Fireman Bob :)

Straws Kitchen
May 26, 2014

Bob C...this is right up the 'Campfire'

I thought you'd like this one.....it came in my Mennonite Girls Can Cook Newsletter♥

Camp Fire Chicken Stew:
Outdoor cooking is always popular during the summer time.
This recipe can be made over an open camp fire or on top of your stove indoors.
It is one of our favorite go to meals when we have company.
Cooking it on an open fire results in a bit of a smokey taste which is awesome.
We had company over last night and they really enjoyed it.

•1-to-2 tablespoons olive oil
•2 1/2 lbs (1 kg) of boneless skinless chicken, cubed (we used thighs)
•1 large onion, diced
•2 cloves garlic, minced
•2 peppers, chopped (we used 1 red and 1 green)
•4 zucchini, sliced thinly
•4 carrots, sliced thinly
•1 (28 oz) can of tomatoes
•1 (650 ml) jar of salsa; (approx-2 1/2 cups)
•1 teaspoon dried oregano
•3 cups water (If you do it over a camp fire, you may need a bit more)
•salt and pepper to taste

1.Heat your pot, add the oil.
2.When the pot and oil are hot add the diced chicken and brown.
3.Add the onions, peppers and garlic cook until the onions soften.
4.Add tomatoes, salsa, water and carrots.
5.Cook about 15 minutes until the carrots soften.
6.Add the zucchini, oregano, salt and pepper.
7.Cook a few more minutes until the zucchini is soft.
8.Serve over brown rice.

Note (from Charlotte):
Many people add the rice and added liquid to cook right in the pot when the carrots go in the pot but my husband likes the rice cooked on the side and the chicken served over the rice.
Either way it is a very nice meal served along side a green salad.

From the Kitchen of: Charlotte; on MGCC

Good Morning!

I shared this with a few groups. Think it awesome if You havent seen. Perfect for campers.
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Crazy or not

So what does everybody think of this??

Bacon wrapped alligator with whole chicken in mouth!

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Bob Wakeman
Apr 29, 2014

I don't see many people talkig

well were is all the talk about camping. What about the things you have been cook.

How many cook over an open fire besides me How do you make your meals wile camping.