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Dinner for Five

Ok, here it goes- Five of us are heading to a camp in New York in October. We are each responsible for a meal each night. The camp has a gas stove and reefer, as all the appliances/lighting are run off gas. Any recipes out there? I just want to be able to make it at home, freeze it and load it into the oven. Thanks.

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Chilli

Chilli And garlic bread or buns or you can't go wrong with roast beef.

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Dinner for Five

How about a nice beef stew... tastes great out there, ha!

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Venison hamburger steak.  I

Venison hamburger steak.  I make it almost like a meat loaf.  Cut up equal portions of onion and green pepper. I cut half of each finely chopped and the other half in lengthy strips. I saute the onion and pepper strips in evoo and butter along with mushrooms. Once they're done, I take them out and set aside. Next, I make a gravy with left over grease and flour. Once the gravy is to my satisfaction, I add the sauted onions, peppers and mushrooms. Leave this on low while you saute the chopped o/p in a different pan. In a mixing bowl, place the venison, salt and pepper to taste, a little garlic salt if you like, 2 eggs, some bread and the cooled chopped o/p. Mix well. Make elongated patties, maybe 3/4" thick, big enough for a single serving. Fry in more evoo and butter until done. At this point, you can put the hamburger steak into the simmering gravy mixture to let cook more and soak up some of the gravy or just serve on the plate with the gravy on top. Enjoy. Hope this helps

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Thanks, sounds good. I may

Thanks, sounds good. I may try that one at home first!

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I don't have the recipe with

I don't have the recipe with me, but chicken and dumplings in a dutch oven is a great meal......

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I always bring my cream of

I always bring my cream of mushroom porkchops, I get the boneless pork sirlion chops cut them into bite size bits put them into a crock pot and add a huge can of cream of mushroom soup and a small  can of cream of chicken. let it cook 6 hours on high. put into gallon ziplock freezer bags and freeze, when at camp unthaw and heat in pan, boil water and make noodles( i use the wide egg noodle), put noodles on plate or bowl. put creamy pork on top and its something to die for.

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You're making me hungry,

You're making me hungry, Numbnutz, and still in the am. Laugh

Another dish I cook is deer cube steak. The key is to prepare the cube steak properly. Very little sinew, no fat and only the larger muscle groups are used. Run through the cuber twice. The second time, turn the steak 90 degrees so the steak gets a good crosscut. As for the dish itself, I never make it with the exact same incredients. I usually use whatever seasonings I have available. Any spice you have in the pantry will work. Paprika, cumin, parsley, garlic salt, cajun seasoning, salt, pepper, oregano, garlic powder, sweet basil, hot mexican chili powder are some of the spices I use. You can use whatever spices you like the most. Sometimes I add texas pete to get the heat cranked up.

I usually mix the spices I use in with the flour. Flour the steaks and fry in EVOO and butter a couple of minutes on each side. Remove from the pan and prepare the gravy. Make enough gravy to cover the steaks when you return them to the pan. Once the gravy is to taste, return the steaks and let them simmer on low for 1 to 1 1/2 hours, stirring occassionaly. The steaks will be fall apart tender when finished. Cook some rice or mashed potatoes. Some kind of greens or corn. Warm up some grands frozen biscuits. What a hardy meal to sit down to after hunting.

If you aren't cubing some of your elk or deer, you're missing out. Try it sometime.

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