This is the easiest recipe in the world. Great for those "Boys Night Out" fishing trips - we usually don't even use plates. Just reach in with your fork, fillet knife, hell a sharp stick. That doesn't play so well when the ladies are in camp; seems like they expect napkins and such. Go figure. Anyway...
In a large DO (14" if you got it, the bigger the oven, the more you can put in it) put in several packs of brats of different types (spicy, italian, cheddar, whatever kinds look good). Toss in several potatoes cut in half, carrots in big chunks, an onion or two in large chunks, if you got some corn chop the cobs into two inch pieces, throw in 3 or 4 whole fresh jalepenos. Basically whatever veggies you got in camp (no canned veggies). Put in some black pepper, salt, a half dozen or so shots of worcestershire sauce and two or three beers (use Coors - save the good stuff aka Bud for drinking) put the lid on and cook with 10 - 12 charcoal briquets on the bottom, 14 to 16 on top. Yoy'll smell it when it's done, usually after three or so games of liars dice. Mustard, buns or tortillas are nice but not required. For a real flavor boost before wrapping a brat in a tortilla, smear on one of the cooked jalepenos on it. Serve with an iced tea, bud and/or a bourbon & water and a camp fire and eat while telling or listening to tall tales & fishing lies.
Melt one stick of butter in the bottom of your DO.
Add 2 cans of peaches first making sure you drain them, Then combine 2 cups of flour, 2 cups of sugar, and 2 cups of milk then pour it over top of the peaches. cook for about an hour at around 350 degrees. This is for a smaller size dutch oven if yours is bigger you can double the recipe but only use 1 stick of butter. Adjust cooktime accordingly.
When calling coyotes, more often than not they will circle on a target they are
coming into and approach from the downwind side. Presumably they do this in
order to align what they smell, with what they are hearing.
This means that you should always have your downwind side camouflaged and have
an open shooting lane. If the area is heavily covered the coyote could come in
take a look and be gone, with you none the wiser.