RV Omelets

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Postby oklahomajewel » Sun Oct 09, 2005 6:58 pm

Glad everybody posted their results! I haven't tried it yet, but will definitely do that when I'm out camping. I'm glad I actually posted something y'all could use! teehee ;)
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Postby igofshn » Sun Oct 16, 2005 9:46 am

I've been doing the "Omelette in a bag" for a long time. Make sure you use good zip locks, not the cheapies. I also take them out about half way done and push the center. This helps get the center cooked evenly.
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Postby cubby_1969 » Wed Nov 16, 2005 8:47 am

The Egg in a bag has been a scouting favorite for years. There's a bunch more like bacon & eggs in a paper bag, foil pouch meals, and ice cream. Yes, home made ice cream. :thumbsup:

Use 2 bags. One, you put your ice cream ingredients in. The other you put rock salt and ice in. Put your ice cream bag inside your ice bag and shake, shake, shake. Great for kids. You can make larger quantities with 2 buckets (small & large), then have the kids roll the bucket back and forth. You can wash clothes in a bucket too. Just use a different bucket, put clothes, water, & soap in and roll it around a while.

I've put together some utensiless cooking, foil packet, and dutch oven recipe books. If you want any, email me off list & I'll send it to you. I got all these recipes from other camping friends.

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Postby madjack » Wed Nov 16, 2005 9:00 am

hey Duane, why don't you post some of those recipes/tricks in the recipes section...we would all like to use 'em
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Postby cubby_1969 » Wed Nov 16, 2005 9:15 am

hey Duane, why don't you post some of those recipes/tricks in the recipes section...we would all like to use 'em
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I would, but there are a ton of them. The Dutch Oven file is up over 80 pages now. I'd be happy to post them if there was a files section. Maybe I'll see if they fit on my home page. I'll let ya'all know if it works.

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Postby madjack » Wed Nov 16, 2005 9:30 am

well in that case just pick out some real goodies and post'em 1 or 2 at a time...ya doan gots ta do'em all at once ;)
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Postby cubby_1969 » Wed Nov 16, 2005 9:44 am

OK, I posted them on my webpage. Most are in DOC format for word. Excuse any spelling errors etc, and they aren't organized very well, but you should find lots of good recipes.

These are all recipes from other campers. The information was given freely, so please don't sell, change, etc. I've tried to give the source where possible.

http://tinyurl.com/8hk57

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Re: RV Omelets

Postby Steve_Cox » Wed Nov 16, 2005 10:29 am

oklahomajewel wrote:ZIPLOC OMELETS"

Have you ever heard of this? I haven't , but it sounds like a great idea!

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But can you make a crab quiche in a ziplock bag?? Do real men eat quiche? I am putting an oven in my teardrop cause I've got a really great Crab Quiche recipe. Might even work in a Dutch Oven.

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Postby Kurt (Indiana) » Tue Apr 18, 2006 7:44 pm

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Postby wants-a-tear » Thu May 11, 2006 1:09 am

cubby_1969 wrote:OK, I posted them on my webpage. Most are in DOC format for word. Excuse any spelling errors etc, and they aren't organized very well, but you should find lots of good recipes.

These are all recipes from other campers. The information was given freely, so please don't sell, change, etc. I've tried to give the source where possible.

http://tinyurl.com/8hk57

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Hi Folks,

Did anyone try to visit the site reached by the TinyURl link above? When I clicked on it, I got a screen that said it was for Members only. Since I am not a member, I could not look at the recipes. Is it a camping website or what? How does one join if interested? Thanks.

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Postby bennelson » Sun May 14, 2006 11:23 am

I love the idea of boil in a bag eggs.

I don't like trying to cook for 6 while camping and not being able to cook fast enough on my little 2-burner Coleman.

People have to eat in shifts or coarses.

Boiling eggs all at once would solve that.

Also, my wife and I have been loving pre-cooked bacon. Much less messy than having to fry off all the grease yourself. The price is actually about the same as regular bacon in terms of how much bacon you actually end up with.

If you are boiling eggs in a bag you don't need the bacon grease anyways, so why not bring pre-cooked bacon, snip it up, and toss it in the bag for bacon omlets.

I suppose a person could also simply pre-cook their own bacon before the trip too.
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Postby PresTx82 » Sun May 14, 2006 10:46 pm

I just tried the Omlet in a baggie and it works well except that there's not much flavor. I threw in onion, tomato and some pepper. I'll try it out in the camp with the kids, but I feel that you'd get more flavor if you cook the ingredients into the egg as in a pan. Stirring the ingredients in a hot pan releases the flavors in the foods blending it all together.

I do like the way you leave no mess and there's no pan to clean.
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Postby wants-a-tear » Fri May 19, 2006 1:38 pm

cubby_1969 wrote:OK, I posted them on my webpage. Most are in DOC format for word. Excuse any spelling errors etc, and they aren't organized very well, but you should find lots of good recipes.

These are all recipes from other campers. The information was given freely, so please don't sell, change, etc. I've tried to give the source where possible.

http://tinyurl.com/8hk57

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Hi Duane,

I clicked on the tiny URL to check out the recipes. However, it says that it is a members only area, and a password is needed. Do we need to join somehow to be able to look at the recipes?

Thanks.
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Postby mike54 » Tue Jun 13, 2006 9:22 pm

would seal a meal bags work for this make the bags up at home seal the bags without the vacuum.
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Postby Micro469 » Tue Jun 13, 2006 10:21 pm

cubby_1969 wrote:OK, I posted them on my webpage. Most are in DOC format for word. Excuse any spelling errors etc, and they aren't organized very well, but you should find lots of good recipes.

These are all recipes from other campers. The information was given freely, so please don't sell, change, etc. I've tried to give the source where possible.

http://tinyurl.com/8hk57

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Tried to look at the files..... They want me to sign up for a .Net Passport.......YEA RIGHT!!
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