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    What's the one meal you look forward to the most when at hunting camp?

    I just made Antelope chili. Took have and put into a vacuum seal bag and froze for elk camp in Nov. can wait for that meal after a long cold day hunting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    What's the one meal you look forward to the most when at hunting camp?

    I just made Antelope chili. Took have and put into a vacuum seal bag and froze for elk camp in Nov. can wait for that meal after a long cold day hunting.
    that's easy. THE NEXT ONE!



    sounds good.
    I seldom bother to cook when hunting .I tend to do a lot of hiking when I hunt. when I get back to camp most anything edible is a feast to me. then bed and in morn ,do it again.

    now , if just camping, I play with the dutch oven.

    the cobblers are usually a hit.


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    Man I've wanted to get a Dutch oven but I'm kinda in that same. Pat. I don't want to mess with making a full on dinner more like a warm up of pre made foods.
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    I like a good steak and baked potato. Just bury your potato in foil paper on the outside of your fire pit and when you get back from hunting it's good to go. I recommend not to close to the fire or it will be well over done.

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    I do enjoy cooking in camp, on a buddies cow hunt 2 weeks ago i made oxtail stew in tbe dutch oven. Its now the new camp favorite over ham and beans and gumbo according to the guys in camp. Served with a big salad and garlic bread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    Man I've wanted to get a Dutch oven but I'm kinda in that same. Pat. I don't want to mess with making a full on dinner more like a warm up of pre made foods.
    That's why in camp designate a dinner guy each day. He only hunts till 3-4pm that day and is back at camp by 1800 so after dark a hot meal is waiting!

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    When hunting out of a camper and the sun goes down early, I eat like a king. Otherwise my hunting meals have become very spartan in the backcountry.
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    I've always wanted quick and easy but I think some pre prep could make for some fine dinners.
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