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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357 View Post
    I LOVED THAT FRENCH TOAST!!!!!!!

    (the spicey chicken the night before was really good too!)
    I know Hiram liked the spicy chicken. We were both enjoying it and I noticed beads of sweat on his forehead. (Or maybe that was from drinking diet beer in public )
    Good chicken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollora View Post
    Seems there is never an event but what someone discovers a new taste treat and wants the recipe. Maybe is there is space on this site we should start an Event Recipe Thread subtitle.
    Thats a great idea Hollora. Start a subtitle thread under Misc/Other. and call it just that. Event Recipes.

    That french toast recipes sounds like it was a hit. I'm curious though...wasn't the bread soggy after sitting overnight in the egg mixture or is does it bake itself out after its been in the oven?
    Sounds delicious anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxgloves View Post
    Thats a great idea Hollora. Start a subtitle thread under Misc/Other. and call it just that. Event Recipes.

    That french toast recipes sounds like it was a hit. I'm curious though...wasn't the bread soggy after sitting overnight in the egg mixture or is does it bake itself out after its been in the oven?
    Sounds delicious anyway.
    the tops were nice and crispy, and the bottoms were fruity soaked. (kinda like how bread turns out in a bread pudding) I think the keyword to describe it was... yummy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxgloves View Post
    Thats a great idea Hollora. Start a subtitle thread under Misc/Other. and call it just that. Event Recipes.

    That french toast recipes sounds like it was a hit. I'm curious though...wasn't the bread soggy after sitting overnight in the egg mixture or is does it bake itself out after its been in the oven?
    Sounds delicious anyway.
    Cooking is a science and it's obvious you have studied! It bakes itself out and really doesn't seem soggy to me. The strawberries and bananas make a sauce.....ummm! This is a great one to prep before you leave on a trip like if you are going sailing and have an oven in a galley. I have never tried it with a relfective oven over a campfire but might work.

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    Now Hiram has described his take on the outcome. I guess I should do it again next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollora View Post
    Cooking is a science and it's obvious you have studied! It bakes itself out and really doesn't seem soggy to me. The strawberries and bananas make a sauce.....ummm! This is a great one to prep before you leave on a trip like if you are going sailing and have an oven in a galley. I have never tried it with a relfective oven over a campfire but might work.
    next campout we can put this in my dutch oven, I did an apple crisp in it a couple weeks ago that came out really good!

    baked the apples in the dutch oven for about 15 minutes with brown sugar and cinamon and butter, then we covered the apples with a topping that was brown sugar, oats, and some other stuff, put the lid on it, covered it with coals for about 15 more minutes and the apples came out nicely done with a nice crispy topping. (camping is all about the food)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357 View Post
    . . . (camping is all about the food)
    And here I thought it was all about the beverages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357 View Post
    next campout we can put this in my dutch oven, I did an apple crisp in it a couple weeks ago that came out really good!

    baked the apples in the dutch oven for about 15 minutes with brown sugar and cinamon and butter, then we covered the apples with a topping that was brown sugar, oats, and some other stuff, put the lid on it, covered it with coals for about 15 more minutes and the apples came out nicely done with a nice crispy topping. (camping is all about the food)
    That sure sounds good Aaron. You have to make some the next time we camp. Anybody camping this weekend? Looks like I may bail on the island camping event. Still waiting to see if the weather improves. I am free in 2 weeks. Going anywhere fun?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainiac1957 View Post
    That sure sounds good Aaron. You have to make some the next time we camp. Anybody camping this weekend? Looks like I may bail on the island camping event. Still waiting to see if the weather improves. I am free in 2 weeks. Going anywhere fun?

    The closer it gets, the more it looks like we're not going to do the warren island either. So where we headin too?
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    As much as I would love to go to Warren Island - a day in the rain - hummm. I am willing to go if Brad is willing to drag me. Otherwise maybe we can do a cache run!

    I have never used an oven camping so that sounds like fun. And yes, camping is All about food.

    Next year maybe I will make my breakfast cookies! Those are good munchies. Made with oats, cheese, eggs, bacon - yum!

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