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Bloody Mary Stewp

This is too thick to be soup, and too thin to be stew, so we call it stewp.3 cups V-8 juice1 ½ cups vodka2 tsp sea salt3 tsp freshly ground black pepper3 tsp onion powder3 tsp celery seed3 tsp Tabasco3 Tbsp lemon or lime juice3 Tbsp Worcestershire sa...

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Freeze Dried Foods for RV Travel

We bought a freeze dryer, with the intention of having better tasting freeze dried foods available.  It's been a wild success so far, and we're literally still in the experimental stage.So far, we've freeze dried fruits, raw and cooked vegetables, ha...

Earth stew

One of our favorite camping / campfire meals is what we like to call earth stew. It is a version of a beef stew with some added flavors. We tend to follow our meal with “Almost Pumpkin pie” for dessert. What’s your favorite go to meal while camping. 

Grilled Pizza

Who says you can't grill a pizza while camping?  A couple of tips: 1) buy premade pizza dough and 2) a pizza stone is a must.  In the grill / pellet smoker run it up to 400 degrees and BAM, you have a great personalized pizza!

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What is the duct tape of your kitchen?

What is your go-to for rescuing a ruined meal?I've used bacon and condensed milk to keep from throwing out melted ice cream. Fridge in the old tt went out. We had a third of a container of vanilla ice cream left. I mixed condensed milk in with it, ad...

Smoked Cowboy Beans

We're having a big family get-together soon and one of my kids requested a big batch of my beans. "Can you make it a double batch, dad?" It's my own recipe with bits and pieces taken from various inspirations. I need to refine the recipe though, beca...

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How do you do your turkey?

I'm looking forward to cooking our birds on Thanksgiving, but I'm curious to know how folks do their turkeys.I was hoping this new forum would have a built in poll feature, but I don't see one (yet).Do you:BakeFrySmokeOther?I'm doing two turkeys on t...

Electric cooler vs rv fridge

It seems everyone is making space for electric coolers and making them easier to use with sliding shelves. Are they that much better then rv fridges https://under-the-open-sky.com/best-wheeled-coolers/ that wouldn't require a special shelf?

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Show us what you cook on!

Let's see your setups and hear what you like and dislike. I'm currently using and enjoying:HitchFire grill station a Jetboil for my coffee a cast iron skillet for over the fire

Small Portable Smoker

I got this a while ago and finally got to use it. It works really well! Comes apart into a small carry bag so easy to take anywhere. You can use it on any heat source. I did a video review so you can see it.You can order it from Amazon.Video --> http...

Cranberry Cobbler

This is super easy, amazingly delicious, and the batter can be used with ANY fruit.  It's not overly sweet, but you could use less sweetener if you like.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-Eyxjp0x2o&t=4sI used two bags of cranberries, substituted almon...

Cold Smoked Cheese

I was down to my last packet of smoked cheese in the fridge, so it was time to do another batch. It's been cold enough and I finally had the time to do it.I buy the cheapest cheddar I can find from Smart & Final, which was two five-pound blocks of gu...

Fire, Cast Iron, and Soot

I've finally gotten into cast iron cooking. And I want to do it over a fire when we're camping.What do you do about the black soot that coats the outside of the pan? Do you just clean it off? And - how?Or do you have a special pan that is always gett...

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Texas Smoked Brisket

It didn't take long for us to pick up a pellet smoker to add to our outdoor RV kitchen.  The pellet smoker took a little getting used to, coming from an offset smoker of 25 years but, getting the hang of it.  Using a Traeger Pro 34 since we wanted to...

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