I love food and trying new things! Especially from my Italian and Slovak heritage. Also, things that can be cooked over a campfire!
Sounds great everyone! I can't wait to try a few of these!
The only one that really bothers me is the - Serious Eats Dating.....really!!??
The winner is..........Carrot/Cabbage Cake.......yuck!! Way to ruin good cabbage!!
Apple, Cherry, Blueberry, or Peach! PLUS Shepard's Pie and Chicken Pot Pie!!! YUMMY!!!
I agree with Zinnia1 - Wild game! My family eats venison way more than beef. It is also better for you than beef. A more lean meat. Sounds like a great new topic to start for sharing recipes!
Del Grosso in PA has an awesome pizza sauce that is a New York Style. But if I am in the mood for a sweeter sauce I choose Jioio's Pizza Sauce. It's from a restaurant in Greensburg, Pa. I have also heard that Pastorelli is really good!
@Remander - Wow that seems so simple! I will have to try it!
@drsfoodienyc - they have a website stellofoods.com and it's under bbq sauce.
ANYTHING CHOCOLATE!!!! ;)
I have a small roast in the crockpot that I am going to shred when I get home to make hot roast beef sandwiches, then making home made french fries, plus Cheesy Broccoli. Not very healthy here!
Wow! That is being brave! So which was the best one so far?
Hmmmmm as "simple" as pizza can be there are so many different kinds! But I am willing to bet if it gives a solider some comfort - close will be close enough!
How romantic!!! You may have a few extra guests! ;)
Jim's Famous Hot Dog Sauce - http://www.stellofoods.com/shop/item.aspx?itemid=442
Isaly's - http://www.stellofoods.com/shop/search.aspx?sfield=keywords&search=isaly%27s
Have you heard of or ate at Jim's (West Mifflin) - creator of Jim's Famous Hot Dog Sauce? It is for sure a Burgh thing! They sell it on the same website as the Isaly's!
@CJ McD - I am so thrilled that someone else is familiar with Bagna Cauda!! Usually people look at me like I am crazy! I can't wait to try the recipes you shared.....Grazie!
@KarmaFreeCooKing - that looks so cool! Thanks for sharing
@Zinnia1 - I wil check that site out for sure! Here is my favorite site : stellofoods.com. They specialize in mostly PA regional items. One of our family favorite being the Isaly's BBQ Sauce. My dad made a awesome bbq ham sandwich that he sold in his deli at our store but I would say Isaly's would be a close second ;)!
Hands down Bagna Cauda!!! I have such great memories of everyone huddled around my Nannies kitchen table eating this! It also turned into a right of passage for anyone who was to marry into the family to try this. Some loved it....others like my husband.....couldn't get past the main ingredient. Bagna Cauda - Olive oil, is gently warmed with garlic cloves and anchovies until the oil is scented, the garlic is softened, the anchovies are dissolved and tamed. We also add tuna fish to it. Essentially, it is an Italian dip. We use fresh cabbage, peppers or fresh italian bread to dip in it.
We got a dutch oven last year and did try some desserts in it and chili once. I am looking forward to trying more this year! My kids are kind of picky and some of the recipes that came in the book they aren't willing to try.....ugh! Here's to warmer temps and camping soon!
Wow!!! Completely overwhelmed by all the responses!!
1 - HOBO DINNERS! Love them! My father-in-law uses a can cooker. We put corn on the cob on the bottom, then layer cabbage, potatoes, onions, carrots, ham & kielbasa with butter and water to keep it from burning. Then put a quarter over the hole and when the steam pushes the quarter off it is done. We do this over the fire and it is so good!
2. We have a camper but cook everything over the fire. We only cook inside when it's raining so hard that you can't cook outside.
3. We have a pie-iron and started experimenting with it last year. Found a campers cookbook book with lots of recipes. But we need to buy more than 1! :)
4. THANK YOU for all the amazing recipes so far. I can't wait to try them!
1 of our favorite recipes is using a local stores Peach Bourbon Bbq Sauce and marinating shrimp in it and then putting them on skewers. Cook over fire and the bbq sauce caramelizes and is oh so yummy!
Did you cook it over a fire or on your grill?
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