Outdoor Cooking Practice Thread

Discussion in 'Cooking & Water Purification' started by rsnurkle, Jul 18, 2018.

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    Really nice. You cooked the heck out of that little stove.
    Breakfast looks great.
    And I like what they've done to the stove. They took away the pin that holds it together after you unfold it and they have added some locking tabs. Much better design.
     
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    Nice job on the breakfast meal @OMRebel !
     
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    MMMMM...trying to one up us, eh? That looks yummy (and refreshing!)
     
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    It's a really good design, functionally. But too small for my liking. I am going to look for one like it that is about the size of my coffee can hobo stove. That's the perfect size, but too bulky to haul around. Anybody have any suggestions?
     
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    I only use mine for holding a Trangia style burner. You have to use the Lixada burner (it came with mine), as it is a bit smaller than a real Trangia. It's perfect for that.
     
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    Thanks guys. I meant to take a picture of the finished product but they’re being devoured as I type...
     
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    Whaaat?! :28:
    Tease :D
     
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    i got one of those and have used it to manage a larger pot while using my White Box alcohol stove in it

    just the right big for a solo meal ;-)
     
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    I'm looking at one of these at the moment, after taking @zelph's advice about getting my hands dirty. It's a bit heavy to carry far, but I have wee little wood stoves for that. I'm looking for a pop-up folder with an ash pan that won't break the bank, and the MagicFlame is too rich for my blood. In any case it's lighter than the 5" Firebox (supposedly). If I pull the trigger (payday maybe?) I'll let everyone know my thoughts.


    edit (I forgot to add the link & pic!): https://www.amazon.com/SODIAL-Potab...tove&qid=1556733448&s=gateway&sr=8-4-fkmrnull

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    A couple rocks, a trioxane tablet, and some backwoods cocoa! Not necessarily "cooking" though.

    (You can see my left MOAB peekin' in the corner)

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    Great job, Hannah! That looks good! You gotta get a little campfire char on it to make it authentic. ;)

     
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    Could you please elaborate on your pita bread recipe? I'd like to expand my breadstuffs repitoire. :) thanks!

     
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    It's been a long time since I made it but I'm pretty sure it's just flour and water. You could also add things like yeast, salt, sugar, oil, etc to it as well.
     
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    I currently started watching this guy at Kent Survival, he does quite a bit of campfire cooking. He makes some Pita Bread in this video, his ingredients are similar to @CreativeRealms and shows a little bit of the process. Pita actions starts at 11:20
     
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    Awesome! That's a good one. He's got a good channel. It's cold, windy and raining here and, thanks to this thread, I really want to go outside and cook.
     
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    Y'know, it's content like this that epitomizes what this thread and bushcrafting in general should be, to me anyway. Not just gettin' by in the woods (whatever your woods are), but being comfortable and reveling in it. Well done, sir! :35:

    (Just when I thought I was doin' pretty good with my twig stove and grilled cheese in my backyard, along comes this. :eek: I gots to step up my game!)
     
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    A few seasoned and seared fatty pork chops and a chicken breast over a bed of sweet potatoes and granny smiths. Pasta salad and green salad for the sides.

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    That last picture should be in a calendar or on a magazine cover.
     
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    Went to upload some more cooking, checked my notes, and realized I apparently forgot to post some stuff from a TR here. This was a good trip for food:
    Thermos full of mint licorice tea was my MVP on that trip (#040)
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    For dinner, we grilled vegetables over the fire (#041):
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    Baked sweet potatoes in foil (#042):
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    Cooked steak (#043):
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    I mashed up garlic with a spatula and cutting board fit to slide into my pot (#044), a promising experience for my "easily carried food prep surfaces" side-quest:
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    Used the two ti pots as a double boiler for quinoa again, this time out in the wild, so I'm letting myself count this replication as good practice (#045):
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    Improvised a recipe (#046) of quinoa, enchilada sauce (opening the can was an adventure involving a fixed knife that I'm not going to repeat, despite our avoidance of any injuries, #048), and onion and green onion sauteed in ghee in a ti pan over flame (without burning, thank goodness, #047).
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    And recently, I tested out a friend's hot dog poker on a bratwurst (#049):
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    and successfully roasted ears of corn in a fairly lazy way, with minimal kernel loss to charring once I started soaking them in water after losing too much of the first test piece (#050):
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    I need to up my game and work on some weak areas (post-recipe clean up is a big one), but for now, I'm letting myself pass 50 with these small experiments.
     
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    Just about to hit the trail and I clicked on this thread. Now I need to rethink today's meal plan. Thanks folks! :32:
     
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    Cooking a whole cow this Saturday, anyone near Travelers Rest SC visit www.bovinoche.com for info. We will be cooking several other creatures over the fire also. Pics to follow
     
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    I am in LOVE with my Lodge carbon steel skillets. image.jpeg
    Fish before..

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    Fish during...

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    Fish after. Firm flakey deliciousness. :)
     
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    Well spent all day yesterday in the sun next to various different fires cooking. We had a 300lb cow, 2-35 lb pigs, 2-28 lb lambs, 1-38 lb wreck grouper, 50lbs of certified black angus prime beef ribs, a 52” inch rabbit paella plus we had a salad with fresh pork rind croutons.

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    Holy crap! That's some barbecue you got going there! I am huuuuungry!
     
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    And I bet there wasn’t any leftover...
    Your assistant is a real cutie.
     
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    This post is about a piece of gear that I am finding a great "like" for...I say like now cause it hasn't been fully tested yet. I bought a UniGear stainless steel, folding multi fuel stove/grill. this thing is heavier built than I expected as an Amazon find. I have at this point used it with a Spirit burner, wood/twigs and charcoal.....have also used it on the patio as an improvised windscreen for a butane stove. It is on the small side and I would call it a 1-2 person stove. But I have cooked eggs and bacon over it with wood/twigs...grilled Pork Chops, hot dogs and hamburgers on it using charcoal...(sorry, couldn't find my pics....) and boiled water using a spirit burner. .the firepan level can be adjusted to four different heights, or removed altogether. I am liking it and can't wait to get it in the field to use. 20181230_175056.jpg 71HchdtDsLL._SL1500_.jpg
     
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    That is nifty!
     
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    My daughter requested tacos yesterday so I made them over the fire at Camp Nana.

    First step was browning ground beef in my Best Steel pan, right on the coals.
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    Next was corn on the cob.
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    I've never cooked ribs before, inside or out, but felt up to the challenge. I started the rack on the coals and then moved it to the grill once it had seared on the outside.
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    Our tortillas were hung above the fire to warm up as everything else finished cooking. They were so good that we forgot to take pictures and some of us even started eating before we said Grace. ;)
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    The ribs look good, we’re they the heat and serve type?
     
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    There were. Lou's Pork Back Ribs. Easy peasy!
     
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    Hot or not it fire and food time.

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    3 meat stew, chicken,pork, shrimp. Loosely based on a recipe from the great one, Julia Childs, circa 1965.

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    Making up some base from the meat drippings in the carbon steel.

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    Wouldn't be a good recipe unless you are heating up the iron.
     
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    Got hot iron..best put bacon in it.

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    Bout an hour and 13 ingredients/steps later...

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    4 more steps and another hour.

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    Put it in a bowl man, I'm bloody starving over here!

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    My crew says it was goooood. ;)
     
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    brought our mini bbq to the campsite last weekend.
    It was delicious :)
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    I can almost smell this picture ;)
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    here is a pork loin wrapped in bacon spiced up nicely. had it hanging and hard to turn so ended putting it on the grill and turning. You have to make "toothpicks" to hold the bacon on. It was very tasty.
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    I'm limited to playing at home these days but cooking outside is cooking outside, right? I decided to try something new yesterday: steam baking in my kettle over my alcohol stove. I wanted this to be a trail friendly meal, so used just add water Bisquick, to which I added a bunch of pre-cooked shelf-stable bacon, and mixed it up in a ziplock freezer bag. I lined a re-purposed can with parchment paper, and squeezed in the dough. I placed three stones in my GSI kettle, set the biscuit tin on them, and added about an inch of so of water to the kettle. I didn't time it, but I think it took about 25 minutes or so to finish baking.

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    Meanwhile, I put the extra bacon and some left-over breakfast sausages into my Crusader cup to brown up over my BCB Crusader stove. I tried using alcohol right in it this time and it worked great, but not something I'd try on the trail due to huge flames. Once the meat was nicely browned, I added about a cup of left-over chicken gravy and let it all get happy together.

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    Ta-Dah! Biscuits & Gravy!

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    Here's a video too, in case you'd like to see more. Thanks for looking!

     
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    ah- hah; you are limited to great knives and equipment though :) good work
     
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    Well done jac! A steamed biscuit....I have got to try that. Looks delicious. Good video too, helps to see how excactly how it was done. Thumbs up for sure. :)
     
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    I'm keen to try steam baking some bannock/biscuit in my silicone squishy bowl, thanks for the nudge. Best part is you just invert the bowl when you're done and lick it clean.

    Watched about it here:
     
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    I have one of those silicone squishy bowls. It did cross my mind to try it for "jacs steamed biscuit" but I was afraid it would wind up as a puddle in the bottom of my kettle. Opinions?
     
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    As far as I remember, most foodsafe silicone is good to around 400°F or so. If one is steam baking, the ambient temp inside the pot should not get too high above 212°F as long as there is still liquid water in the pot. You should have no issues as long as the bowl is not resting against the pot wall. In the vid, the guy just floats his bowl in the water filled pot, I love that it's that easy, doesn't even need a trivet.
     
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    I went information hunting. According to the company (eco art via amazon) the squishy bowl is safe from -40f to 500f. That's...impressive to say the least. I think I'll do it in my ti snow peak though. ;). I'll try to get some pics of the experiment, this is something new I've never done.
     
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