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Unread 07-26-2012, 04:57 PM   #16
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Saw this too late for your trip but for other cookouts consider "beef bundles". Found it in a grilling cookbook and it reminded me of making these as a kid in the boy scouts. You take ground beef ( would probably work with any kind of meat) prepare it like you would for a burger or meatloaf. We mix in seasonings, chopped onion, pepper etc. Form it into single serving size little meatloafs, a little more thicker and maybe more oval shape than a burger would be. Place it on a layer of aluminum foil, I actually double it up if not using the heavy duty stuff. Cut up potatoes, bell pepper, onion what ever you want to have with it. We even add some pineapple. Place it all on top of the beef, season however you like. Then fold the sides of the foils up over everything and connect the 2 sides, the ends can be rolled up and twisted forming sort of a handle at the top. Then you just set it on the grill for around 25 to 30 min. The bottom part of the meat might get a little overdone sometimes but you can dump the whole thing out on a paper plate and toss the foil away. No clean up involved and everything cooks together.
These are awesome.



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Unread 07-26-2012, 05:12 PM   #17
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We call these^ hobo meals. Been cooking them for years when we need a good easy camping meal, or even a lazy dinner at home.
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Unread 07-26-2012, 11:23 PM   #18
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I think I have cooked them more for a lazy dinner at home than for camping. No pot, pans or plates to clean up after
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Unread 07-26-2012, 11:45 PM   #19
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It's an easy camping dinner. We usually just bring the meat prepped and just cut up everything else there at our site. One Tupperware container to scrub in the river that's it. Eat it right out of the foil plate you cook it in.
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Got time at home before the trip?

Smoke a Pork Shoulder - once it hits 200 degrees or so, pull it off, wrap it in foil & towels, put it in a cooler, and head out to the lake with your cooler and buns. Shred/Pull the meat when you are ready to eat.

Meat will stay nice and hot for HOURS in the cooler, foil, and towels.
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Unread 08-02-2012, 11:23 AM   #21
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Ive gotten into pizza grilling I've also smoked pizza too. Comes out great
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If you have never grilled a tri-tip cut of steak - you really need to. This is a cut that is more prevalent in the west, but I think it's gaining popularity in other areas as well. It's a great piece of meat when it's seasoned and grilled - especially over mesquite charcoal.
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Ive gotten into pizza grilling I've also smoked pizza too. Comes out great


Hell yeah..... I once did a birthday party
for the neighbor's daughter, and grilled
about 30 pizzas one day. Everyone got
to top there own pizzas, then brought
them to me to grill!



Here something everyone should try...


1 small can chipotle peppers in adobo sauce
9 tblspn orange juice or lime
2 tblspn old bay
2 tblspn oregano
6 tblspn olive oil
Blend well in food processor
1 bag raw shrimp peeled & skewered
Marinade for about 30 min and grill


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^im hungry, nothing beats grilled shrimp
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