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    Simple, fresh food ideas for a 2 night camping trip with friends requires a fuss free approach to meals for our family of 4. We will have some cooking facilities such as a bbq...

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    Yiros? Yiros meat, pita bread on BBQ then just some salad?

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    Potato bake, steaks, garden salad.

    Just do some potatoes in a tin foil BBQ tray and cover in foil, put lid of BBQ down for about 45 - 60 mins depending on how deep your layers of spud are?

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    Hamburgers
    steak/chops with potatoes sliced thinly coated in oil/herbs and cooked on BBQ with side salad (pre made coleslaw)
    Any meat on BBQ and take a potato salad with you
    Bacon and egg burgers
    Kebabs
    If it's a BBQ you can do roasts in that is easy - chuck veges in with the roast

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    Thanks everyone!

    Anymore ideas?

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    If your camping spot has an actual fire, and you have a cast iron dutch oven, then you can make stews or anything...Last Christmas before this one, DP and I went camping, and I made a roast chicken and roast veges, a beautiful lamb stew with dumplings and bread. We ate pretty well. Also, on your bbq you could do bbq corn in alfoil, like others have said hamburgers and the other stuff. I guess it depends how much preparation you want to do...the good thing about a camp oven, you can just chuck everything in, and stir it occasionally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marchbundle View Post
    If your camping spot has an actual fire, and you have a cast iron dutch oven, then you can make stews or anything...Last Christmas before this one, DP and I went camping, and I made a roast chicken and roast veges, a beautiful lamb stew with dumplings and bread. We ate pretty well. Also, on your bbq you could do bbq corn in alfoil, like others have said hamburgers and the other stuff. I guess it depends how much preparation you want to do...the good thing about a camp oven, you can just chuck everything in, and stir it occasionally.
    This! We've had some amazing meals out of the camp oven.

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    Agree with camp oven - if you are a able to have an open fire nothing beats it. Anything you can cook at home you can do in a camp oven and tastes 100 times better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kellbell85 View Post
    Agree with camp oven - if you are a able to have an open fire nothing beats it. Anything you can cook at home you can do in a camp oven and tastes 100 times better!


    Oh yes I totally agree

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    Tacos, fajitas...
    If it's a short trip I will often precook something..like spaghetti bol and just warm up


 

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