While I usually run from anything that requires bring special equipment to camp, this is good enough to make an exception. We’ll just have to try some different uses for the Lodge cast iron biscuit pan. Thanks to the Jelly Toast Blog for this awesome recipe. Continue reading “Sausage Peppered Biscuit Breakfast”
Here is a good one. I a bit different than typical sandwiches, this is a puffy pastry that tastes a bit like a donut. It will be a welcome change of pace for a breakfast or even a snack. It is super easy, but be careful with the heat. You want a delicate browning and with a hot fire, you can easily burn these.
The Mountain Pie Cook-Off is back! The entries are lining up. In the breakfast category, we have Mountain Monkey Bread in pie iron one…
Mountain Monkey Bread? Yeh, Mountain Monkey Bread. And it’s good. Here’s what you do.
Review of KOA Buckeye Lake
We headed west for a quick weekend with the Aliner in tow. The weekend before, a quick search located a campground about 40 minutes east of Columbus, our final destination for Saturday. KOA Buckeye Lake seemed to sit right off of I-70, accessible easily, as we would possibly arrive after dark and the farm roads in eastern Ohio can be curvy and dark.
In mid June, we headed west – destination: Hocking Hills, Ohio. First timers, we had only heard stories of the caves and hills of this region. We needed to see for ourselves. Living in Pittsburgh, we found it hard to believe that Ohio actually had the type of topography described by visitors instead of the plains that we tended to see miles before us just before crossing the Pennsylvania border.
This was adapted from a Marlboro cookbook that I have for campfire cooking. To make it easy, pack portioned spice mixes at home, label them, and bring them all together in one little cup to easily add to the stew without measuring. Worcestershire sauce can be measured and portioned for travel as well.
We love to hike and to photograph nature on those hikes. I picked up two books that I am using for planning our 2013 trips. Continue reading “Two Books for Summer Camp and Hike Planning”