scouts-l Mail Archive for March of 2000: Re: 1 Pot Meals
Michael A. Golrick (mgolrick@SCLC.ORG
Wed Mar 29 2000 - 18:33:18 CST
At 14:05:23 27 Mar 2000, Kevin Woods <kswoods@CISUNIX.UNH.EDU> wrote:
>OK...a couple of lighter items for the list in the midst of very deep and
>1. What is your favorite 1 pot meal?
>We are talking here about things like, cook the meat, take it out, boil or
>cook something else, take it out, put it all back in the SAME pot and cook
>it together, then serve! Or Put it all in 1 pot and cook! 1 Pot!
>I want to use it at next weeks training for new BSA leaders.
Hi Kevin -
For the camping trip last weekend I was grub master. Each meal was a one
pot meal (if you do not count dessert for dinner).
Breakfast - Mountain Man Breakfast [Cook bacon in Dutch Oven with onions,
add cooked cubed potatoes and eggs. Cook until eggs are done in middle.]
Lunch - Beef/barley soup [Had stock bones. Cooked until meat was done. Took
out meat/bones & cleaned/cut up. Skimmed stock. Add onions, carrots,
potatoes & barley. Cook until carrots done.]
Dinner - Pot roast in Dutch Oven. I cooked 2 one pork, one beef [Braise
roast with seasonings on choice. Add onions celery and a little water. Cook
for 30 minutes. Add carrots & potatoes. Cook until meat, carrots and
potatoes are done.]
We had dump cake for dessert (I made enough for the troop. A total of 4
dutch ovens worth.)
Needless to say for the 9 of us, I used 15 lbs of potatoes, 4 lbs of
carrots, 4 lbs of onions plus the 7 lbs of meat.
However, no one went hungry!
Yours in Scouting
Michael Golrick Michael.Golrick.email@example.com
Troop 68, St. Theresa's Church, Trumbull CT
...and a good old Buffalo, too