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Camping Recipes

 

 
Camp Recipes

CARDBOARD BOX OVEN

Source: * Exported from MasterCook *
Recipe By : From "The Geezer Cookbook", by Dwayne Pritchett.
Serving Size : 1 Preparation Time :0:00
Categories : Camping Tips Cooking Tips
Geezer's Cookbook

Find a corrugated cardboard box about 2 in larger around than a cookie
sheet. Make sure it has an intact bottom and top "ears". Cut the bottom
out all the way around and secure together with duct tape.
Line the box inside and out with heavy duty aluminum foil and secure seams
with duct tape. Cut foil at the corners to free "ears". This is for
venting. Line the lid with foil and secure seams with duct tape.
Get four wire coat hangers and snip the hook off below the twist and
straighten. Punch holes in the box about 6 in from the top, then push
hanger wires thorough to make a rack.

To Use:
Start a charcoal fire with 6-8 briquettes in an old metal pie pan. Place
a piece of foil on the ground shiny side up. Put the pie pan on the foil
and place the oven over the pie pan. Put your food to be baked on the
rack and cover with the lid. If you have a meat thermometer, stick it
into the box just below the rack. 6-8 briquettes should bring temp to
325-350. Add or take out to adjust temp. This should be done before
starting to bake.

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NOTES : This cookbook can be found at the "Cooking for Scouts and
Scouters" WEB page, URL
http://www.macscouter.com/Cooking/index.html.

 
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