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In this special campfire cooking edition of our widely-loved "Happy Snacking" series, Sport.Woot's team of camp gear testers shows you there's more to camp food than just scorched weenies with bits of ash on them because they fell in the fire.

 

skrwd


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Pretty neat idea

jnelson203


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We've been doing this type of thing for years. We just bake chopped potatoes and onions.

Gatzby


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The pouch actually turned out to be surprisingly tasty, but the smell of burnt gummiworm will forever make me ill.

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flyinggirl


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That sausage pouch looked good. I'm surprised there wasn't a sugar induced coma from the dessert pouch though.

HomerTime


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In boy scouts, we called these meals (minus the rye whiskey) "foil packs". Ground beef (or chicken) , chopped potatoes, onions, and/or carrots and you had a very tasty meal.

You always have some kid with the bright idea of adding whatever candy he has stashed away.

PemberDucky


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HomerTime wrote:In boy scouts, we called these meals (minus the rye whiskey) "foil packs". Ground beef (or chicken) , chopped potatoes, onions, and/or carrots and you had a very tasty meal.

You always have some kid with the bright idea of adding whatever candy he has stashed away.



sounds about right.


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scapsinger


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We called them "silver turtles" in scouts, and we usually had some kind of steak or chicken with potatoes/carrots/onions/etc. Always pretty good, I've even done it a few times in more recent years.

And I'm pretty sure our scoutmaster kept all the whiskey for himself. Something about "scout's honor" or whatever.