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Zip Baggie Omelets

2 eggs
Omelet extras such as:
diced ham
grated cheese
hash browns
diced tomatoes
diced onions

quart size freezer bag
Large pot of boiling water

Put 2 eggs (no more than 2)
in a zip freezer bag and extras
as desired. Zip bag closed and
mix, breaking yokes. Place bag
a large pot of boiling water.
Boil 13- 15 min. Remove from pot
and pour onto a plate.  Enjoy!!

These are great for a crowd!
Each person can write their
name on the baggie with a permanent
marker and fill as desired.  They
can be made the night before and
kept in the refrigerator until ready
to cook.


Catfish Days Mustard Dip

8 oz yellow mustard

8oz sour cream

8 oz regular mayonnaise

1 pkg dry Ranch dressing mix

1/2 cup sugar

2 tsp powdered onion

1 Tbs powdered garlic

2 Tbs horseradish

Mix ingredients together. Refrigerate at least one hour before serving. 

Invite your friends over to enjoy :)



Grilled Pineapple Spears

 One peeled and cored pineapple
 1/3 cup caramel sauce
 2 Tbsp sweetened flake coconut

 1. Slice pineapple into 10 spears by cutting
 down the length of the fruit.

 2. Slide each spear onto two wooden skewers, pushing sticks halfway into the piece of fruit.

 3. Grill over a low flame, about 2 minute per side.

 4. Transfer to a serving plate.

 5. Drizzle caramel sauce over fruit and sprinkle with coconut.
Campfire Buttermilk Biscuits

2 cups white flour
2 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp baking soda
1/3 cup vegetable oil
2/3 cup buttermilk

Place dry ingredients in a heavy paper sack.
Stir with a stick.  Pour liquid ingredients on
top of dry ingredients. Gently stir the dough
mixture until dough rounds up into a ball.
Place a small ball of dough on the end of a stick
and cook over an open campfire.  This takes
approximately 5 minutes.  Take caution not to
burn biscuit!


Dryer Lint Campfire Starters

Dryer lint
Cardboard egg crate
paraffin or candle wax

Collect dryer lint and stuff in cardboard egg crate. Melt paraffin or old candle wax in a double boiler.  Pour wax over dryer lint. Let harden.  To use, tear apart the egg crate and use 2-3 to start your fire.