Sunday, May 10, 2009

Cook Bacon & Eggs in a paper bag!

Who says you can't cook bacon and eggs over a campfire in a paper bag?

Thanks to Backpacker Magazine, we all know how to do it now:

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smoky scout said...

Been teaching this in Girl Scouts for years!

Smoky Mountain Hiker said...

Ha! Scouts don't count - they already know everything, anyway!


Vicky said...

I liked the tip about freezing the cracked eggs in your water bottle.

A few years ago, I saw a backpacker transport his eggs in...the plastic little Easter Eggs you put candy in. He put each egg in an Easter Egg and reported he didn't lose a single one to cracking.

The water bottle-freezing technique is a little less colorful, but I bet it works out better in the long run. :)