A good hunting camp is defined by the food. Several of my clients that I’ve booked hunting trips for will almost always report back first about the food, then the actual hunt. Our personal hunting camps are not much different. There is nothing better than a warm cooked meal after a long hard day of hunting. The only problem is that no one wants to do the work to get a good hot meal made after a long day of hunting. Even a simple meal like grilled burgers can seem like a daunting task. Years ago I solved this little dilemma by prepping the meals before our trip, freezing them and hauling them with us. When I get back to camp each evening, I simply throw the pre-made, thawed dinner into the oven and then relax. Even the clean up is easy. I prep all these meals into aluminum pans that can be heated in the oven, on a grill top or even over an open fire. Once everyone dishes up, the aluminum pan can be thrown away, making clean up a breeze. By the way, many of these dishes I make year-round and also share with friends and family when they are in need. Scroll down for the simple recipes I made for our latest trip and please let me know if you end up making any of these. Feel free to share as well to help a fellow hunter or camper out!
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