Tag Archives: Cooking

By Ann Shumway
Mar 31, 2017

Cooking Merit Badge Adventures Are Back at Camp JJ

Last year, Camp Jeremiah Johnson hosted a few Cooking Merit Badge Adventures –they were so popular, they are planning another series for 2017! Scouts can now register.  The Cooking Merit Badge is Eagle required, and due to many elements it takes some time to complete. Thanks to the new Merit Badge Adventures, Scouts have a […]

By Paul Tikalsky
Mar 03, 2017

How Seven Merit Badges Prepare Future Missionaries

The end of high school often marks a drastic transition for LDS boys. After tricky tests and part-time employment, the boy accepts his biggest job yet, working for God himself as a missionary.   Some parents may question: “Is my boy really ready? Has he been adequately prepared?” While I can’t answer that for you, I […]

By Darryl Alder
Nov 21, 2015

Breakfast with Buffalo Red

This delicious breakfast series is available each week at The Voice of Scouting, but is introduced to you here: Buffalo Red Breakfast Burritos 2 packages (24 ounces each) frozen hash browns 15 eggs, lightly beaten 4 Tbs chili powder 2 tsp garlic salt 1 Tbs ground cumin 1 lb uncooked chorizo 1 lb spicy sausage 4 […]

By Darryl Alder
Feb 09, 2015

Buddy Burner—a Scout’s First Stove

How to make a Buddy Burner and Hobo Stove Materials: √ Flat tuna, pet food or pineapple can √ Plain corrugated cardboard (not printed with bright inks or coated with wax or plastic) √ Candle wax or paraffin √ Wire coat hanger √ Wire cutters √ Nail and Hamer √ #10 gallon can (the large […]

By Steve Frisby
Feb 07, 2015

Caveman Breakfast Cookout

A long time ago I learned about the happy effect “cooking-shock” has on Scouts. Putting food directly into glowing coals or frying eggs on paper bags, will get nearly any age Scout or Scouter into cooking mode. Below are a few of my good friend Steve Frisby’s favorite minimalist breakfast foods: Breakfast in a baggie […]