Tag Archives: Cooking

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 […]