Tag Archives: dutch oven

Dutch oven feature
By Community Submission
Aug 01, 2015

“Where’s my Dinner?”

After a long day, everyone’s hungry.  Here are a few easy, great tasting additions to your evening meal. Chicken and Rice Into a prepared Dutch Oven, put the following items: 2 cans of Cream of Chicken Soup (spread across bottom) 2 soup cans of water 2 cups of white Rice (evenly sprinkled on top of […]

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By Community Submission
Jul 25, 2015

“We want some Lunch!”

Be sure to check out my other posts:  Scout’s Guide to Beginning Dutch Oven Cooking,  Cleaning a Dutch Oven, and What’s for Breakfast It has to be quick, and the patrol has to want to eat it.  The Dutch Oven is not an oft-used appliance for most Scouts’ lunch preparation, but here are some recipes for […]

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By Community Submission
Jul 18, 2015

“What’s for Breakfast?”

(This is part three in a six part series) Just in time for your Troop’s Pioneer Day Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser: Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. A long day of hiking or camp activities must be started with a meal that “sticks to your ribs.” Here are a few ideas for using […]

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By Community Submission
Jul 11, 2015

Cleaning a Dutch Oven

(This is part two in a six part series) Scouts Guide to Beginnng  Dutch Oven Cooking Cleaning a Dutch Oven What’s for Breakfast What’s for Lunch What’s for Dinner What’s for Desert The easiest way to clean a Dutch Oven is to not get it dirty to begin with. If possible, even when food is cooked […]

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By Adrian
Jun 01, 2015

Pinterest for Scouters

Most people think that Pinterest is just a website for women to share their recipes and cutesy crafts.  I have to admit, there is SOME truth to that, but it also can be an amazing tool for finding resources for your Scout Troop or Cub Pack. There are literally thousands of boards out there run […]

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By Darryl Alder
Mar 21, 2015

Brunch in a Bucket

Well not exactly …it’s in a Dutch Oven, but then it loses its alliteration (dang). This meal is really like dumping it in a bucket and off you go.  It’s a take-on-any campout, campfire breakfast skillet (think Denny’s), but it’s topped off with biscuits and so much tastier. With today’s Scouting for Food service project starting […]

Get Ready for Campfeature
By Ali Mohammad
Apr 22, 2014

Get Ready for Camp!

When I was twelve, there was never a time I did not want to go to the mall with my mom. That was because ZCMI carried all the Scout Stuff a young Scout could dream of. Mom was busy with dresses or unmentionables and I was in kid heaven. There were axes and knives, compasses […]

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By Utah National Parks Council
Oct 16, 2013

Silver Beaver: Christine Beasley

Christine Beasley, St. George-UT Christine is a committed unit commissioner; she participated in training to understand Scout programs for older boys and is a member of the OA. Christine teaches Scouts to organize, cook and serve Dutch oven meals as service to others, and for fundraising projects. Congratulations to Christine Beasley-

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By Mat Greenfield
Jun 11, 2013

Is your dutch-oven holding you back?

I like dutch oven dinners. One of my favorites is boneless pork ribs in a bbq sauce. I like cobbler too, apple, cherry, peach – whatever! Sometimes when I think of camping, that’s the sort of things I have in mind, good food, a camp-chair, and a cot to sleep in. My wife and I like […]