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Camp Recipes and Cooking

Tales of Scout cooks, prized techniques and yummy recipes for gathering around the fire.


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  1. Taco Soup

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  2. Cub Scout Cooking 1 2

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  3. Covid Cooking

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  4. Oktoberfest Meal

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  5. Campfire Beef Stew

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  6. Three Sisters Pottage

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  7. Iron Chef Food

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  8. Fooled to want foil?

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  9. The Frugal Camp Menu 1 2 3

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  10. Egg McMuffin

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  11. Popcorn

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