Open Fire Cooking

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Cristopher.Huys

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Next to offroading and overlanding in general cooking on open fire is my great passion. From an easy steak Caveman style to entire 7 course meals. I love starting at 5am in the morning and working the fire all day long while friends and family gather to feast around the fire and end with a nice beer and some good tunes. Ofcourse I'm always looking for new ideas, setups, recipes our overal knowledge of open fire cooking. And I'm sure many of you have spent more hours nurturing a fire and cooking over it then I do. So all pictures and or ideas are welcome!91229
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Steve in Roanoke VA

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Next to offroading and overlanding in general cooking on open fire is my great passion. From an easy steak Caveman style to entire 7 course meals. I love starting at 5am in the morning and working the fire all day long while friends and family gather to feast around the fire and end with a nice beer and some good tunes. Ofcourse I'm always looking for new ideas, setups, recipes our overal knowledge of open fire cooking. And I'm sure many of you have spent more hours nurturing a fire and cooking over it then I do. So all pictures and or ideas are welcome!View attachment 91229
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Everything tastes better to me cooked on a fire! Looks like you have it figured out pretty well. I almost always use a marinade or rub on any meat I cook, be it wild game, beef, pork, chicken, or fish.
 

Hans Sommer

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Everything tastes better to me cooked on a fire! Looks like you have it figured out pretty well. I almost always use a marinade or rub on any meat I cook, be it wild game, beef, pork, chicken, or fish.
Amen Brotha - I agree I love cooking over campfires. in fact I started a side business called Fire Grilling ! I don't 'like to haul a lot of stuff so I came up with the Cowboy Kabob which is basically a big ass Skewer that fits across fire pits. So my recipes are mostly using my Kabobs to come up with new ideas. Or I do a lot of foil pouches or whole turkeys etc. If your interested here's a link:

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Steve in Roanoke VA

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Amen Brotha - I agree I love cooking over campfires. in fact I started a side business called Fire Grilling ! I don't 'like to haul a lot of stuff so I came up with the Cowboy Kabob which is basically a big ass Skewer that fits across fire pits. So my recipes are mostly using my Kabobs to come up with new ideas. Or I do a lot of foil pouches or whole turkeys etc. If your interested here's a link:

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Thanks for the link, am going to check it out this afternoon. NICE skewers!
 

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Next to offroading and overlanding in general cooking on open fire is my great passion. From an easy steak Caveman style to entire 7 course meals. I love starting at 5am in the morning and working the fire all day long while friends and family gather to feast around the fire and end with a nice beer and some good tunes. Ofcourse I'm always looking for new ideas, setups, recipes our overal knowledge of open fire cooking. And I'm sure many of you have spent more hours nurturing a fire and cooking over it then I do. So all pictures and or ideas are welcome!View attachment 91229
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Looks good, I need to try open flame cooking.
 

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Amen Brotha - I agree I love cooking over campfires. in fact I started a side business called Fire Grilling ! I don't 'like to haul a lot of stuff so I came up with the Cowboy Kabob which is basically a big ass Skewer that fits across fire pits. So my recipes are mostly using my Kabobs to come up with new ideas. Or I do a lot of foil pouches or whole turkeys etc. If your interested here's a link:

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Looks good!
 

Edy Coyote

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Cooking is one of my favorite parts of overlanding. Picked up a potjie pot for the summer. Plan on doing some South African dishes up in the Rockies in the next couple months.
 
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grubworm

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Cooking is one of my favorite parts of overlanding. Picked up a potjie pot for the summer. Plan on doing some South African dishes up in the Rockies in the next couple months.
never heard of it...i see it has legs, is that for it to set in a bed of coals? doesnt look like its made to use on a stove burner. sounds interesting
 

Edy Coyote

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never heard of it...i see it has legs, is that for it to set in a bed of coals? doesnt look like its made to use on a stove burner. sounds interesting
Yes it's meant to cook over coals. Slow cook. Any various meats or vegetables can be put in, with any sauces you can think of. In South Africa cooking Poijkikos is a social thing.
 
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