Grilled Corn on the Cob
6 Ears corn on the cob unhusked
Bucket of water
Salt and Pepper
Leave the husks on the corn and place them in the bucket of water.
Leave in the water for a minimum of one half hour, making sure to turn them around once or twice to make sure that all leaves
absorb some water. Take the corn out of the bucket, still leaving the husks on, and place on a cooking grate in a grill
or over a fire. Allow to cook, turning occasionally to ensure they are evenly done. Cook for approximately 15
minutes, or until it "smells done". Remove from grill, husk the corn, bath in butter and salt, devour.
* You can also place the ears of corn directly onto coals,
but be sure that they are well soaked!
1/4 Ground Beef in a patty
Chopped Green Peppers
Salt and Pepper
Sharp Cheddar Cheese sliced
1 sheet of aluminum foil approx. 14" long
Place patty on foil with peppers, onion, potatoes and cheese on top.
Season with salt and pepper. Roll the foil closed around the ingredients being sure to seal it shut. Place on
hot coals for about 5-10 minutes per side depending on how hot the fire it. When done, open foil, eat, pack foil out.
1 Apple (I prefer Granny Smith)
3 Kraft Caramels
1/2 Tbs. butter
Core the apple. Sprinkle inside with sugar and cinnamon. Place
butter and caramels inside. Sprinkle the entire thing with more sugar and cinnamon. Wrap in aluminum foil and
bake over coals for about 7 minutes. Unwrap and eat.
2 C. flour
1 C Corn meal
3 tsp. baking powder
2 C. Milk
2 Tbs. paprika
1 tsp. salt
1 package of hotdogs
3 C. oil
Mix all dry ingredients in a jar. Add eggs and mix. Then add milk slowly to make a thick
batter. Skewer hot dogs and dip into batter in jar. Place in oil, turning if necessary until golden brown all
the way around.