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Camp Recipes was created in 2000 as an online community for people to share camping recipes with others interested in outdoor cooking.

The site came about as a result of planning a backpacking trip. I was searching the Internet for recipes to use while on a trek to the Wind River area of Wyoming. Many interesting recipes were located but I spent several hours looking through many sites. I found myself wishing that someone would create a place where everyone could post camping recipes - a place where the recipes would be freely available to all. I soon decided that I would be that someone and upon returning from the wilderness, Camp Recipes was born.

Camp Recipes was redesigned in 2005. A major upgrade to the site added a free newsletter, a member area, and an improved database to manage the growing number of camping recipes. A new cooking and camping tips resource was also introduced.

I encourage you to share your camping recipes and cooking tips. Please enjoy Camp Recipes and let me know what I can do to make this site more useful to you.


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In this tip I'll use the method and materials I used. I took a broken shovel handle and sawed off the splintered end and drilled a hole about two and a half, maybe three inches deep, right in the center.I then took a broken ro-tis-ary (I don't know how to actually spell it, so just sound it out.) and sawed off the end with a handle. I then took the spikes on the far end and slid them off the rod, and turned them to where the pointed ends were all facing the same direction. I tightened the prongs down as tight as possible, filled the hole about halfway with gorilla glue, and let it set over night. I now have a hotdog roaster that holds eight or more hot dogs, no telling how many marshmallows, and in survival situations, a fine fish or frog gig.

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