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Banana Boats for Kids

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20 Jun 2002
The RETIRED Boring Camper
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Ingredients 1 Banana (not peeled) Mini marshmallows Chocolate chips Peel banana down one side and cut a wedge into it. Place marshmallows and chocolate chips into the wedge, and cover with peel and aluminum foil. Put into coals for about 5 minutes.
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06 Jun 2013 @ 13:11:28 pm
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OMW I am going to let the kids do this on our Trip next weekend.  They will love it! Laughing

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06 Jun 2013 @ 17:46:32 pm
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Sounds lekker Tongue out as u see I'mlicking my lips 

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06 Jun 2013 @ 18:01:55 pm
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Unfortunately we have no kids to make it for. Frown

Will just have to make it for us. Tongue out

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07 Jun 2013 @ 08:00:00 am
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I'll eat the marshmallows. You can have the banana. I don't like any fruit thats been cooked.

My point of view is. If fruit were meant to be cooked you would have picked them from the tree with a little flame under it's ar_e.

Enjoy
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07 Jun 2013 @ 09:53:58 am
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Do you ea raw meat Leon! Cause if that were the case there would be many flaming cows, pigs and chickens in the world too. How can you not like apple pie? Or caramalised banana pancakes? Or my personal favorite fried banana on a bacon and banana toastie. Yummy.... Make made fire, man cooks on fire. Lol
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07 Jun 2013 @ 12:14:07 pm
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Agree 100% with Leon. And Trentonskeeper...yes, we do eat raw meat. It's called Biltong!!!!

That said, I am a fan of Apple Pie, so maybe I only agree with Leon 99%.

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07 Jun 2013 @ 22:06:27 pm
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Raw, cooked, salted or dried, if it tastes good I will eat it. (within reason). Vegetarian is not a strong point with me.
I am told, by a reliable source, that the word "vegetarian" is an old Khoi San word meaning " useless hunter"
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08 Jun 2013 @ 06:49:18 am
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Agree 100% with Leon. And Trentonskeeper...yes, we do eat raw meat. It's called Biltong!!!!

That said, I am a fan of Apple Pie, so maybe I only agree with Leon 99%.

Biltong is not raw, it's cooked by acid (vinegar) and pickled (salt and spices) so not the same thing. Now if you eat steak tartar that is raw....yummy. As for the biltong, we just invested in a biltong maker and I had to find out the hard and expensive way that meat needs to be marinated first or it grow mould. Yuck, not a mistake I will make again. But that will teach me to read instruction manuals rather than think I know it all. Lol Awesome Fathersday gift by the way if anyone is looking. :)
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09 Jun 2013 @ 06:12:58 am
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I demolished a tub of steak tatare yesterday! Wife looked on in horror.

I also have a biltong maker and usually make a batch before each camping trip to take along.

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09 Jun 2013 @ 07:28:05 am
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Finished making my biltong last week to take on our long weekend and I could not resist the temptation, so I am making another batch today.
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09 Jun 2013 @ 08:27:02 am
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On my way to Slones Butchery this morning to get some meat to make Biltong and Droe Wors for our long weekend too. Their wors for Droe Wors is amazing if anyone lives near Bryanston and is intersted in variety, it has a nice red wine flavour and they do a apricot wors that is chewy and sweet too. I am experimenting with making my own Spices for Biltong at the moment because I hate coriander seeds but I just can't get a nice balance, my last batch was so sweet it was disgusting. My sons loved it and I used the last yesterday to make a nice biltong, banana and cheese bread but it was really not lekker. Can one of you maybe share your spice recipe, I'll leave out the seeds though. Thanks :)
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