Ahhhh..... now that I no longer smell like smoke and... well, lets just leave it at smoke, shall we. I'm back from our "big family camping trip". Lots of campfire cooking, canoeing, laughing, and unfortunately for my brother and sis-in-law, congestion. Not a whole lot more to say about that. I've got a busy week ahead of me - heading out of town for school shopping, and I've started a writting class - part of a promise to myself. Wish me luck with that. I'll leave you for now with the recipe we threw together for breakfast the other morning - a big hit with all.
In one cast iron pan, scramble eggs with a little milk. In another, cook up cubed potatoes, diced onions, breakfast sausage, polish sausage, and bacon. Place one-serving sized portions of eggs and potato/meat mixture in the middle of a sheet of tin foil. Top with cubes of cream cheese and grated Cheddar. Wrap up and place in coals to melt the cheese. Eat right out of the foil. (I will note here that some chose not to put their breakfast into the fire, and enjoyed the coldness of the cream cheese. I myself melted mine down and mixed it all in. Your choice.)