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Creative Camp Cooking Michelle Brandenburg Extension Educator Youth Development/4-H SDSU Cooperative Extension Campfire Cooking Offers a healthy alternative to “regular” campfire foods Can be adjusted to cook at home Nutritious Reasonably Inexpensive Objectives

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Creative Camp

Cooking

Michelle Brandenburg

Extension Educator

Youth Development/4-H

SDSU Cooperative Extension

slide2

Campfire Cooking

  • Offers a healthy alternative to

“regular” campfire foods

  • Can be adjusted to cook at home
  • Nutritious
  • Reasonably Inexpensive
slide3

Objectives

The students will:

  • Identify Various Ways to

Cook at a Campfire

  • Learn About Nutrition
  • Demonstrate Safe and

Accurate Cooking Skills

  • Learn About Food Safety
  • Learn About Campfire Safety
  • Have Fun!
slide4

Ways to Cook

at a Campfire

slide5

Cooking Options

  • On Coals
  • Over Fire
  • In Stock Pot
  • In Dutch Oven
  • On Griddle/Skillet
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Nutrition

  • Offer better alternatives to “regular” camping foods
  • Meet the Food Guide Pyramid recommendations
  • Provide healthy after school

snack options

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Nutritional Choices

Vegetables

Fruits

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Cooking Skills

  • Washing fruits and vegetables
  • Correct measurements for dry and

liquid ingredients

  • Knife techniques and safety
  • Use caution when cooking with heat
  • Cleanup is everyone’s responsibility
slide12

Food

Safety

slide13

Hand Washing Basics

1.

2.

Water

Soap

4.

3.

Paper Towel

Time

slide14

Amount of Time

One Meal

vs.

All Day

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Pack Safely

  • Use a cooler
  • Pack foods in frozen state if hiking

or backpacking

  • Skip mayonnaise and other very perishable foods
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Keep Clean

Remember to pack the following:

  • Disposable wipes
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Biodegradable soap
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Keep Cold Food Cold

The following items need to be kept below 40°F:

  • Meat
  • Eggs
  • Poultry
  • Leftovers
  • Fish
  • Salads
  • Dairy
  • Cut fruit
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Cook Food Thoroughly

  • Ground Beef 160°F
  • Steaks, roasts, chops 145°F
  • Pork 160°F
  • Poultry breasts 170°F
  • Poultry 180°F
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Avoid Cross Contamination

  • Place raw meats in separate sealed

containers

  • Do not use the same platter or utensils for

raw and cooked protein

  • Do not use the same cutting board for raw

meat and other foods

  • Wash hands with soap after working

with raw meats and eggs

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Campfire

Safety

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Supplies for

Building Campfires

  • Wood/charcoal
  • Kindling
  • Matches
  • Lighter fluid
slide22

Fire Safety Tips

  • Only put lighter fluid on unlit charcoal
  • Have items at hand in case an unwanted

fire occurs

  • Water
  • Shovel
  • Only start fires in open, outdoor areas
  • Do not start fires in grassy or wooded areas
  • Do not start fires in dry areas
  • Completely extinguish all campfires
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Fire Basics

  • Log cabin structure
  • Strip wood
  • Stir coals to distribute heat
  • Allow air movement
  • Be careful of tall grasses
  • Do not use aluminum, plastic or glass

as kindling

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Fun

Fun

  • All recipes received great reviews
  • All recipes received great reviews
  • Flexible
    • can change the recipe according to
    • the ingredients available and likes
  • Flexible
    • can change the recipe according to
  • the ingredients available, your budget
  • and the tastes of those cooking
  • Enjoy cooking
  • Enjoy cooking
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Helpful Tips

  • Use precooked meatballs and ham
  • Pre-measure and precut items
  • Wet, cold soil makes it difficult to

start fires

  • A team project
    • 1 person to watch the fire
    • 1 person to watch the preparation and safety
    • Other helpers if possible to assist in
    • preparation
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More Helpful Tips

  • Inquire about food allergies and

religious requirements

  • Laminate recipes used in making foods

but hand out copies at the end

  • Use disposable containers when possible
  • Adjust foods so they can cook faster

if time is an issue

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Questions?

Comments?