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RE: Ol' Blue

I was so sad she passed away. I have a few of her recipes that I have made several times. Wish I had gotten her cookbook.
Debbie 07/02/20 10:54am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Reuben Casserole

We make it with store bought Thousand Island dressing, sauerkaraut, swiss cheese. Also rye bread broken up. Like Super Dave posted. Been making this for years. So easy and good.
Debbie 07/02/20 10:48am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Fish Chowder

This is long but worth the time. I recommend the raw sea food mix and frozen shrimp. The final product freezes well for camping. Fish Chowder 1 ½ pounds of catfish or tilapia or cod (no salmon) or 2lb frozen raw seafood mix 1 ½ pounds of shrimp raw, peeled and divined or 1lb frozen cocktail shrimp tail removed 2 cups of red potatoes ,peeled, medium chop 1 cup celery chopped medium fine 1 cup carrots medium fine chopped ½ cup parsley chopped fine 1 large onion medium/ fine chopped 2 cubic inches of salt pork sliced into thin small squares. 4 Tbs butter ½ cup flour 1 cup milk Salt and pepper 2 Tbs olive oil Cut fish and shrimp into about one inch cubes. I have used small raw small shrimp whole. Heat olive oil in a pan and sauté salt pork for a bit and add onions. Add a bit of salt & pepper. Sauté till onions are translucent. Reserve everything from the pan in a bowl. Fill a 6 Quart pot with; potatoes, celery, carrots and parsley. Plus more salt and pepper to taste. Add water to the pot to cover everything. Then add the reserved salt pork and onions. Bring to a boil. Then turn down heat to a simmer and cover the pot. Melt the butter in a medium heat pan and add flour. Mix completely and then turn down the heat and add the milk, stirring to make a rue. When the potatoes are 3/4 cooked, add the rue and stir it in well. Adjust salt and pepper and cover the pot. When the potatoes are almost fork tender, add the fish. Cover the pot and simmer for five minutes. Adjust salt and pepper and add shrimp and simmer covered for five minutes. This makes maybe three quarts of chowder. It freezes well. Great with fresh corn bread as a meal. The more shrimp the better. Tilapia worked well. Catfish chunks are better & cheaper. I substituted two Aldi one lb. bags of their frozen “Fremont seafood mix” that is now in stock and added a pound of frozen cocktail shrimp cut into thirds. All the sea food went in frozen so I had to bring it all back to a boil for two minutes then simmer. This is a Civil War field cook book recipe with shrimp I added. I removed 3 eggs from rue. This was so good and easy to make. I used frozen raw seafood mix and shrimp. Otherwise followed recipe. It was great and AJR was right that it froze perfectly and tasted just as good when we had it again. Thanks. Deb
Debbie 07/02/20 10:22am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Trip to Northeast states

mdcamping - I'm originally from Southern California. Haven't live there for 47 yrs. I think the reason people think that way about W & E Coast is they are busy cities and people are on the go and don't have time for questions etc. We live in a small town in SW OK 3 miles by 5 miles, an hour to the next bigger town. We live a much slower life style and less stressful (hopefully live longer). We have people in this town that have never driven to the next town. Being raised in S. Calif. We notice it when we go back to visit and can't wait to get back to OK. Anyway, We can't wait to go again. So many places and so little time!
Debbie 10/21/19 04:44pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Trip to Northeast states

mdcamping - I'm originally from Southern California. Haven't live there for 47 yrs. I think the reason people think that way about W & E Coast is they are busy cities and people are on the go and don't have time for questions etc. We live in a small town in SW OK 3 miles by 5 miles, an hour to the next bigger town. We live a much slower life style and less stressful (hopefully live longer). We have people in this town that have never driven to the next town. Being raised in S. Calif. We notice it when we go back to visit and can't wait to get back to OK. Anyway, We can't wait to go again. So many places and so little time!
Debbie 10/21/19 04:43pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Trip to Northeast states

mdcamping - I'm originally from Southern California. Haven't live there for 47 yrs. I think the reason people think that way about W & E Coast is they are busy cities and people are on the go and don't have time for questions etc. We live in a small town in SW OK 3 miles by 5 miles, an hour to the next bigger town. We live a much slower life style and less stressful (hopefully live longer). We have people in this town that have never driven to the next town. Being raised in S. Calif. We notice it when we go back to visit and can't wait to get back to OK. Anyway, We can't wait to go again. So many places and so little time!
Debbie 10/21/19 04:42pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Trip to Northeast states

mdcamping - I'm originally from Southern California. Haven't live there for 47 yrs. I think the reason people think that way about W & E Coast is they are busy cities and people are on the go and don't have time for questions etc. We live in a small town in SW OK 3 miles by 5 miles, an hour to the next bigger town. We live a much slower life style and less stressful (hopefully live longer). We have people in this town that have never driven to the next town. Being raised in S. Calif. We notice it when we go back to visit and can't wait to get back to OK. Anyway, We can't wait to go again. So many places and so little time! Sorry not sure what happen, but didn't mean to post this 4 times. Won't let me delete.
Debbie 10/21/19 04:41pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Trip to Northeast states

Northeast Trip: I thought I would do a follow up on our trip. We had a wonderful trip. We took in a lot of the sights and places that everyone mentioned and a few extra. We met a lot of very nice people, even though I was told the East coast people aren't as friendly as Midwest. We did have our dog papers and they did check them at some campgrounds and Canada. We did not do the EZ pass just paid as we went. We covered 18 states and Canada. Our truck had no problems with the mountains. We had great weather. Thanks again. We are ready to go back and see more! Alaska next year!
Debbie 10/16/19 10:18pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Indiana

Looking for RV cg close to Plainfield, IN. For one night. We have fifth wheel.
Debbie 09/22/19 06:42pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: USA crossing to Canada from NY

Thanks everyone. We asked at the bridge. US CC so we were good. We stopped at the welcome center. We took 401/ 403 West. We are spending the night at Willow Lake RV Cg. Woodstock, Canada. Headed to Port Huron, MI. Milford, MI. Thks
Debbie 09/05/19 01:55pm Roads and Routes
USA crossing to Canada from NY

Question we are crossing with Fifth wheel from Buffalo NY, to Canada tomorrow. We noticed a toll road we think is on the Canada side. Question will they take US money or credit card? Or do we have to get Canadian?
Debbie 09/04/19 06:53pm Roads and Routes
RE: Poplar Bluff, MO

Any problems since the rains came and went? Don’t know we only stayed a couple of days.
Debbie 08/05/19 08:40am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Northern Michigan advice

Legs restaurant is nice. We drove the tunnel of trees an had lunch an a great desert there. Loved all the carved wood bar etc. we ate outside pretty views. Candy factory in Petosky.
Debbie 07/12/19 02:26pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Poplar Bluff, MO

If anyone is interested we stayed at Redman COE, Poplar Bluff. Southeast Nice sites easy back in, And FHU, picnic table we paid $12 senior rate. Easy to get to from interstate.
Debbie 07/12/19 01:59pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Trip to Northeast states

Just wanted to Thank everyone for all your suggestions. We are one day 5 of our 3 month trip. Cave City, KY Mammoth Cave tours tomorrow. Loved the drive today so green, lots of trees ?? Next stop Wright Patterson AFB, so hubby can get his airplane fill at the museum.
Debbie 07/11/19 06:12pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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