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Speaking of Real Eggs in a Bag...
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Monty Montana
(TarasBulba) - MLife

Locale: Rocky Mountains
Speaking of Real Eggs in a Bag... on 05/21/2009 01:17:06 MDT Print View

You probably won't believe me if I told you that bacon and eggs can be cooked over hot coals in a paper bag, so check out the video at Incredible! I've long forsaken open fires but maybe I'll try this on my BB. Or in the back yard.

Laurie Ann March
(Laurie_Ann) - F

Locale: Ontario, Canada
Paper Bag Cooking on 05/21/2009 07:09:47 MDT Print View

We did that with a cake back when I was in 4-H (it was an "outdoor living" course). It was pretty neat. Same principle as parchment paper really.

Jesse H.
(tacedeous) - MLife

Locale: East Bay, CA
cool on 05/21/2009 19:23:13 MDT Print View

thats awesome, I gotta try this next time im car camping, surprise my buddies

Joe Clement
(skinewmexico) - MLife

Locale: Southwest
Speaking of Real Eggs in a Bag... on 05/21/2009 20:25:45 MDT Print View

Cake would be way cool. I'll have to find those instructions.

Tom Caldwell
(Coldspring) - F

Locale: Ozarks
Speaking of Real Eggs in a Bag.. on 05/21/2009 20:37:45 MDT Print View

Before you try impressing your buddies, practice. I used to do this with canned biscuits included. Toss in your bacon on the bottom, crack open the eggs and pour in, then set the biscuits on top. It does take patience and you have to get the heat just right. It always seemed like half the egg stuck to the paper, and you had to peel off the bacon.