Sunday, June 15, 2008


This last week we went camping with my family- 27 of us were there, missing just 5. Next year we'll be bigger, as 2 of us are expecting right now. Only the 4 older siblings are married and have children, so in another 15 years we are going to be one huge family. Here is just us outside our cabin, we had a good time. It rained and snowed and then finally the last day we were there the sun came out and the guys caught some fish- so we were able to have our fish fry after all. :-)
We each ate our own breakfast and lunches and then met at my parents cabin for dinner, we took turns cooking and had quite the tasty variety.
We had:
Green chili enchiladas
Spaghetti and french bread
Chili and corn bread
Tortilla soup (going to have to get this recipe!)
Fish fry and hot dog roast

One sister-in-law made some great salsa and another one made some brownies that really impressed me- it was just a boxed chocolate cake and a 15 oz. can of pumpkin. It was nice and warm and was very close to a traditional brownie. Apparently low fat as well- but how nice to not have to take eggs and oil along!
We didn't have to rough it too bad- our cabin had 2 double beds, a fridge, electric oven/range and a wood cookstove for heat. We did have to walk to the bathrooms, but other than that it wasn't rough.
I will admit that I packed bagels and cream cheese for breakfast (ok- I brought 2 pancake mixes, that I mixed before we left- but that's all the cooking I did!) while my s-i-l's showed me up with pancakes, bacon and eggs. At least we couldn't smell it or my family would have been jealous!


Duncan & Suzanne said...

I'm so glad you had so much fun! Eating breakfast and lunch on your own was a great idea - giving each family time together as well a big-group time.

Anonymous said...

I love your cooking page! karen b


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