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    2 medium potatoes peeled and diced into cubes (about 1/2")
    alternate : a #2 can of diced potatoes .... second alternative : hash brown potatoes
    4 or 5 slices crisp bacon crumbled
    alternate : sausage or ham or all three
    2 Tbs. olive oil
    1 red pepper diced
    1 small can mushrooms
    4 slices American cheese
    alternate : your favorite shredded cheese
    1/4 cup chopped onion
    3 eggs
    2 Tbs. milk
    alternate : half and half


    vary the exact amount of each ingredient with the number of people to be served .... add or remove items per your personal preference

    parboil the potatoes 3 - 5 minutes, drain and cook over medium high heat in cast iron skillet with oil.... if canned potatoes are used, brown them .... if hash browns fry them in whatever matter you prefer and put them aside .... as the potatoes start to brown, lower heat to medium and add peppers, onions, and mushrooms .... continue to cook until onion is softened .... stir in bacon .... whisk eggs and milk (or half and half) until foamy .... lower heat and pour egg mix evenly over skillet .... if necessary tip skillet to evenly distribute egg mixture .... add cheese in a single layer over eggs and continue to cook until eggs set and cheese melts .... if hash browns are used, served the camping breakfast in a bowl over the hash browns
    Last edited by JEBar; 10-11-2017, 02:17 AM.
    Jim
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    We always like a couple of things....
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    • #3
      that'll work .... do have to ask, every have any issues with grease fires started by bacon dripping's ..?
      Jim
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      • #4
        A few times but with the Unique Grill setup we just swung the grates off to the side then back on.

        BTW... that's bacon and side pork (kind of a Wisconsin thing) and actually like the side pork better. with the rind on.
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        And more...

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        • #5
          down in our part of the country we call it salt pork, fat back or streaked .... we use it mostly as seasoning
          Jim
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          • #6
            We will probably fix this for our club in November when we camp. One time I did one in a crockpot for the club and let it cook overnite. It was a good idea except I over filled the crockpot and had the stuff all over the counter the next morning.

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