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Can’t beat beans, bacon and bread
By Will Maines

IT MAY BE a figment of my imagination, but I do believe that the very best meals I have ever eaten in my life have been cooked over an open campfire. Whether it be on a hunting expedition, fishing trip, camping outing or just a plain old picnic, food tastes better when one eats it while watching waves lap upon the shore of a quiet lake or along a roistering trout stream or in a duck blind or in the shadow of a Rocky Mountains peak.

I was introduced to campfire dinners at a young age when my dad and I would head out on overnight trout fishing expeditions either to Upper Michigan or the fabled trout streams of Wisconsin’s northwest, most notably the Bois Brule.

Understand that I was a little kid who thought peanut butter and

Tuesday, March 04, 2014 11:24 AM
 

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