Cooking and Crooning in the Camp Kitchen

chimneys_IMG_0885Last weekend, we were at Girl Scouts’ Camp Robbinswold teaching outdoor cooking to some amazing adult volunteers. We all had so much fun! And all the recipes were successful and we ate really well. Too well, I think, but it was so good!

For the Saturday night campfire, we were asked to prepare a skit or a song and before you could toast a marshmallow, our participants had a tune and created all new lyrics to an outdoor cooking themed song. They continued to refine the lyrics throughout the day, and the final version was nothing short of brilliant; however, I think it will be 3 more days until I can get the tune out of my head!

 

(sung to the tune of A Ram Sam Sam)

A Dutch Oven, a Dutch Oven,

A Foil Packet and a Dutch Oven

A Dutch Oven, a Dutch Oven,

A Foil Packet and a Dutch Oven

 

Pie Irons! Pie Irons!

A Foil Packet and a Dutch Oven

Pie Irons! Pie Irons!

A Foil Packet and a Dutch Oven

 

A Roasting Stick, a Roasting Stick,

A Cup o’ Hot Cocoa and a Roasting Stick

A Roasting Stick, a Roasting Stick,

A Cup o’ Hot Cocoa and a Roasting Stick

 

Marshmallows! Marshmallows!

A Cup o’ Hot Cocoa and a Roasting Stick

Marshmallows! Marshmallows!

A Cup o’ Hot Cocoa and a Roasting Stick

 

It’s Bacon Wrapped, it’s Bacon Wrapped

Let’s Make Everything Bacon Wrapped

It’s Bacon Wrapped, it’s Bacon Wrapped

Let’s Make Everything Bacon Wrapped

 

More Bacon! More Bacon!

Let’s Make Everything Bacon Wrapped

More Bacon! More Bacon!

Let’s Make Everything Bacon Wrapped

 

Let’s Make Everything Bacon Wrapped

Yes, Let’s Make Everything Bacon Wrapped

 

Written by the participants of the Outdoor Chef unit at Outdoor Learning Weekend on March 28, 2015.

 

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