Campfire Recipes – Lumberjack Breakfast

When you work hard you need a good start to your day. I don’t know of anyone who works harder than a lumberjack, so starting with a breakfast named after them seems like a great idea.

Ingredients:
  • Sausage or Canadian bacon
  • Frozen hash browns, or leftover cooked potatoes, diced
  • Eggs
  • Chopped tomatoes and green onions, if you like
  • Shredded cheese, any kind.
Directions:
  1. Lay sausages or Canadian bacon on a double layer of foil that has been sprayed lightly with cooking spray.
  2. It is best to have the meat on the bottom so it can receive direct heat from the grill to cook properly.
  3. On top of the sausages, add a handful of frozen hash browns or diced leftover potatoes, an egg or two, and diced tomato and green onion if you like.
  4. Salt & pepper to taste.
  5. You can also add Cajun spice, or Old Bay spice or any combination of spice your family likes.
  6. Wrap up packet and place on a bed of hot coals for 15-20 minutes or until meat is thoroughly cooked.
I like to open it up and add shredded cheese and put it back on the fire to melt the cheese for a few minutes.
That’s all there is to a wonderful and filling start to the day. Another variation is to use some sausage gravy over the top of everything.

William Connor

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