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Eggs, Bacon, and Potatoes

Sunday, June 18, 2017, 10:17 AM

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Whereas yesterday was our first meal in the camper but wasn't really cooking, for breakfast we actually cooked a meal.

First, I took the leftover potatoes from yesterday and tried to sauté them in a pan to crisp them and hopefully bring out some flavor. It was not super successful but it was ever-so-slightly better than last night.

We made an egg scramble by sautéing some finely-diced onions with adobo powder, then adding tomatoes and finally, the eggs. It was actually pretty flavorful; especially since it was pretty easy.

Since our camper has a real oven that can run on propane1 (we were dry camping), we were able to bake the bacon. We did it at 350°F for about 20 minutes.

The hardest thing was juggling having just one pan, very little spaces (especially that can handle a hot pan), and not having brought oven mitts. (Plus we only had a few spatulas). It was kind of a fun challenge!


  1. Most newer campers/RVs have a convection oven/microwave. Saves space but requires electricity to run. Our oven runs entirely on propane. 


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