In August, Rada Cutlery will be introducing a new cookbook called Over A Fire. This book is full of different recipes to make while camping. We thought we would give you a preview of one of the many delicious recipes found in the cookbook.
The cookbook is really two cookbooks in one – it is divided down the middle, is coil bound on both sides, and opens to both to the left and right. The left side of the cookbook is dedicated to recipes you can “cook with a stick” over a campfire. And the right side is dedicated to “cooking hobo style” in a foil pouch.
The recipe we chose is called Breakfast on a Stick. As you will see below, the dish is a sausage biscuit served with pancake syrup and is a perfect way to start your camping day.
Ingredients for Breakfast on a Stick:
1 cup of biscuit baking mix
1 Tablespoon of sugar
1/3 Cup of milk
1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract
1 (14 oz.) pkg. precooked smoked sausage ring
Maple syrup to taste
In a large bowl, stir together baking mix, sugar, milk, egg and vanilla until well blended.
Cut the sausage into seven equal pieces.
Pierce a stick or skewer through one end of sausage piece and out the other.
Dip sausage in the biscuit batter until thoroughly coated.
Cook close to embers turning until golden brown and sausage is heated through.
Serve with maple syrup to your taste and enjoy.
This recipe is fun for the kids to help make and cook over a fire – but remember to never leave children unsupervised around a campfire. For more campfire safety information about how to pick a spot for your campfire, how to build and prepare your campfire and how to extinguish your campfire after use – visit this website.
Outdoor enthusiasts can choose from a number of Rada Cutlery cookbooks targeting outside meals, including:
- Campfire Cooking
- The Ultimate RV Cookbook
- Picnics, Potlucks & BBQ
- Fix it in Foil
- Grills Gone Wild
- I’m Hooked, I’m Game – Also a 2 in 1 book similar to the left / right recipe layout featured in Over a Fire.
The cookbooks are available for purchase locally from either Fundraising Groups and Indepent Sellers. Groups who fund raise selling Rada Cutlery products include churches, schools, clubs, teams and youth groups. Rada Cutlery Independent Sellers include operator owned stores (gift shops, hardware stores, bakeries, etc) and event sales (fairs, festivals, flea markets, farmers markets, shows) as well as home party consultants.
If you do not have a local fundraiser or independent seller in your area to support, you can also purchase the cookbooks at www.RadaKitchenStore.com or by call 1-888-771-7798.
All Rada Cutlery products are proudly Made in the USA – materials and workmanship!