Photos from the second week of Halloween Weekends. Great costumes this week!
When we have a party where we grill, my uncles always make grilled cabbage. My family loves cabbage, but grilled is our favorite. It’s so good! Try it, you may never go back to regular cabbage again!
Cabbage on the Grill
- 1/2 head cabbage, cut into thick shreds
- 1/2 cup soy sauce
- 1/4 cup butter
- Ground pepper to taste
- Polish sausage (optional)
Heat your grill to medium heat.
If you’re making one large packet just put the cabbage in, add soy sauce, and butter. Slice up sausage and put that in and then season with ground pepper. Seal together tightly and grill until cabbage is tender.
Or … you can make individual packets for each person, divide the cabbage among 4 sheets of aluminum foil, sprinkle about 2 tablespoons of soy sauce on each and then put 1 tablespoon of butter on top. Slice up sausage and divide evenly between each packet. Season with pepper and fold foil into a packet over the cabbage. Place ’em on the grill and cook until cabbage is tender. This makes about four individual packets. Drat, now I want grilled cabbage!
Photos from week 1 of our Halloween Weekends. Enjoy!
Eggs in a Hat
- 4 slices of your favorite bread
- 4 eggs
- 4 slices of ham or Canadian bacon
- 4 slices of cheese
For the bread that was leftover from cutting the circle out, you could dip that in a beaten egg and make French toast out of it. 🙂
– Recipe courtesy of camping.about.com
Today we had our Employee Appreciation Lunch! We’re so lucky to have such great employees … thanks for a great season everyone!
Thought everyone would enjoy these fun photos from our archives. 🙂
This looks like it would be a quick, but healthy camping breakfast. Sounds tasty too!
- 2 whole Chiquita Bananas (best with brown flecks on peel)
- 2 cups Ice
- 1/3 cup Yogurt – preferably Greek yogurt flavored with honey
- 1/2 cup Cooked oatmeal
- 1/3 cup Almonds
Pour all ingredients in blender … pour in ice last.
Blend on high for 30 seconds or until smoothie thickens.
– Recipe courtesy of Chiquita Bananas.
Happy 4th of July everyone! If you’re staying with us, we hope you have a wonderful stay. If you’re not staying with us, we wish you were here!
Below is a festive 4th of July photo gallery from the campground this morning. Enjoy!
- 1 large onion, chopped
- 2 tablespoons canola oil
- 2 garlic cloves, minced
- 4 large potatoes, peeled and cubed (about 2 pounds)
- 1 pound smoked kielbasa or Polish sausage, halved and sliced
- 1 can (4 ounces) chopped green chilies
- 1 can (15-1/4 ounces) whole kernel corn, drained
In a large ovenproof skillet over medium heat, cook and stir onion in oil until it’s tender. Add garlic; cook for 1 minute longer.
Add potatoes. Cook, uncovered, for 20 minutes, stirring occasionally.
Add kielbasa; cook and stir until meat and potatoes are tender and browned, about 10-15 minutes. Stir in chilies and corn; heat through. Makes about 6 servings.
– Recipe courtesy of TasteofHome.com.
It’s been pretty toasty warm here lately in Santa Claus. With little or no rain. In light of that, we wanted to share a few safe “campfire” tips with you.
As of right now, Lake Rudolph is not under a burn ban. You are still welcome to start campfires; in the provided metal fire rings of course. Because of our dry situation we do ask that you do not light any tiki torches or other similar products. We’ll keep you up to date on our Facebook page if anything changes.
1. Watch your Campfire. Please attend it at all times. Don’t leave your campsite and let your fire continue to burn. Make sure that it’s fully extinguished before leaving your site.
2. Clear the Area. Make sure the area around your campfire is clear of any trash, vegetation, etc. Everything should be a significant distance away so the fire cannot spread.
3. Fully Extinguish. Always make sure your campfire is completely extinguished. It’s a good idea to carefully pour water on the campfire, stirring the ashes with a large stick to make sure it’s all saturated. Continue pouring more water until you’ve used about a bucket. Turn over any wood or coals to wet all sides. If possible, mix some dirt with the remaining ashes. Ideally, you should make sure the fire is out about 1/2 hour before you leave or turn in for the night. Carefully … hold your hand next to the ashes (not in them) to make sure there is no heat. If you feel heat, add more water and stir again until you can’t feel any heat from the ashes.