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Another recipe


I also have a camp oven recipe for pot roast in stout - anyone want it ???evileyeevileyeevileye

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Does a bear  *&^% in the woods

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confuseconfuse Well in Australia a Koala bear does, although they are not actually bears.

Well here goes

Nice piece of roast (topside, blade, rolled doesnt matter)
about six or so slices of bacon
two or three cloves of garlic
about four tablespoons olive oil
salt and pepper
one onion chopped
herbs to taste (rosemary,thyme,oregano whatever you like)

Cover  joint with bacon slices (I usually use toothpicks to hold them on)
rub oil into meat and put remainder in campoven
put meat in camp oven sprinkle with salt and pepper, herbs and add onion and whole garlic cloves

Pour a can or stubby of stout over meat

put lid on camp oven and place on coals to cook SLOWLY

when meat is cooked through to your taste rare, medium or well done remove from fire carve and eat.
Use the remaining juices as gravy - deeeelicious!!

note: keep an eye on it while cooking and if it needs a little extra stout to keep it moist just add it winkwinkwink

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What about the drop bears? they're real bears aren't  they?

One can or stubby of stout is nowhere near enough for this recipe, given that one will be used up in the cooking! winkwinkwink

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biggrinbiggrinbiggrin one tinnie for the pot and at least three each for the table

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Oh! and yes those bloody drop bears, dangerous wee buggers they are -  you gotta be careful with them mate specially after dark, rip ya bloody throat out they will furiousfuriousfurious

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Drop bears do not like the taste of vegemite, so smear it on the back of your neck. When they drop out of the tree, onto your back, they taste the vegemite and jump off.

True!!! A mate that was a tour guide in Kakadu, had several tourist using this method.

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confuseconfuseconfuse "Twobob" you are right and wrong - Vegemite does work but only on the feral American drop bear which was accidently imported into Australia by a couple of drunken Yank Sailors off a visiting Battleship in 1942, we all know that yanks cant stand the taste of vegemite and it has a terrible effect on the feral drop bear.

But the native drop bear loves vegemite and if he eats it, goes into a terrible frenzy and becomes extremly dangerous.

Now the problem here is the feral bear and the native bear look exactly the same.furiousfuriousfurious

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Goinsoon, thanks for the correction, as I did overlook those that did not know the difference.

The american drop bear (ADB) is found mostly in inhabited areas, such as tourist parks and walks ,etc, and is always looking to dominate some unsuspecting group, by attacking their leader. Crazy bastards

The Aussie Drop Bear (AuDB) is hardly ever found, preferring the romote lazy grassy bilibongs, therefore they generally are no threat, if left alone. Most of the occurances of AuDb incidents are where someone walk in these types of areas, with a beer in their hand. Why people walk about with a beer in hand, has got me, but some do to their peril. An AuDb will only make the effort to move on siteing a lush tree (eats roots shoots and leaves) OR a beer. They have been known to accidentally fall out of tree's while sleeping, as well, which accounts for your take about them likeing vegemite.

So for those that are still coming to grip with this, you now know why we Aussies use stubbie coolers: to disguise the beer, expecially while camping.

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ah yes they may look alike but only one sings along if you start up with the melody "we're happy little vegemites"..............the other yanky one will run!

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smilesmilesmile

Goodonya twobod or twentycents in todays lingo, I am glad there is someone else out there as sane as me and understands these creatures, we must understand the perils we face at our humble outdoor barbies and picnics. Oh! you arfe right "dont forget your stubbycooler" I have one that has the word  "lemonade" printed on it.
You cant be too careful.disbeliefdisbeliefdisbelief

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Meanwhile back at the Recipe Forum...............your roast of whatever meat sounds very good.


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