Lawrence Bay Lodge is located in a part of the world where there aren’t many people and there aren’t many stores. Northern Saskatchewan does, however, have plenty of prime hunting land, so it’s no wonder people come from all over the world to stay at Lawrence Bay Lodge and go on hunting adventures in the region.
What are some good meals to cook when at a hunting camp in the wilderness?
Well, chili always seems to be a hunting camp classic, and rightly so. Chili brings together meat, beans and vegetables in a thick, soupy style that can easily be transported in a thermos. You can dip bread into chili, and you can sprinkle it with shredded cheese or add sour cream to it– chili is tasty and versatile.
“Sloppy Joes” can use up ground venison at camp, and they’re easy to make, fun to eat, and hunters love them.
Meat, eggs, and potatoes are a hunting camp staple. Bacon or venison sausage can be cooked on a campfire skillet and eaten to give your body protein, while home fries go well with most meats and give the body energy to hunt some more. Bring along some eggs, reportedly nature’s perfect food, and add them into the mix for variety, protein and energy, too.
If you’re hunting wild game, why not make a stew? You can use a crock pot, filling it with wild game meat and then adding things like onions, celery, tomatoes, and spices to it. Heck, you can even add a can of beer for the fun of it. Why not? You’re hunting– this is your time to relax and enjoy yourself!
Finally, depending on how your day went, a good ol’ fish fry from the day’s catch makes for a tasty meal at hunting camp, complete with the satisfaction that you or one of your buddies caught it.
Call Lawrence Bay Lodge at 701-262-4560 to make reservations for an awesome hunting experience in Canada, complete with great meals.