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EGGS IN A NEST----- Using a buddy burner, hollow out a piece of bread, butter the bread, place on burner and crack an egg into the hollowed area and cover with foil, flip when ready if desired. If you want sausage, cook it first then you won't have to butter the bread.

BACON AND EGGS----- Using a paper lunch bag, place 2 pieces of bacon in bottom of bag. Crack 1 egg on top, roll down bag tightly; poke stick through bag and hold over fire. Bag will not will take about 5 minutes to have bacon and eggs. DO NOT ADD EXTRA BACON AS THE GREASE WILL CAUSE THE BOTTOM TO FALL OUT OF THE BAG. At the same time make toast by sticking a piece of bread on the end of stick, turn as necessary.

BAG OMELETTE---- Use a good quality ziplock type bag. Break 1 to 3 eggs into the bag, add a tablespoon of milk per egg, add cheese, bacon bits, peppers, onions, mushrooms or whatever you like in an omelette to the bag.

Close the bag tightly, much all together and drop bag into boiling water (water should be at a full boil. It will take 3 to 8 minutes depending on how many bags are in the water. Can be thrown back into the water if you find yours isn't done enough.

BOILED EGG---- Place egg in a hot cup (a paper one without the wax coating). Cover the egg with water and sit the cup on the coals. Have the seam on the cup away from the flames as the cup may split open on the seam.

Bring the water to a boil and boil for 10 minutes adding more water as necessary to keep the egg covered. The cup will not catch fire as long as you make sure that there is enough water in the cup.

ORANGE SKIN---- Cut an orange in half cross-wise and scoop out the insides and eat. Break an egg into the hollow rind and set directly onto the coals and cook for 10 to 15 minutes, or until the center is done. 'For biscuits, mix Bisquick as directed and fill rind ¾'s full and cook as above until toothpick comes out clean (no doughy goo on it).

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