We were inspired when we recently heard about the American Camp Association’s recent partnership with Kids Cook Monday. The Kids Cook Monday initiative encourages families to set aside the first night of every week for cooking and eating together as a family. Because we think this is such a great idea, we will continue to share our camper-approved, healthy recipes, straight from our Culinary Cooking program here at Camp Towanda as inspiration for your family dinners. Enjoy!
What could be better? Pretzels and Chicken Fingers coming together in perfect harmony! When our campers made these at The Culinary Cookin’ Class at The Farm this past summer they said “I can totally make these at home!” The most fun part…put the pretzels in a ziploc bag and stomp them into crumbs. A work out, stress reliever and delicacy, rolled into one delicious lunch or dinner! P.S. they still taste great the day after when thrown into a lunchbox!
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PRETZEL CHICKEN FINGERS
2 LBS CKICKEN BREAST…CUT IN CUBES OR STRIPS
1 BAG WAFFLE CUT PRETZEL
1 1/2 CUPS FLOUR…for dreading
Pepper to taste
GRAPE SEED OIL FOR FRYING…great for frying
1) CHICKEN BREAST INTO STRIPS ORCUBES 2INPIECES SEASON WITH SALT AND PEPPER
2)TAKE PRETEZLS AND EITHER IN A CUISINART OR AS YOU CHILDREN DID PUT IN A DOUBLED ZIPLOCK BAG AND STAMP ON THEM WITH SHOES ON TILL CRUMBS
3)DREAD IN FLOUR….coating the chicken
4)DIP IN THE EGG….
5)COAT WITH CRUSHED PRETZELS
6)FRY IN THE GRAPESEED OIL ON MEDUIM HEAT
VERY EASY AND FAST…..
SERVE WITH KETCHUP, HONEYMUSTARD OR HORSERADDISH SAUCE
YOU CAN ALSO USE HONEY MUSTARD PRETZELS FOR A DIFFERENT TASTE….
What a great weekend to be back at camp we just had! Stephanie, Jared, Casper and I were thrilled to see 275 smiling faces pull up to camp for our annual Fall Foliage New Camper BBQ. Z was on the grill making burgers and hot dogs, Slick was on the mound ref’ing a kickball game and Jared, Silvs and Lee were out on the golf carts giving tours. Erica Media was snapping pictures and O&A Lynn Dula was working the toboggan slide. It almost felt like we never left! Many of Dorm Girls of 2013 were on hand as greeters and helped make it a very successful, fun day for all. They had a sleepover on Friday that included lasagna, pizza and salad from Two Guys, birthday cake celebrations and a lot of fun. As many of you know, I send out a nightly email during camp season to our parents, filling them in on the day’s events and reassuring them that all is great at camp. Well this weekend was no exception…thought you may all enjoy this email below that I sent out to the parents of the Dorm Girls ’13 after lights out.
Thanks again to all the staff, alumni, parents, campers and future campers for coming; it was B-E-A-YOU-T-FULL!!! ! Next up, our seasoned camper reunion at Lucky Strike in November!
Hi Dorm Girl 2013 Parents,
32 degrees at the white rock; and the dorm girls are now toasty and cozy in the heated infirmary.
after the screams at arrival, a run to their bunks, mansion dinner (salad, pizza, lasagna, birthday cakes(s) and other snacks; activities included: a review of tomorrow’s agenda by the mansion fireplace, PA announcements by the girls, a tour of the dorm and great conversations; jared then brought out the telescope (it is very crisp and clear)….
we get ready to welcome the new campers (the girls were telling stephanie and I how they remember their 1st year bbq and how they have loved everything in between).
Steph and I just said good nite to them and are so proud of how lovely, polite, respectful. sweet and in love with each other they have become; a treat to have watched and helped them grow over the years.
by the way, i think it will be hard for them to leave tomorrow afternoon….just saying!
-Autumnal Mitch & Pumpkin Stephanie