T-936 Grubmaster - Boy Scout Troop 936

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T-936 Grubmaster (Updated March 2007) This document is intended for two purposes: 1. Make it easy on Scouts who are Grubmasters and their parents 2. Help Scouts and their parents learn the duties and responsibilities of Grubmasters Enclosed are: • Grubmaster Guidelines for Scouts & Parents • 2 Copies of the Patrol Food Money Form o One must be turned in to get money from treasurer o One must be turned in at or after the campout with receipts • Patrol Campout Menu Planner • Single Serving Sizes Per Scout Chart • Grubmaster’s Shopping List Pages 1 & 2 • Patrol Campout Duty Roster • Menu Ideas for Grubmasters • Scout stews and one-Pot Recipes

Troop 936 Grubmaster Guidelines for Scouts & Parents (Updated March 2007) Troop 936 goes camping once a month and each patrol is responsible for the meals they will eat on the campout. In most cases the patrols are formed into 4 to 6 Scout cooking teams so meals are for 4 to 6 Scouts. These meals are usually: (1) Friday night snack; (2) Saturday breakfast; (3) Saturday lunch; (4) Saturday supper; (5) Saturday night snack; and (6) Sunday breakfast. The patrol leader, SPL or scoutmaster will assign the responsibility of grubmaster for the patrol. The grubmaster is responsible for getting food money from the treasurer using the Patrol Food Money Form, planning the menu, buying the food and cooking the meals. The following guidelines should help you understand these duties and help your parent or adult sponsor assist you. 1. No later than the troop meeting immediately before the campout: a. The grubmaster will receive a final roster of his cooking patrol attending from the patrol leader or trip leader; b. The grubmaster will turn into the treasurer a request for Patrol Food Money Form and get cash based on the number of meals and number of patrol members attending the campout; c. The grubmaster will bring home the dry goods box (Rubbermaid type) for packing the dry food to bring to the campout; 2. The patrol grubmaster will create the patrol meal menu, making sure that he is preparing nothing that patrol members are allergic to (check with each patrol member to make sure that the menu is okay for allergies and personal dislikes.) 3. The scoutmaster or trip leader must approve the menu before the grubmaster goes shopping. Email it or fax it to the scoutmaster or trip leader no later than Wednesday of the weekend you are going camping. Remember a menu with a balance of healthy foods is required and a little fun food is okay. If the entire menu is junk food the scoutmaster will reject the menu. Use the menu to plan your grocery-shopping list; 4. Refer to the "Cooking" section of the Boy Scout Handbook for help in planning your meals, serving and portion sizes and cooking; 5. Make sure that everything needed for the menu and recipes is on the shopping list including any drinks; 6. Your Grubmaster budget is $2.00 per meal per scout. a. Within the budget the Grubmaster is expected to purchase ice, paper towels, peanut butter, jelly and hamburger buns along with the other food items within the menu. Updated March 11, 2007

b. If you exceed the budget, the grubmaster will pay the extra money out of his own pocket, unless the patrol has agreed to do something special and each patrol member has given the grubmaster the extra money. c. If you are under budget you turn in any left over money along with the Patrol Food Money Form to the troop treasurer or the trip leader; 7. To be thrifty and stay within budget: a. Choose store or generic brands instead of major brands; for example avoid buying precut food like veggies, cheese or chicken. Whole veggies, block cheese and a whole chicken fryer are much less expensive; b. Families that do the Grubmaster shopping at discount grocery stores such as Super WalMart come in under budget; families that do the Grubmaster shopping at highend grocery stores usually go over budget. 8. Grubmaster is expected to provide the cooler and will need to purchase ice for the cooler our of his patrol money; 9. When possible repackage the food items (see "Cooking" section in Boy Scout Handbook) at home; Think about precooking some meals to make cooking at camp easier. 10. On Friday, pack your perishable food that needs to be kept in the cooler in your cooler and bring it with you to the campout. Don’t forget ice; 11. Don't forget to bring the recipes for your meals to the campout for every meal; 12. Complete both the Patrol Food Money form and make a copy of the receipts; 13. Bring one copy of Patrol Food Money form with receipts attached to the campout and turn in the form with receipts and any leftover money to the treasurer or the trip leader.

Updated March 11, 2007

Troop 936 Patrol Food Money Form You must turn in one copy of this form for your money and another copy of this form at the end of the campout with your receipts.

Patrol: Grubmaster: Campout: Dates: Number of Scouts: Number of Meals: Money Requested Calculate money by: Number of Scouts x Number of meals x $2.00 = How much $ you need! Example: 6 meals x 4 Scouts = 24 meals 24 meals x $2 per meal = $48.00

Amount of Money Requested: Actual Money Spent (Attach Receipts): Subtract Amount Spent from Requested: (You owe this to the Troop)

Don't forget to attach receipts and keep a copy for your records!

Troop 936 Patrol Food Money Form You must turn in one copy of this form for your money and another copy of this form at the end of the campout with your receipts.

Patrol: Grubmaster: Campout: Dates: Number of Scouts: Number of Meals: Money Requested Calculate money by: Number of Scouts x Number of meals x $2.00 = How much $ you need! Example: 6 meals x 4 Scouts = 24 meals 24 meals x $2 per meal = $48.00

Amount of Money Requested: Actual Money Spent (Attach Receipts): Subtract Amount Spent from Requested: (You owe this to the Troop)

Don't forget to attach receipts and keep a copy for your records!

Patrol Menu Planner Friday Night to Sunday Noon Patrol Grubmaster Campout Dates Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Breakfast

Lunch

Supper

Crackerbarrel

Post Menu in Patrol Cooking Area for Everyone to See

Single Serving Sizes Per Scout (From the Boy Scout Handbook) Food packages often list the amounts required for one or more servings. Outdoor activities build up big appetites, so lean toward more rather than less. The following chart lists the amount needed for one Scout for one serving of each type of food; use the chart to help you figure out how much of each food you will need:

Vegetables and Fruits Orange Apple Tomato Juice, canned Cabbbage, fresh Carrots, fresh Vegetables, canned Vegetables, dehydrated Potatoes, fresh Potatoes, dehydrated Corn, fresh String beans Shelled peas Onion, fresh Soup, canned Soup mix Fruit, fresh Fruit, canned Fruit, Dried

1 1 1 4 oz. 1/4 head 1 or 2 (medium) 4 oz. 1/2 oz. 1 or 2 (medium) 2 oz. 1 or 2 ears 1/2 cup 1/2 cup 1 small 5 oz. 1 (individual packet) 1 or 2 pieces 5 or 6 oz. 2 oz.

Instant rice Spaghettti Macaroni Noodles Ramen-Syle Noodle Pudding mix Tortilla

Milk & Cheese Milk, fresh Milk, powdered Cocoa, Instant Cheese

Breads, Rice, & Pasta

Brown rice White Rice

2 to 4 slices 2 to 4 oz. 2 oz. 2 oz. 3 to 4 oz. 1/2 cup (unprepared) 1/4 Cup (uncooked) 1/2 Cup (Uncooked)

16 oz. 2 oz. 1 Packet 2 oz.

Meat, Poultry & Fish Steak Chops Stew meat Hamburger Hot dogs Chicken, cut up

Breads, Rice, & Pasta Cookies Cakes Cereal - Oatmeal Pancake mix Biscuit mix

1 1/2 oz. 3 to 4 oz. 3 to 4 oz. 3 to 4 oz. 1 Packet 3 oz. 1 1/2 oz. 1

Ham, precooked Bacon Beef, canned Chicken, can or packaged Fish, canned Tuna fish, canned Tuna fish, packaged Eggs, fresh Eggs, dried

6 to 8 oz. 4 oz. 4 oz. 4 oz. 1 patty 4 oz. (2 hot dogs) 12 oz. 4 oz. 2 oz. (3 to 4 slices) 3 oz. 3 to 5 oz. 3 oz. 3 to 4 oz. 3 oz. 2 1/2 oz.

Sample Grubmaster Shopping List for Four Scouts

Sample Grubmaster's Shopping List for Four Scouts Grubmaster: Patrol: Camping Trip & Dates: How many people: Do not buy paper plates, paper cups, aluminum foil, dish soap or ect!

Item

Number or Portion per Patrol or Scout (How

Amount (Size, oz, weight)

Cost

Many)

Paper Towels

3 per patrol

3 Rolls

Peanut Butter

1 per patrol

Small Jar

Jelly

1 per patrol

Small Jar

Hamburger buns

Package of 8

Ice

1 per patrol 1 or 2 per patrol

Apples

1 per Scout

4

4 oz. per Scout

16oz/1lb

Eggs

2 per Scout

1 doz

Bacon

2-3 per Scout

1 package

Hamburger

1 or 2 Bags

This page is an example only and not for actual use!

Total Cost

Sample Grubmaster Shopping List for 4 Scouts

Grubmaster's Shopping List ------ Page 1 Grubmaster: Patrol: Camping Trip & Dates: How many people: Do not buy paper plates, paper cups, aluminum foil, dish soap or ect! No. of

Amount

(How Many)

(Size, oz, weight)

Paper Towels

1

1 Roll

Peanut Butter

1

Small Jar

Jelly

1

Small Jar

Hamburger buns

1

Package of 8

1 or 2

1 or 2 Bags

Item

Ice

Total Cost

Cost

Grubmaster's Shopping List ------ Page 2 Grubmaster: Patrol: Camping Trip & Dates: How many people: Do not buy paper plates, paper cups, aluminum foil, dish soap or ect! Item

No. of

Amount

(How Many)

(Size, oz, weight)

Total Cost

Cost

Cooking Patrol Duty Roster Grubmaster: Patrol: Cook Prepare meals, clean stove, supervises

Campout: Duties & Responsibilities Assistant Cook Cleanup #1 Assist cook as needed, boil water for washing dishes

Wash dishes and cleans, organizes and packs patrol box

Clean up #2 Make sure grubmaster has water for cooking, clean up patrol area, dispose of trash and refills water jug

Friday Campsite Set-Up: All Patrol Members Friday Crackerbarrel Cook

Assistant Cook

Cleanup #1

Clean up #2

Assistant Cook

Cleanup #1

Clean up #2

Assistant Cook

Cleanup #1

Clean up #2

Assistant Cook

Cleanup #1

Clean up #2

Assistant Cook

Cleanup #1

Clean up #2

Assistant Cook

Cleanup #1

Clean up #2

Saturday Breakfast

Cook

Saturday Lunch

Cook

Saturday Dinner

Cook

Saturday Crackerbarrel

Cook

Sunday Breakfast

Cook

Sunday Lunch (Only if required by scoutmaster!) Cook

Assistant Cook

Cleanup #1

Sunday Campsite Breakdown: All Patrol Members

Clean up #2

Menu Ideas for Grubmasters Generally Scouts should cook food and meals. Meals should not be precooked processed foods that are warmed up. For example opening a can of Dinty Moore stew and warming it up is not cooking. Making stew by cooking the beef, cutting up vegetables and cooking the stew in a broth or stew sauce is cooking. The exceptions are meals that can be precooked at home before the campout and then warmed up at camp. Meals like chili, goulash, stews or spaghetti sauce can be prepared ahead of time and then carried to camp. Lunches during campouts (especially activities like camporees where time is limited for cooking) may be the warm up kind or food that does not require cooking like sandwiches or finger food. Usually the Scouts should have a good hot breakfast with protein, an easy to prepare lunch that does not require cooking and in the evening a good hot dinner. Balanced menus are required. The scoutmaster has to approve all menus. Breakfast Menu Ideas (Need protein for active boys outdoors.) French Toast, Sausage, Fresh Fruit, OJ or Milk Pancakes, Sausage, Fruit, OJ or Milk Scrambled Eggs (w/cheese), Bacon or Ham, Bagel, Fruit, OJ or Milk Oatmeal, Protein Bars, Fruit, OJ or Milk

Lunch Menu Ideas (Usually something that does not require cooking.) Cheese & Crackers, Fresh Fruit, Water Lunch meat sandwiches, Cheese, Chips, Fresh or canned fruit, Water Cheese & Meat sticks/jerky, Fresh fruit, water Trail mix, Cheese, Fresh or canned fruit, water PBJ Sandwiches, Chips, Fresh Veggies (celery, carrots)

Supper Ideas (One pot meals are recommended) Stew (beef, turkey, chicken), Rolls, Fresh fruit or Fresh veggies, Cookies Scout Goulash (pasta, meat, seasoning, veggies), Mixed Veggies, Fruit bars Scout Stew (from the Boy Scout Handbook), Fresh veggies, Canned Fruit Spaghetti with meat sauce or meatballs, salad, cookies Sloppy Joes with hamburger buns, Macaroni salad, Fresh veggies, Cupcakes Silver Turtles (foil meals with beef, chicken or fish and veggies), cookies Hamburgers, Baked or Pork & Beans, Fresh Fruit, Caramel apples

Crackerbarrel Snacks (A Crackerbarrel is where patrols share their snacks w/each other) Cheese & Fresh Fruit Chips & Dip Cookies & Milk Taco Supreme (Tortilla chips with lots of gooey messy stuff)

QUICK ONE-POT STEW Prepare and combine one item from each of the following lists. Where amounts are not listed below, use the "Single Serving Sizes" from the chart in the Cooking section of the Boy Scout Handbook. The vegetables can be eaten separately from the stew or drained and stirred right into the pot. Season to taste. Add bread and desert to round out the meal. 1 Spaghetti Macaroni Noodles Ramen noodles

2 Canned/Packaged Chicken Canned/Packaged Tuna Canned/Packaged Salmon Canned Chili Tofu, 3 Ounces Textured vegetable protein

3 Gravy mix, 1 packet (chicken, mushroom or onion) Spaghetti Sauce (4 to 8 oz.) Alfredo Sauce (4 to 8 oz.) Stroganoff sauce (4 to 8 oz.) Tomato Sauce (8 oz. can)

4 Canned Vegetables Frozen Vegetables Chopped Cheese Chopped nuts, 1 handful

BOY SCOUT COWBOY STEW Serves 8 (Cut in 1/2 for 4 Servings) 1 pound ground beef 1 (28 ounce) can stewed tomatoes 2 (15 1/4 ounce) cans whole kernel corn 2 (15 ounce) cans whole green beans 1 (15 1/2 ounce) can canned red beans, drained and rinsed 1 onion, chopped 1/2 teaspoon dried oregano 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper Salt and pepper to taste Brown the ground beef in a skillet or pot over medium heat until no longer pink. Drain off any excess grease. In a stockpot or Dutch oven, combine ground beef, tomatoes, corn, green beans, red beans and onion. Season stew to taste with oregano, cayenne pepper, salt and pepper. Cover and simmer for at least 50 minutes over medium to low heat. The longer this cooks, the better flavor it has. SCOUT STEW 1 pound ground beef chopped onion (optional) 1 can Alphabet Vegetable Soup* salt and pepper to taste Serve on or with toast, rolls, plain white bread, or mashed potatoes Cook ground beef in a skillet or pot until done. You can add chopped onion during this step if you would like. Drain well. Add Vegetable Soup to the ground beef mixture. Stir over medium heat until heated throughout. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Usually served over toast or plain white bread, but would be delicious over mashed potatoes. You could substitute the ABC vegetable soup with cream of mushroom, or any other condensed soup to make a variety of really good quick and inexpensive meals. Boy Scout Stew 1 lb. Hamburger 1 sm. Onion 1 can vegetable soup 1 can water

Brown onion and hamburger in large pot. Drain extra grease but keep a little for flavor. Stir in vegetable soup and water. Heat slowly and thoroughly.

Hobo Stew 1lb Ground Beef 1 Medium to Large Onion 1 or 2 Cans of pork and beans Optional: Can of corn, or peas or green pepper or anything you like. In a large pot brown hamburger and onions together. Drain excess grease. Leave a little grease in for flavor. Add however many cans of pork and beans that you need for quantity. Add optional ingredients if wanted. Heat slowly and thoroughly. Goes well with bread, rolls, fresh veggies or fruit. 5-Can Chili 1 Can Chili - your favorite 1 Can diced tomatoes 1 Can corn 1 Can kidney beans, drained 1 Can any other beans, drained 1/4c. BBQ sauce 1 Tbs. Chili powder or to taste Tabasco, optional Cheese, optional Onion, optional Sour cream, optional In a large pot combine all ingredients. Heat slowly and thoroughly. Goes well with corn bread, crackers, and is great topped with shredded cheese or sour cream on top Great for young scouts learning how to cook and working on cooking rank requirements. Chili Dog Stew 1 Pkg 8 Hotdogs (Bratwurst or Kebasa can be substituted) 1 Pkg 8 Hotdog buns 1 Can Chili Cheese 1 small onion Optional: Mustard, relish, and sauerkraut In a large pot cook chili then add hot dogs. Once chili and hotdogs are heated tear up hotdog buns into bite size pieces and add to pot. Add cheese, onions and optional items. Cook for 20 minutes slow.

Scout Goulash 1 lb. Ground beef 1 can of diced tomatoes 1 Medium onion chopped 1 Can corn 1 Package macaroni elbows Cook ground beef and onion in large pot. Drain excess grease, but keep some for flavor. Cook elbow macaroni. Drain macaroni in colander. Mix ground beef and onion mixture with cooked macaroni, corn, and diced tomatoes. Slowly heat. Add water as needed. Season to taste with garlic, salt, pepper and Tabasco sauce. Goes good with bread, rolls, tortillas or biscuits. Hoosier Chili – 10 (2-Cup) Servings (Cut recipe in 1/2 for 4-5 Scouts.) 2 lbs Ground Beef ½ lb Hot Country Sausage 1 Cup Chopped Onion 1 Green Bell Pepper Chopped 1 Tsp Garlic Powder 2 Tbsp Beef Bouillon 2 Tsp Cumin 2 Tsp Oregano

2 Tsp Sugar 1 Tsp Seasoned Salt 1 Tsp Crushed Red Peppers 2 (28 oz) Cans Crushed Tomatoes 2 (28 oz) Cans Cut Tomatoes 1 (4 oz) Can Chiles 1 (15 oz) Can Chili or Kidney Beans 1 (7-8 oz) Package Pasta

Brown meat & drain, Add onion, bell pepper, and spices and cook 5-10 minutes. Add in tomatoes and chilies and bring to boil, reduce to simmer. Let simmer for about 20 minutes. Cook your choice of pasta according to directions. Add in beans, cooked pasta and cook until heated Garnish with cheddar cheese, sour cream and other treats.

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T-936 Grubmaster - Boy Scout Troop 936

T-936 Grubmaster (Updated March 2007) This document is intended for two purposes: 1. Make it easy on Scouts who are Grubmasters and their parents 2. H...

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