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Old 03-16-2009, 10:51 PM   #1
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Food/ Beverages while camping

I was just wondering what everyones plans were food and beverage wise for the differant meet and greets.

Any other camping favorites are welcome and methods of making them, but I am trying to get ideas for the upcoming trail rides.

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I am installing steel clamps to the back of the jeep in the bed, so I can strap down a cooler with food and soda's.

I normally bring some sandwich stuff, then stuff for smores is a must. Depends on the company. For dinner I always cook chicken in tinfoil, with cheese and a little oil with salt and pepper with lemon juice. put all that into a tinfoil wrap make sure for no leaks, then make a nice bed of cherry hot coals, let cook for 15 mins or so. Then I bring rice every once in a while too with a pan. For fun nites bring beans lol. IF you need and cookin ideas been camping a long time learned a lot out there.

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I always used to put hamburger with green peppers and onions wrapped up in tinfoil with salt and pepper. I used to let that sit on the coals for awhile. It was perfect.

I had spam tonight for dinner, but that was in my own kitchen.
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haha spam you are well disgusting lol. I go always one step up for bologna lol
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The hamburger sounds pretty good maybe toss in some hot peppers and call it a nite. Trade ya?!
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I love being a poor college student. The can said it was crazy tasty so I couldn't turn it down.
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so hot pepers and beans I've heard of some interesting camping stories starting from nights like that.
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haha and to your other the other thread of the roll call if you go topless I am sure you will have more food for yourself because everybody else would not eat. lol jk
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so hot pepers and beans I've heard of some interesting camping stories starting from nights like that.
Well I can handle any pepper out there and beans sometimes I want them and sometimes I don't. I have the 22 year old cast iron stomach. Also been called the human Garbage can.
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fry the spam,it is very good
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Top roman for breakfast is amazing too- or if you guys get a earlier wheel in for about an hour cook breakfast off the manifold of the truck. Eggs and bacon and sausage can be done with very good success.
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Well I can handle any pepper out there and beans sometimes I want them and sometimes I don't. I have the 22 year old cast iron stomach. Also been called the human Garbage can.
I have the 23 year old cast iron stomach. I once had cat food, but that was because I told my mom her cooking was bad and I was too proud when I came to the dinner table and had a can of cat food on my plate. That was a mistake.
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fry the spam,it is very good
Never had that one thats new.
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I have the 23 year old cast iron stomach. I once had cat food, but that was because I told my mom her cooking was bad and I was too proud when I came to the dinner table and had a can of cat food on my plate. That was a mistake.
I would of loved to see that. Amazing if your going to do it you might as well do it right. Did you handle it like a champ? Smiled at your mom, told her it was the best thing to inventing bread?! I hope you took it to the extreme!
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That story is still told today whenever I bring a girl home to meet the parents.
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hamburgers, chicken, brats, and beer..

oh yah potato chips are a must too
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We usually bring lots of beer and tequila. Last time my friends found some 1 gallon bottles of super cheap wine for like 4 bucks a bottle, so we got a couple of those too.

As far as food, we usually fill the vehicles with firearms, ammo, and beer, so there usually isn't a lot of room. I always bring a few MREs just in case, and a few easy meals. For instance, one time we brought some rolls, couple hamburger patties, 2 packs of thin beef strips, couple onions, and some eggs. We made eggs and beef, hamburgers, philly beef steaks (no cheese heh), egg sandwiches etc. with some baked potatoes. All cooked over the fire. We usually try and keep it down to 2-3 "pieces" of food that we can make mulitple different meals out of. If we are on private property, we try and get our own food while we are there as well.
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hot dogs, burgers, soda, beer, chips, eggs and mmmmm, bacon for breakfast.
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Steak, baked potatoes, corn on the cob, pork chops, etc. for dinners.
Sammiches or stew on a cold day for lunch.
Bacon, bacon, bacon, sausage, pancakes, bacon, Poptarts, oatmeal, & bacon for breakfasts.
Good espresso, decent wine, cheap Scotch, good beer...
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I always put some ribeyes in a tupperware dish with favorite marinade, cook over the fire along with some baked potatoes, traditional eggs and bacon b fast, sandwiches for lunch.
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Meat,Meat and more Meat Some store bought
some wild
Trout onions taters ,lemon butter wrapped in foil
I like to take popeyes chicken good cold

Flap jacks syrup/jam

Sometimes I deep fry donuts
really late after drinking man are they good
hot suger donuts over camp fire


Man i could go on and on
soup,stew.....
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^^^Venison back strap marinated in olive oil, garlic, white wine, seasoning, garlic..........
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oh yah potato chips are a must too
Your to young for beer
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for venison tenterloin
I think he uses a red wine though
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i normally stop by mickey d's before and after since that is the closest place to both local offroad spots.
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Spicy Dogs, Lunchables, and COORS LIGHT is the only things you need for a weekend of camping and wheeling.
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COORS LIGHT? Is that to use to fill your radiator if you spring a leak?

Doesn't anybody drink dark beer anymore?
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Doesn't anybody drink dark beer anymore?
Been drinkin Harp and Guinness all day long today. But Campin it's always Coors Light. Yup, I'm a redneck. They don't sell Lonestar up here.
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