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Old 01-31-2018, 08:18 PM   #1
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Any favorite eats or recipes while on the road?

Iím a chef so this topic is always fun. Necessity is the mother of invention they say and some of the best meals Iíve had are ones prepared when traveling light.
Any favorites out there? Do you do any cooking on the road or do you just cook at home and take it with when you go?
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Old 01-31-2018, 09:39 PM   #2
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We cook when traveling, steaks on the grill. Hot dogs, hamburgers, pork chops. Some stops we eat out if it's special.
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Old 01-31-2018, 09:50 PM   #3
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As a rule, I am not a gadget girl but decided to try an Instant Pot first at our land based home and this past weekend in our TT. It is a game changer. Mushroom and.parmesan risotto by a camp fire? Yes, please.
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Blackened chicken.
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As a rule, I am not a gadget girl but decided to try an Instant Pot first at our land based home and this past weekend in our TT. It is a game changer. Mushroom and.parmesan risotto by a camp fire? Yes, please.
Speaking my language. Mint pesto marinated lamb chops and bacon charred Brussels sprouts on the grill was fun.
When I Tent camp we crack a couple dozen eggs and put them in a Tupperware container used for juices, tea, etc then shake them up so we have scrambled eggs. It was easier to transport and less fragile and we just pour off what we need every morning.
After a long night of Jack Daniels around the campfire a cousin of mine came to our camp to try and find something cold to drink to help his hangover. He reached in the ice chest, grabbed the orange juice and got about 3 big chugs down before he realized he was drinking raw eggs.
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Oh and these foil pack dinners.
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We do more cooking when camping than when at home. Usually because we often go in groups.

Breakfasts on the griddle, burgers & dogs on the campfire, foil pack dinners, smoked meats & cheeses from the smoker, goodies from the insta-pot, desserts from the dutch oven, ice cream from the hand crank.
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FIRST Instant Pot use yesterday. Tired of looking at it sit around. Simple pasta/meat. Wife liked it, not much taste to me. Not instant either, but surely easy. Next I'm gonna stick in a pork roast/taters/carrots and see what that does in the thing.

Eating out tonight. 33,928,098 shrimp restaurants within 10 miles. Hard to choose.

Also have some shrimp I want to try and grill. Over rice. Weather needs to warm up so we can get outside more.
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Snort. I used that same strategy to pack eggs back in our tent camping days...that was my nightmare scenario! "Don't drink anything out of Raif's cooler" was a common warning.

Conventional camp food is great but sometimes we like to change it up. Both of us still work so we are often setting up camp late Thurs/Fri night. We want something quick but still delicious and are often trying to do it well after dark. That is where the Instant Pot comes in super handy... risottos, soups, curries, roasted meats are all in play at a FRACTION of the electric draw and time of any other appliance.
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