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Old 10-08-2012, 12:39 AM   #1
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What's your favourite thing to make that's fast and easy? I love beans and weiners... just put them in the pot & heat'em up... breakfast variation is bacon and eggs with beans and weiners.
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Old 10-08-2012, 12:44 AM   #2
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Quesadillas. Flour tortillas, spread some refried beans, add some cheese and throw in a pan for about two minutes per side. Serve with sour cream and salsa. Good hot food. Beer likes to be served with it too.
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mmm, loves me some quesadillas...great for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
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mmm, loves me some quesadillas...great for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
We just had some tonight. Put some leftover taco seasoned chicken in with them. Oh yeah!
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Along the same line, tacos are awesome too. Just reheat hamburger or chicken or pork, throw it in the shell... guacamole, tomato, lettuce, salsa... yummy...
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Old 10-08-2012, 08:03 AM   #6
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I consider myself a really good cook so I make things at home, take portions on the trip and reheat in the microwave..(I do all the cooking at home)

we did, however, have pre-cooked Fajita chix and beef with all the other fixin's, including Mango Salsa and Guacamole, wrapped in flour tortillas on our last trip

have an "out of this world" chicken/veggie recipe that can be served as a soup or over noodles or with dumplings (good too over mac cheese).....Bill
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I've noticed on these food threads that bacon is a popular food choice. We make bacon wrapped baked potatos. (step 1 optional, but cuts down cooking time) Poke holes in taters, put in microwave til mostly cooked. Coat taters with your choice of oil (NOT 10W30!) Wrap a strip of bacon around potato, wrap with foil and bake. We made these with bacon wrapped filet mignon a while back... as my son-in-law said, the only thing missing was the bacon wrapped bacon!
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We are taking some Jambalaya on the trip up to Happy Jack, Az tomorrow. We had some leftover from Dinner Monday so we are gonna juice it up with more chicken, sausage, corn and okra. Corn muffins or Maybe some biscuits in the Dutch oven?

@Whiskey...is your recipe a secret? If not, share please! Thx.
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we make breakfast burritos a lot we make them at home reheat in microwave with some tortilla shell at the campground add a little salsa and some hot sauce very quick and yummy breakfast
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..@Whisk(e)y...is your recipe a secret? If not, share please! Thx.
this recipe is from the "Pioneer Woman" collection - the Cooking Channel or the Food Network - Chicken & Dumplings (tho I don't like her Dumplings)

2 Chix Boobs & 4 Chix Thighs - cut into pieces (I like the dark meat Chix)
Flour - seasoned with S&P, Garlic Powder, Paprika - in a gallon freezer bag
6 or more Carrots - cut bite sized
6 or more ribs Celery - cut bite sized
1 Yellow Onion - chopped
2 Tblsp Garlic - minced
tsp Thyme
tsp Turmeric
6 cups Chix Broth (enough to cover all)
1/2 cup Apple Cider (or "juice" if ya can't find Cider)
1/2 cup Heavy Cream
Olive Oil & Butter
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toss Chix in seasoned Flour & brown (in a large pot) in Oil/Butter (eyeball amount) - set aside. Wilt all veggies in same pot - add Thyme & Turmeric - add Cider, Cream & Broth. Bring to a boil then simmer, covered, until Chix has finished cooking & Carrots are done.

this can be used as a Soup, or have Dumplings added when boiling & simmering, or with Wide Egg Noodles, or (as I did last night) spooned over some Mac Cheese & microwaved.....Bill
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