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Old 09-25-2014, 03:49 PM   #11
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Here's our menu for the upcoming trip.

Drive all day Wed
Wed dinner - grilled fish with coleslaw
Thurs breakfast - eggs and bacon with toast
Thur lunch - out on town
Thurs dinner - brats and salad
Fri breakfast - eggs and sausage
Fri lunch - out on town
Fri dinner - rotisserie chicken over the campfire, macaroni salad and spinach salad
Sat breakfast - cornbeef hash and hashbrown potatoes (wife favorite campfood and serious carb loadup)
Sat lunch - sandwiches and chips
Sat dinner - dutch oven chili or stew (can't decide) with cornbread and toss salad
Sun Breakfast - oatmeal then hit the road

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Old 09-25-2014, 04:05 PM   #12
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European weenies upon check-in are a mandatory occurance around here. Whether over a fire, or on the bbq it doesn't really matter. Topped with a healthy serving of saurkraut, and "paired with" a good cold beer. To me, this is the essence of camping...a hot diggity dog and a beer.

Saturday breakie will always be a fry-up of some sorts, lunches are usually lazy affiars with us, crackers, chips, salsa, sliced meats and cheese, easy stuff to nibble on before or after a nap.

If time permits, I'll smoke something to take along for Saturday dinner. Ribs, ABT's pulled pork, whatever works. If not, then we will grill something, salmon, burgers, steak, pork chops, again....whatever we have a hankerin' for. I made a great little curried chicken pot pie earlier in the year. Cooked it up the night before we left, and just reheated it in the oven at the campsite.

If we are departing on a Sunday, we will usually have cereal, fruit and yogurt for breaky then slowly.....slowly.....break down camp and head back to the real world.

Did I mention European weenies and a beer?

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Old 09-25-2014, 04:19 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by jlbreaux View Post
My favorite gravy to cook is a stuffed beef tongue.
Now that's just mean Jibreaux! Mention something like that and don't share a recipe?? No beer for you!
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Old 09-25-2014, 04:28 PM   #14
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I camp solo and tend to keep my meals simple.

Bacon, eggs, hash browns, OJ
Cold or hot cereal and a toasted muffin.

Sandwich (Fried ham or BLT) with fresh fruit or yogurt.
Mac n Cheese, fresh fruit.

Baked BBQ chicken, scallop potatoes and fresh green beans.
Pot roast with potatoes & carrots cooked in a slow cooker.
Spaghetti, bread and salad.
Sloppy Joes, cole slaw and fruit (great for check-in day)
Chili and corn bread.
Great choice for "Living within my means" and camping for one...

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Old 09-25-2014, 04:36 PM   #15
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Depends on season, temp, location, occasion. Anything from pre-made gumbo to grilled steaks. Hot wings to burgers. Brisket to hot dogs. Salad to sandwiches. No different from home. Wife LOVES to cook.
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Old 09-25-2014, 05:15 PM   #16
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definately depends on the season ....

steaks, ribs or chicken and something in the dutch oven if we have people visiting ..

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Old 09-25-2014, 06:31 PM   #17
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Hotdogs every meal or it ain't camping... Oh, and s'mores after.
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Old 09-25-2014, 08:59 PM   #18
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Fridays are usually late arrivals so it's usually a samich and chips of some sort. Breakfast usually a biscuit in the DO and sausage gravy, or eggs, rice and toast, or poptarts or cereal. Lunch usually ham, turkey, tuna, spam, samich and chips or Vienna sausage, beanie weenie. Supper usually on the grill, fish, ribs, pulled pork, chops, steak, corn on the cob, baked beans In the DO. and then followed with a dessert, peach cobbler in the DO and sometimes homemade Icecream.

I was cooking every meal until DW informed me I was spending too much time cooking.

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What ever my little heart wants.

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Old 09-25-2014, 09:12 PM   #20
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We have what we call 'tacos' for short, at one meal.....

cook hamburger with taco seasoning...
cut up some lettuce....
cut up a tomato....
cut on the mini stalk onion....
shredded cheese...
sour cream...
taco sauce.....
're fried beans'...

spread all of this on a burrito shell and fold into a 'big burrito'.... Doritos on the side.

Eat out side as it can make a very big mess on your face and lap....

(don't forget the beer)

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