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Old 05-22-2017, 03:40 PM   #1
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Food/ stock trip list

Would anyone have a trip list for food and supplies list? Thank You in advance.
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Old 05-22-2017, 04:35 PM   #2
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This is my list that I always start with, I adjust to what I have and plan for meals.

Chicken
Steak
Hamburger
Shredded chicken
Hotdogs
Corn on cob
Potatoes
Onion
Shredded cheese
Swiss/American cheese
Sour cream
Eggs
Bacon
Sausage
Sausage rolls
Oatmeal
Pasta salad
Potato salad
Chips
Nachos
Salsa
Mayo
Mustard
Ketchup
Butter
Bread
Rolls
Hamburger/hot dog buns
Biscuits
Flour tortillas
Cereal
Mac & cheese
Ravioli meals
Baked beans
Ham
Turkey
Water
Milk
Tea
Cranberry juice
Fruit
Ice cream
Marshmallows
Graham crackers
Chocolate

Plates
Bowels
Forks
Spoons
Knifes
Paper towels
Dish soap
Aluminum foil
Seal bags
Shampoo/conditioner
Bath soap
Clorox wipes

Dog food
Dog treats
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Old 05-22-2017, 04:45 PM   #3
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This is my list that I always start with, I adjust to what I have and plan for meals.

Chicken
Steak
Hamburger
Shredded chicken
Hotdogs
Corn on cob
Potatoes
Onion
Shredded cheese
Swiss/American cheese
Sour cream
Eggs
Bacon
Sausage
Sausage rolls
Oatmeal
Pasta salad
Potato salad
Chips
Nachos
Salsa
Mayo
Mustard
Ketchup
Butter
Bread
Rolls
Hamburger/hot dog buns
Biscuits
Flour tortillas
Cereal
Mac & cheese
Ravioli meals
Baked beans
Ham
Turkey
Water
Milk
Tea
Cranberry juice
Fruit
Ice cream
Marshmallows
Graham crackers
Chocolate

Plates
Bowels
Forks
Spoons
Knifes
Paper towels
Dish soap
Aluminum foil
Seal bags
Shampoo/conditioner
Bath soap
Clorox wipes

Dog food
Dog treats
Yep!
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Old 05-22-2017, 08:19 PM   #5
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Old 05-23-2017, 05:06 PM   #6
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With all that food,better pack some TP also.
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Old 05-24-2017, 05:11 AM   #7
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Wow what a food list lol I just pack frozen tv dinners and for breakfast and get more when low. I don't camp to eat I just eat some so I can camp.
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all that food will last what a month?
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Wow what a food list lol I just pack frozen tv dinners and for breakfast and get more when low. I don't camp to eat I just eat some so I can camp.
X2 when I go by myself. Course I'd be happy with a can of Beenie Weenies. When the rest of the family is with me, though, they seem to expect more. Camping vs. glamping, I guess.
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We keep the camper loaded with everything non-perishable. When we decide to go, we just empty the house fridge into the camper, grab some clothes and hit the road.
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We used to stock a lot "just in case", but found we just hauled most of it around and brought it home.

Now, we just keep frozen breakfast sandwiches, hamburgers, hotdogs and rolls for quickie traveling meals and hit the grocery store for what we need every few days while in camp.

If we are planning for a "pot luck", we will bring everything precooked and frozen in a cooler so we just need to thaw and reheat. We do pack things that would be expensive to buy every time, like spices, coffee, and condiments.

Good quality paper products have replaced dishes and we use unbreakable acrylic glasses to keep the weight and cleanup down.

We have cut back on just about everything (tools, etc) we used to pre-load and just buy what we need; as needed.

I do still carry a small kit with a battery 1/2 inch drill, bits and sockets, a set of wrenches (SAE and metric), roll of duct tape, pliers and cutters, and what I might need to fast repair a roof tear (Eternabond and tube of Dicor Lap sealant) or leak.
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Old 05-26-2017, 11:52 AM   #12
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Would anyone have a trip list for food and supplies list? Thank You in advance.
Attached is a list of supplies that we refer to when going on a trip.

Happy camping !!

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Just as important, when you get home go through your camper and get rid of everything you didn't use.
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Just concentrating on food, we plan a menu for each trip, whether we'll be on a site for 3 days or 2 weeks and bring food accordingly and everything is geared around dinner.
We have our regulars (e.g., steaks - means also baked potatoes, sautéed mushrooms, garden salad). Another example would be split broilers (I'll know to pre-make my special marinade and bring fresh corn). Whatever are the things your family likes to eat and by preplanning its one less thing to think about.
At home breakfast is basically toast. When camping then its eggs, sausage, French toast so we generally skip lunch except maybe for some cheese and crackers. I do 90% of our cooking and enjoy it so IMO if i'm taking the effort, it might as well taste good. We freeze all our meats in seal-a-meal bags and with removing all the air, the bags take up much less room in the freezer.
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The one campground we go to you can buy breakfast for under $5.00 and thats for 2 eggs any way 2 slices toast ,taters, sausage or ham, juice , coffee , they also have French toast, cereal, oat meal and pastries so why pack and fix breakfast and they do lunch cheap
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why pack all kinds of food so someone is always cooking or cleaning to me that no fun, well each his own
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Attached is a list of supplies that we refer to when going on a trip.

Happy camping !!

Jim S.
you fit all that in your camper?
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why pack all kinds of food so someone is always cooking or cleaning to me that no fun, well each his own


Some people have special dietary needs that don't go away just because we are camping.

I would add wine to that list by the way.
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When we got our TT two years ago I packed it full of staples and some canned goods. We camped a lot that first summer and did two vacations with our kids and their families. I still have some canned goods out there that I need to bring in the house or check to see if the dates are still good. At this point now, we usually take stuff from the fridge that we need, such as condiments, water, soda, beer, wine, etc. Tea and coffee we keep in the trailer. I have flour, sugar, salt, pepper, some spices we use regularly, pancake mix, and a few other things that are in plastic containers. Other that, I am going to clean out all the other canned goods and things I have stocked because we just don't use them. We tend to bring just what we want to cook. And, we've learned not to bring too much because half the time we don't eat as much as we thought we would. The food listed in the second post would last the two of us a month!
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At the end of the season, we completely empty the camper. Whatever food is still good we just use in the house and we just restock fresh in the spring.
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