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Old 12-29-2012, 04:08 PM   #1
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how to cook a turkey dinner while travelling

here's a clip from our good friend, red green, on how to cook the turkey dinner while on the way to your relatives'.....

Red Green's Christmas Turkey Bake - YouTube

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Old 12-29-2012, 05:39 PM   #2
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Thanks Theresa, I had forgotten just how easy it is to prepare a turkey dinner. With Red Green's method, the relatives all say "just bring yourself, we'll do the cooking".

And a Happy New Year.

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So funny! I especially like the rock salt!
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OMY!! Frozen Peas in the radiator!! Good old Red!
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Thanks for the laugh! Headed to the beach for our daughter in law's birthday, think we'll 'volunteer' to bring dinner!
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That was great. Best laugh of the day. Has anyone ever used their crockpot in the trailer with 12v adaptor and cooked dinner on the way to the campsite? It's sure nice when dinner is all ready when you arrive.
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That was great. Best laugh of the day. Has anyone ever used their crockpot in the trailer with 12v adaptor and cooked dinner on the way to the campsite? It's sure nice when dinner is all ready when you arrive.
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The way my camper bounces sometimes, I think that my dinner would be all over the floor before I got there.
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Great website, Jim! I've explored around a lot of the sections, and this one is a keeper
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Oh no!! I couldn't help myself. I went to Amazon and purchased the book! I have got to see if it is really possible!
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Glad to help, let us know if it works...
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Hi: All...Here's my cooking while traveling hint. Not as funny as Red Green's... but it works. Loosely fill a thermos with your fav. red hots. Cover with boiling water and screw on the lid. Place in the sink of your trailer and when you stop for lunch... just get out the buns and condiments and serve.
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