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Old 07-31-2012, 12:30 PM   #15
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We will quite often take pre-cooked hamburger with taco seasnoning ( frozen ). and just take the meat out of the freeezer in the morning warm it up in a frying pan, heat the taco shells in the oven for a couple of minutes and there is quick and easy tacos, a little messy to eat put realy quick and tasty . we will also make nachos with the taco beef some times too. also really easy.
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Old 07-31-2012, 02:25 PM   #16
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My Scamp's "pantry" always has Zatarain's.I use the Spanish Rice for stuffed bell peppers,with a wedge of pepper jack cheese in the middle.When done,slathered with Crystal cayenne pepper sauce.
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Old 07-31-2012, 03:17 PM   #17
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My Scamp's "pantry" always has Zatarain's.I use the Spanish Rice for stuffed bell peppers,with a wedge of pepper jack cheese in the middle.When done,slathered with Crystal cayenne pepper sauce.
Can I come for dinner??? That sounds good - will keep it in mind for next trip.
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Can I come for dinner??? That sounds good - will keep it in mind for next trip.
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Old 08-01-2012, 02:31 PM   #19
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Most of my trips are boondocking,so I keep plenty of dried goods in my pantry...pasta,canned veggies,RAGU,Jiffy Mix...you name it,I have it in my inventory.A can of pineapple chunks added to K-Bobs can add a whole new dimension to dinner out in the middle of a National Forest.I keep the Scamp stocked in case I need to make a quick getaway.
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I went moose hunting in Minnesota's BWCA . No bottles , cans and most packaging are allowed in the BWCA. My wife and I dehydrated enough food to feed 4 men for 10 days . We made dried soups ,stews , dried fruit , beef jerky ,dried sausage ,fruit roll ups,dried vegetables ,dried meat , dried potatoes , sauces , dried tomatoes etc. Packaged in seal a meal bags they keep forever , are very light weight and stay dry even if you tip over the canoe . We find meals like this a big help when dry camping over a long period and inexpensive to make at home
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Old 08-02-2012, 09:33 PM   #21
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Spaghetti -n- Dogs

http://www.tablespoon.com/recipes/noodle-weenies-recipe/1/
Here's something for the kids in you. Spaghetti and hot dogs.. Only the spaghetti goes through the hot dogs
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We will quite often take pre-cooked hamburger with taco seasnoning ( frozen ). and just take the meat out of the freeezer in the morning warm it up in a frying pan, heat the taco shells in the oven for a couple of minutes and there is quick and easy tacos, a little messy to eat put realy quick and tasty . we will also make nachos with the taco beef some times too. also really easy.

Sounds great. I'm heading for the High Country in a couple of weeks for some Fly Fishing.
I love omletts. Have you ever tried freezing them
and then cooking them in the bag in boiling water.
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Here's something for the kids in you. Spaghetti and hot dogs.. Only the spaghetti goes through the hot dogs
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Take a bowl of hot water and add ketchup to get instant tomato soup (tongue in cheek.)
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