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Old 01-02-2013, 09:30 AM   #16
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A friend works on snowmobiles. He showed me a rig that clamps to the exhaust for the purpose of warming hot dogs while one zips across the snow. He hates the things, because he claims that there is about a 90% chance of finding a long-forgotten hot dog in one when pulling the muffler.

Aluminum foil sounds more sanitary.
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Old 01-02-2013, 09:33 AM   #17
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Pack of Ramen Noodles
Pack of tuna/chicken
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Put Tuna/chicken in pot with all ingredients except the noodles add water. Bring to a boil, add noodles boil 2 minutes. Cover and let sit for 5-10 minutes. Enjoy with crackers.
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Old 01-04-2013, 09:12 PM   #18
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Old 01-08-2013, 03:01 PM   #19
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If you like curries, I have found at most Middle Eastern/Indian groceries you can get these great pre-cooked curries in a pouch. When I was seconded to a British army unit in Afghanistan, we had these in our meal packs. You can warm them up in a micro wave in a gas station, set them in cup of hot water or eat them right from the packet. I like to mix them with a small packet of tuna or chicken, like the ones packed in water by Starkist. Another plus is they only run about $2.49 ea and are enough for one person for a meal. They are quite tasty!
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My Mum just bought a raft of them for me as a Christmas present, as they are a road staple. They are pretty healthy if you don't mind the sodium, which can be on the high side. I like to cook up a pot of rice to have with them, preferably basmati.

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If you like curries, I have found at most Middle Eastern/Indian groceries you can get these great pre-cooked curries in a pouch. When I was seconded to a British army unit in Afghanistan, we had these in our meal packs. You can warm them up in a micro wave in a gas station, set them in cup of hot water or eat them right from the packet. I like to mix them with a small packet of tuna or chicken, like the ones packed in water by Starkist. Another plus is they only run about $2.49 ea and are enough for one person for a meal. They are quite tasty!
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Old 01-08-2013, 06:39 PM   #21
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sodium consumption is a must for hot weather travel no?

Are there Indian markets in the great red states? It's been awhile since I've crossed the US...
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I won't engage in the sodium debate. Most of us get more than we need.

I'm from VT. What's a red state? We're all pinkos here.

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sodium consumption is a must for hot weather travel no?

Are there Indian markets in the great red states? It's been awhile since I've crossed the US...
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Too right! Big +1 on the basmati rice. There are a couple brands which package it pre-cooked, Just open the packet and mix it in with your curry. Truly lovely.
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sodium consumption is a must for hot weather travel no?

Are there Indian markets in the great red states? It's been awhile since I've crossed the US...
Can't speak for the rest of Kansas, but here in Larryville, home of the Jayhawks, we're an island of blue in a sea of red.
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I've been trying to refine a technique for cooking grains in a pint stainless Thermos. Basically, put the grains in and cover with boiling water, and let sit. It takes a couple of hours, and the outcome is stickier than if they were boiled, but it works. If you do it at lunch break, the result is ready for dinner.
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I won't engage in the sodium debate. Most of us get more than we need.

I'm from VT. What's a red state? We're all pinkos here.
Ha!

I used to be more elaborate, but now I keep it simple, a roll of aluminum foil and stop at a supermarket, pickup a fresh steak, maybe a potatoe, carrot & onion, wrap it all up toss it in the coals, sometimes I just stop at a roadside stand for veggies. I try to avoid processed foods, an ear of corn, I just soak in water in husk, toss in fire

other than the foil, in my cooking kit, I have some spices, and a small campfire coffee percolator that I can pull guts out of and boil water maybe a fresh egg

seldom however to I ever do breakfast, that's a ritual for me on a ride, 50, 100 miles into the days ride I stop at a local greasy spoon, 3 eggs, sausage (pattys) home fries, whole wheat toast w jam, OJ & Coffee
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Old 01-16-2013, 10:53 AM   #27
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A friend works on snowmobiles. He showed me a rig that clamps to the exhaust for the purpose of warming hot dogs while one zips across the snow. He hates the things, because he claims that there is about a 90% chance of finding a long-forgotten hot dog in one when pulling the muffler.

Aluminum foil sounds more sanitary.
I did this the other day on my XL600. We had made a bunch of carnitas wrapped in tortillas, so I put one (wrapped in foil) between my muffler and side plastics. I used a small spring clamp to hold the edge of the foil to the the plastic to keep it from falling out.

After about 45 minutes it was just luke warm, but I ate it anyway. I need to make something to attach food to the exhaust closer to the engine for more heat.

Here is one, but the shape looks a bit cumbersome:
http://www.gobigparts.com/HotDoggerIV.html

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Old 01-21-2013, 09:26 PM   #28
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trail food

I use this site,its free and has one pot cooking with ingredients you make at home and bring along.Trailcooking.com its for backpacking but works for me on the motorcycle as well.
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Anyone mention VIGO yet ?
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