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Old 12-16-2007, 11:24 PM   #91
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Here's another from a weekend trip to a place called Pio Pico down south on Labor Day weekend. Our little group has been doing this together for sometime and we've become quit organized. We do not suffer and eat very well.

Here's breakfast for 5. When we get together for these weekend trips i'll bring the big shallow pan, the cooking platform works great and handles it really well. And being shallow it tales up very little space if packed on edge.



Egg scramble with bell peppers and onions. Lots of bacon and at the far end of the table hash brown potatoes.



Small settup in the middle is for making coffee. That little Espresso maker gets a good work out on our trips. Mark has his Jet Boil out but was using it as a cup for his coffee.

The settup on the far end has since been replaced by another Cooking platform. Have'nt camped together since giving Jim & Joann there settup. Looking forword to getting together for another trip and trying it all out together.
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Old 12-17-2007, 12:01 AM   #92
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Tortillas and beer. No stove.
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Old 12-17-2007, 04:15 PM   #93
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Breakfast at rallies.

If luggage space is tight I have it all in a large Pitta bread,if not then a couple of Croissant.



I like to camp in style,if you can get it there on a bike it's legal!
Oh yeah,my plate is a Frisbee,double purpose-fun and food.

PS I've been meaning to post these for ages,good thread.
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Old 12-17-2007, 05:09 PM   #94
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Now thats what I'd call a nice meal while camping. Never thought about the mushrooms but you can bet they'll be there next trip.
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Old 12-17-2007, 08:19 PM   #95
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I ought to share these too.

I cook socks ,not really,I'm drying it for the g/f.

Multi tools are great for holding hot sausages (just don't eat the end where the pliers were gripping 'cos you know what you've used them for .


Wasabi coated peas are addictive-beware your sinuses.
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Old 12-17-2007, 08:59 PM   #96
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This suff is so cool. I for one am not as interested in where you are, but what you're doing now and how you got there.

I wish I had pictures to show you but I'll describe it the best I can. This was the best camping meal I've ever had. Usually it's tortillas, rice and beans and whatever else my dad had up his sleeve. This time was different.

Sausage in a frying pan, then the freshly caught trout fried in with the sausage. The grease provided by the sausage was a best medium for the trout to be cooked in. Sliced lengthwise the sausage is laid on toasted wheat bread and covered by the trout and some thinly sliced avacado.

Damn that was yummy.

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Old 12-17-2007, 09:06 PM   #97
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[quote=Hoon]I cook socks ,not really,I'm drying it for the g/f.


A little Tobasco sauce and you never know......might be better than some of the stuff my wife cooks up.
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Old 12-17-2007, 09:40 PM   #98
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Hmm,

Never thought to try fish with sausages,sounds good with the Avocado too.

Our evening meals at these rallies are normally a chilli or spagetti bolognese which we make before hand and freeze in bags which is just the right amount to be warmed up in a mess-tin (we add the pre-cooked rice or pasta and veg before freezing).
Of course the frozen meals keep my beer cool until they thaw out too .
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Old 12-19-2007, 05:52 PM   #99
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I just stumbled onto this thread while looking for something about camping. Great Scott!!! Talk about informative and entertaining - incredible....

I plan to do some motorcycle camping next year & will use some of these suggestions. I think ownST1100 must be the guy that was at SeaSTOC at the end of Oct. Wanted to pass by there but went to Colorado instead.

Don't stop now.....
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Old 12-19-2007, 06:27 PM   #100
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I like Bacon. Bacon with every single meal out there.

Bacon and eggs
Club sandwich...it has bacon it
baked beans - it has bacon in it

Bacon is the best part of the pig
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Old 12-21-2007, 12:53 PM   #101
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Here's something for snacking on or when you've got the munchies on a cold evening.

Edamame steams up pretty damn quick and is nice cure for cold fingers and hands. All you need is one of these cool little folding steamer to make it happen.

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Old 12-21-2007, 07:44 PM   #102
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I try to eat a light breakfast, usually a powerbar and fruit. I also stay away from caffine in the morning, for a few reasons, I would drink more than I already would later and I don't like stopping before my gas tank runs down for the first leg of the day. MREs are convient but after several thousand of the same 24 meals (menu #1-24) they are very boring and any break from them is nice, they also have a lot of calories (something like 1100-1300 per) and they take up a lot of room unless you field strip them (remove all of the cardboard and superfluous items) roll them up, tape 'em and you doubled you days of suppy. For dinner, I do generic canned items.
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Old 12-21-2007, 09:36 PM   #103
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I like Bacon. Bacon with every single meal out there.

Bacon and eggs
Club sandwich...it has bacon it
baked beans - it has bacon in it

Bacon is the best part of the pig
Speaking of bacon. Check this out, chicken fried bacon.
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Old 12-23-2007, 08:36 PM   #104
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First step is to build a fire fore grilling. This bristlecone pine burned hot, and for a long time.



While that was burning, time for a beverage, bourbon on the rocks, (dry ice).



Next, place the grill over the fire, and add the chicken, with spices.



While the chicken, corn, and peppers are cocking, enjoy the view.



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Old 12-23-2007, 08:59 PM   #105
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I have several cooking setups, but I like this Swedish Army alcohol cookset. It heats a couple of pop top cans of veggies and a Hormel entree (seen on top of a pan of boiling water) pretty quickly. All the containers are the serving vessels and get thrown away.



But on that same trip, another Advrider - Jeteye set the bar higher...


He brought a half of a perfectly smoked Boston butt which provided breakfast meat for just about all eight or so of our party that morning. Then after setting up everyone else with some of the best smoked pork ever, he threw a simple breakfast plate together for himself....


Smoked pork, fried eggs, grits, & salsa. And you should have seen his cocktail setup the night before And all packed neatly on one bike

I have to say that all the Advriders I've met and ridden with not only ride well, but eat well, too! It don't get much better than this.
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