What do you cook/eat when camping?

Discussion in 'Equipment' started by tafflink, Dec 3, 2007.

  1. KCDakar

    KCDakar What are we waiting for?

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    +1 on this. :thumb
  2. asphaltmueller

    asphaltmueller nomad acc. § 2(3)AVV

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    +1; respect, man. that's dedication
  3. ownst1100

    ownst1100 BLUES TRAVELER 04'GSA

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    Very cool Rosie!, well done. The cutting board is a nice touch.
  4. davsato

    davsato Been here awhile

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    great idea rosie, very thoughtfully, er.. thought out:clap

    like he said, thats a marketable idea right there
  5. Xeraux

    Xeraux Archvillain

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    ..Who will then whine about how expensive it is and then how they found another bag that works just as well for US$5.00.
  6. AngryScot

    AngryScot .

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    can't let go huh :lol2
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  7. Rosie!

    Rosie! Little MissAdventure

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    :nod
    The bag took quite a bit of time, and a wee bit of stress to make. I have limited enthusiasm for making another one. I'm happy to stick with sharing ideas and giving others inspiration :D
  8. Wadester

    Wadester Rides a dirty bike

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    If you want "Custom Sewing and Cordura Items"

    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=487221

    Corrado113 does excellent work - he made a similar kitchen bag for me to go into a Jesse Safari case. Didn't have the cutting board slot tho.
  9. doublen

    doublen Been here awhile

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    Large cup from convenience store filled with ice. :freaky
  10. Riegman

    Riegman n00b

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    Hey
    Definitely need a 'Jetboil' cooking system. Do everything in about a minute.
  11. TheLuckyOne

    TheLuckyOne n00b

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    Last summer I got hooked on the stuff they sell at PackitGourmet.com. It's just up the road from me in Austin.

    After eating plenty of dehydrated meals-in-a-bag, I wasn't expecting much. But this stuff was just unbelievable. Yeah, they are a bit pricey, but worth every penny. I just fire up the JetBoil, and generally have a meal ready in 5-10 min. (and it's crazy good)

    I pretty much gave up prepping and packing meals--I just keep a handful of these at the house and throw them into the luggage when I'm heading out. That's one less things I have to worry about.
  12. WU7X

    WU7X The Old Fart

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    Think I'll have to order some of these. Thanks for giving us the website.

    Dale

  13. 10Cup

    10Cup Long timer

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    Look like a great assortment. I'm going to try them with my Jetboil. Thanks for sharing!
  14. Mastery

    Mastery Mr. Funny Man

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    Holy cow, finally got to page 52! All day reading, sitting here reading all the great recipe ideas. And, seeing how it's been a month since the lat posting, figured I'd bump this one back to the top for the newbie inmates...like me :1drink
  15. Grantizzle

    Grantizzle Been here awhile

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    one of my favorite and super easy recipes for a quick dinner with very little set up is a box of zataran's jambalaya rice mix and a few chicken sausages or a 1lb kielbasa. you can take them out of the freezer and ride all day with them in your panniers and they'll be thawed.
  16. Stromdog

    Stromdog Howl at the Moon

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    Try my sardine and noodle dish. Quite yummy! It won't give you gas like some of the bean dishes listed.
  17. Oldrice

    Oldrice oldrice.com

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    Gotta bump it.

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  18. AngryScot

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    yup, fresh baked bread :nod

    first attempt was not as planned!
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    2nd attempt
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    foil has bacon/tatties and onions, pot has left over onions
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    idea from ray mears video off you tube.
  19. Oldrice

    Oldrice oldrice.com

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    Now THAT's what I'm talkin about!:evil

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  20. VStromTom

    VStromTom Long timer

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    My now X cooked a lot of stuff that looked much like that black shit in the pot. Yes, part of the reason she is now an X!!!!!!!!!!