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Join Date: Sep 1999
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Re: OT-Jeepin Food
When my buddy and I did our jeep trip last summer, we took one of those small grilles, it's like 18" x 9", runs on the small propane bottles. That thing was great! We would stock up on food every 3 or 4 days.
I always liked the fresh tuna steaks and shrimp on the grill. [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img] That, with some instant rice, flavored with some spices, maybe some potato salad... mmm.... good stuff.
Also shishkabob - chicken (w/spices), marinated in some italian dressing, kebobed on skewers, with mushrooms, onions, pepers... mmmm...
Also, take one big pot. You can create your own kind of 'gumbo stew'. Cut up buritos, some rice, spices, veggies, a few cans of various soups, etc. Cook this over a fire, as it's tough on fuel - takes a long time to cook a big stew.
I always like cooking when camping, and having something good, rather than 'burgers'. Also, look for stuff that doesn't need refrigeration: cans of soup, cans of veggies, chili, etc. We wandered around the supermarket quite a bit and came up with some good stuff.
Good luck, and good eatin'! [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
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