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Old 02-11-2007, 02:51 PM   #80
CaveDave
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My camp cooking often consists of Mountain House dehydrated meals. They're so very portable, not too expensive, and all you've got to do is boil the H2O. At the end of a long day, they taste mighty damn good, too. I always have tea bags, and my riding partner has a kick-ass little portable coffee maker. I use an aluminum BSA-style mess kit, but have perfected cooking bacon, scrapple, sausage, etc. in it. Another lightweight hot meal is to get bags of red beans and rice from the "ethnic" section of the grocery store. Fry up some sausage and toss into one of these, and it's one burner gourmet time!!!
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