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Old 06-24-2012   #21
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Agreed! Make-your-own omelets in a bag is also great.

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Old 06-24-2012   #22
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Originally Posted by 2tomcat2 View Post
Agreed! Make-your-own omelets in a bag is also great.
Then dump it onto a tortilla, maybe a little salsa. No plate needed.

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Old 06-24-2012   #23
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Try beast tenderloin, buterfly cut 1 1/2 inch thick with all the trimings.Nothing like a 150.00 meal for 16
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Old 06-25-2012   #24
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For our upcoming MFS trip where we only have to prepare 1 group dinner and 1 group breakfast we're doing elk and sweet potato sheperds pie in the DO, prep the mashies and meat/veggies and freeze in a ziploc nice and flat. Strawberry shortcake for dessert. Prep and freeze the strawberries and do angel food cake in DO, from a mix that you only add water to with some cool whip. Bagel bar for bfast which is always a crowd pleaser, bacon in a bag heated up, smoked salmon, capers, tomato, onion, avo, flavored cream cheese, etc. I'm a big fan of prepping at home and freezing everything so you have a nice, neat stack of ziplocs in the cooler.
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Old 06-25-2012   #25
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In the dutch - apple and blue cheese stuffed thick cut pork chops on a bed of sauerkraut or spiced regular cabbage or served with a sweet and sour red cabbage.

If cooked with red cabbage it all turns an interesting color of blue so that is why it would be a side. Unless you like more psychedelic colored food.
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Old 06-25-2012   #26
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We do fajitas almost every trip.
Beef or elk meat, 1/3lb per person
Bell peppers and onions either cut up in camp or precut at home in ziplocs.
Fry with prepackaged fajita seasoning.
Serve with salsa, sour cream, and guac.

Chips and salsa or chips and guac is a great appetizer.
I haven't worked out a good dessert pairing.

My wifey has a great chicken fettucine recipe--
1 can of chicken from Costco per 4 people
1/2 lb. bacon per 4 people (fry extra @ breakfast and save if possible)

Pan fry the bacon, remove most of the grease, remove and crumble bacon, add chicken and mushrooms to heat in bacon grease, add alfredo sauce and bacon and serve when hot.

She uses an "as seen on TV" pasta cooker that you add the noodles + boiling water to and you use the drain in the lid after the noodles steep.

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