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Old 08-25-2011   #1
 
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Trying to keep it simple.

What would you serve for breakfast and dinner, with only one 6 quart Dutch oven, one 11 in.X 18 in. griddle, a 28 cup coffee pot and one 4 burner stove, for 6 people?

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With that much coffee, I'd serve up a groover! (28/6=4.6 cups per person)
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Fajitas and egg burritos. Do all the prep at home and all you dirty is the dutch.
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Biscuits and gravy for breakfast. Make the gravy like normal and add canned biscuits (chopped first) directly to the gravy and stew until the biscuit dumplings are cooked.
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Six Ramens......Trying to keep it simple.
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Make one of the breakfasts smoked salmon, bagels and cream cheese. With some apples / oranges to go along.

You don't even need to take the DO off the boat for that one, and its a bonus if you toast the bagels on the griddle. Very minimal cleanup.

Maybe two breakfasts if you'll be out for more than a few days...

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With that much coffee, I'd serve up a groover! (28/6=4.6 cups per person)
Coffee is like boose, you do'nt want to run out. First thing in the morning a nice hot cup of coffee goes well when you are topping off the boats or sitting on the can, making room for breakfast.
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Six Ramens......Trying to keep it simple.
Is that what you'll be eating for the next 5 weeks?
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Six Ramens......Trying to keep it simple.
Yes, and top it off with some fresh grilled vegetables.
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