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Old 03-17-2013   #1
 
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overnight meals

Anyone have any good ideas for good over night rafting meals?

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Thanks for your help!
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Old 03-18-2013   #4
 
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Leftovers?

Anything is easy for an overnight.
Don't even freeze it first.
Pull it out of your fridge, put it in the cooler.

Heck, steaks, FTMFW!
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Soak cedar plank wrap in water

Salmon on a cedar plank.



Skip the cream sauce if its only a one nighter.
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Dinty Moore!
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Thai curry. One pot cooking(if you precook th rice).
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Lasagna (killer recipe with spinach cheese ravioli, artichoke hearts, yum!)
Breakfast casserole (layer Hawiian bread or sourdough or ? with cheese, eggs, meat or not)...made ahead, wrap in heavy duty foil, freeze or not, in camp steam foil packets in a pot with a little water
Make-your-own omelets in a bag (your choice of ingredients with eggs in a sturdy
small ziplock, in simmering water, 10+ min, fluffy and delicious)
Baked beans with pineapple (yep)
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If you want to have a bomber meal, we like to do a lowland boil (Cajun boil) on the first night. It's more expensive, but amazing. Recipe as follows

fingerling potaters
boiler onions (just peeled)
whole garlic cloves
whole jalapenos
shucked corn
crab
shrimp
Italian sausage (i like it HOT!)
Zatarains crab boil (its looks like a teabag of spices, just open the box and throw it in)
Zatarains crab boil extract (liquid deliciousness of some sort)
Old bay seasoning (optional, before or after serving)

We don't have a science about how much, and use your best judgement on which ones go in first, i.e., sausage, taters, garlic, onions first-ish... shrimp, penos, corn middle ish... and crab only takes bout 4 minutes or so. Then rain (which is the harder part) and serve on a table lined with newspaper. Everyone eat standing around the table and enjoy!

PS it takes a BIG pot and usually a blaster or turkey fryer.
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