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Supercharged

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Posted: 02/06/13 07:14pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We only carry a few things for cooking and try not to use them much. I think campers take along far more in dishes pots and pans, folks like us who just travel to see the parks and different states and national parks just don't want to move those things around that much in the RV.


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are you still thinking of your post from yesterday??

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old guy wrote:

are you still thinking of your post from yesterday??
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I use every pot, pan and coking utensil that I carry. Anything that doesn't get used gets removed.


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Posted: 02/06/13 07:25pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We carry the cooking implements needed to fix the dishes we like when we want to fix them. This rig is our home for the better part of the year, and we equip it that way.


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wife has a shorter supply of most things at home. Enough dishes plates and table ware for four or five people plus paper plates plastic cups utensils etc She has a couple skillets and enough pans to cook full meals plus some.
We have the basic staples of flour corn meal, rice beans and variety of canned goods and spam.
Freezer usually has four or five tv dinners as back ups and quick side of road meals. Breads and hotdogs and hamburger patties, usually a couple or four steaks and pork chops chips dips and too many snacks for a diabetic. She has her Melo Yellow drinks, not available everywhere, in counters and a variety of diet drinks.
In other words we have most everything that is at home. Sometimes we have to rotate it with home and sometimes discard a little that gets old. We try not to sacrafice too much when living on the road trip.

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Posted: 02/06/13 07:41pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Supercharged, it's been a while since I have seen you around here...but I see you are gearing up for another season of fishing...

I must say that many (most) of your contributions keep this site interesting.


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I think "Supercharged" is bored. Again.....


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Personally, I enjoy cooking when camping. I live for food. We've "been there...done that" when the kids were little. Now that they are grown and bring up babies of their own, it's time for us to relax and enjoy the simple pleasures of life. So, we do full steak and eggs breakfasts, steak and potatoes for lunch, and ribs and chicken with all the trimmings for supper! And an occasional midnight snack of Pecan Pie, Ice Cream, home made baked bread (we've now added a bread making machine to the mix!) But we sure do have fun (and eat well).

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