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Old 07-15-2016, 04:02 PM   #41
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Old 07-15-2016, 05:48 PM   #42
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Subs or pre-made sandwiches. All of this sounds like too much work!

We did have sushi once, but for awhile we were picking up Taco Bell - there's one on the way to the Promised Land (State Park.)
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Old 07-15-2016, 06:15 PM   #43
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We normally leave after work on Friday afternoon, we usually eat out on the first night. Our regular spot is pretty rural so our choices two or three spots for pizza or a "mom & pop" restaurant near the lake. Pizza has been our traditional choice but we recently discovered the restaurant has some of the best fried chicken I've ever eaten.
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Old 07-15-2016, 08:24 PM   #44
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We usually make some bbq at home earlier in the week and freeze it. Then a couple of minutes in the micro while I finish the hooking up and we are ready to go. Chips or salad on the side and a frozen ice cream cone for desert.
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Old 07-15-2016, 08:53 PM   #45
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Usually something quick like hot dogs, but I'm liking the ideas of eating out.

Problem is, I am usually 3 beers in by the time I'm done setup!

Hahaha. I hear ya!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 07-15-2016, 10:27 PM   #46
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Haven't heard anyone suggest a Costco chicken or chicken pasta salad yet.
We usually buy one the day before we leave and stick it in the fridge. Either of those two with a nice ciabatta roll and that's "first night in camp" dinner.
The DW nukes the bird and sets the table while I put finishing touches on the camp site. Dinner in less than 10 min.
Just thinkin bout campin gets my juices flowing.....too bad the5er is still in the shop while the dealer thinks about getting started on the list of warranty items that he's had 3 weeks to deal with while we were in Europe visiting the grandkids and wishing we were camping instead.....but I digress!
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Walking Tacos!

Old Boy Scout favourite... Walking Tacos. We precook the meat at home, arrive at the campground, heat and serve. Great because it leaves you with one pot and some spoons for your dishes on the first night.

For those not familiar.... You add you Taco meat and whatever fixings you want to Doritos. You buy the small bags, crunch up the chips and add the ingregients to the bag. No plates required. I would like to claim the kids love it... But I do an annual trip with six grown men and they demand this as the Friday meal every year.
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Old 07-16-2016, 06:33 AM   #48
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Old Boy Scout favourite... Walking Tacos. We precook the meat at home, arrive at the campground, heat and serve. Great because it leaves you with one pot and some spoons for your dishes on the first night.

For those not familiar.... You add you Taco meat and whatever fixings you want to Doritos. You buy the small bags, crunch up the chips and add the ingregients to the bag. No plates required. I would like to claim the kids love it... But I do an annual trip with six grown men and they demand this as the Friday meal every year.
We do something like this on occasion. But we use chili and Fritos!
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Old Boy Scout favourite... Walking Tacos. We precook the meat at home, arrive at the campground, heat and serve. Great because it leaves you with one pot and some spoons for your dishes on the first night.

For those not familiar.... You add you Taco meat and whatever fixings you want to Doritos. You buy the small bags, crunch up the chips and add the ingregients to the bag. No plates required. I would like to claim the kids love it... But I do an annual trip with six grown men and they demand this as the Friday meal every year.

You got me with this one. But it does sound good and I'll try it on our next trip in two weeks.
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You got me with this one. But it does sound good and I'll try it on our next trip in two weeks.
Fair warning... It is addictive.

For the meat... We brown it on the stove top with some diced onion and add a package of taco seasoning. For your Doritos we go to our local Grocer and they sell the little bags in a variety pack. My wife likes the Zesty Cheddar, I like the Sweet Chili Heat.

For fixings we bring sour cream, salsa, guacamole and hot sauce... Gotta have the hot sauce

Enjoy!
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