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RE: Favorite foods to make bulk and freeze for the road?

Don't forget SPAM; it's shelf stable so it takes up no freezer or fridge space. It comes in low sodium/low-fat versions called SPAM-Lite. This is better than your Grandaddy's SPAM. It's good fried up in a pan for an easy OTR meal. Plenty of recipes for it too. RECIPES
magnusfide 06/15/21 08:25am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Favorite foods to make bulk and freeze for the road?

Like others, when I smoke meats I generally smoke a lot, vacuum seal and pop into the micro wave for almost instant long smoked meals. I do baby back ribs, beef ribs, brisket, corned beef, country ribs, and a lot more. Even air fry chicken wings, seal & freeze. Ain't nothing better than after a long day of driving & setting up to pop a bag into the old microwave and having brisket like it just came off the smoker. Glad you mentioned vacuum sealing. We bought a food saver to vacuum seal meats on sale. We started using it for other items for our trips. The removal of excess air makes more room in the freezer. We initially bought a less expensive vacuum sealer but after the third session it stopped working. We bought Food Saver to replace it and it’s still going strong after 11 years.
magnusfide 06/14/21 04:44pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
It’s that time again.

I’m seeing a lot of RVs on the road. What’s on your road warrior playlists? I still have Linda Ronstadt’s “Willin’”. Eddie Rabbitt’s “Driving My Life Away”. Lately have been playing a lot of the newer country bands like Little Big Town. What makes the drive less dreary for you?
magnusfide 06/12/21 07:31pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Favorite foods to make bulk and freeze for the road?

Next time you make a favorite meal, double the recipe and freeze it. If we’re in the mood for lasagne I’ll make 2. One to eat and one to freeze. Your soups idea is always good. If you want to dress up a chicken soup just bring it to a boil and drop in some frozen biscuits. Put a lid on it and let it simmer 20-25 minutes for chicken and dumplings. If I don’t have time to make my own frozen biscuit dough I pop into the store and pick up Mary Bs frozen biscuits. Most Wally Worlds have them.
magnusfide 06/12/21 07:21pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Tomato Pie

I had one of these at a restaurant in Scottsboro, Alabama. Carlile's. The mayo blends in with the cheese when it's baked. I never even knew it had mayo in it until I saw the recipe and I'm pretty good at being able to identify ingredients of any dish I'm eating. It was flavorful. Definitely a winner with herself and I. The crust was thin and crispy too. So I'm going to give it a go.
magnusfide 06/10/21 09:37pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: The Bowlus is Back

I will say this, I like the floorplan. It makes sense to me to have a galley layout with the door on the end. I would just flip it around so that the prow is behind the truck and the door to the kitchen is in the rear.
magnusfide 06/10/21 09:33pm Travel Trailers
Tomato Pie

I found a Classic Southern Tomato Pie recipe with bacon in it. Of course. I'll have to try this when the tomatoes start appearing in the local farmer's market.
magnusfide 06/09/21 09:46pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Tomato Cake

WL: that's a new one on me. I've heard of tomato pie but not tomato cake. Our ancestors were very creative.
magnusfide 06/09/21 09:15pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Old Question

This--> Early on Saturday or Sunday is best. Any other time is hit or miss, depending on who forgets how to drive on that particular day. Weekdays wait till at least 10:30 -11:00 or prior to 6:00 AM. I try to time my travel through or around Atlanta before 10 am on Sunday morning. It's a much less congested road at that time.
magnusfide 06/08/21 12:28pm Roads and Routes
RE: Homeless Cat -- Now Spotacus' Legacy

Had a bit of a scare this morning. Was ready to put in my presbyopia contact lenses and saw red all over my left eye's right side. Appears a small bubble I've had there for years may have burst. No pain, looks yucky. I'm sending a photo every few hours to my eye doctor, and if it gets worse will go in much sooner than my current Wednesday appointment. Meanwhile, I'm back to reading glasses, which are just not as good as my contact lenses. Sigh. We'll keep you in our thoughts and prayers. Those are scary looking but you're on top of it I'm sure. We've had years where it seemed like it rained every single day. Every single day. Maddening.
magnusfide 06/07/21 04:31pm RV Pet Stop
The Bowlus is Back

The vintage exterior is stunning; but they should have the prow behind the vehicle for less drag. Still a beautiful TT. The Bowlus
magnusfide 06/04/21 03:16pm Travel Trailers
RE: Homeless Cat -- Now Spotacus' Legacy

That sounds like a great trip in August for all of you. We do shorter trips to state parks. Just for long enough to get a breather. We'll see a lot of state parks on our Wanderlust trip. We decided we have to pick a general direction because there's a siege on the reservations in all directions this year. Better make a few plans or we'll be left out in the parking lot.
magnusfide 06/01/21 12:26pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Ice Cream Season

We have an old fashioned bucket and motor rig. The grands love it. We only put the ice cream in the freezer for a couple of hours because we prefer soft serve. We use a similar custard recipe and flavor it different ways such as crushed candy bars, caramel morsels, etc.
magnusfide 05/28/21 06:57pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Banff! First time out this year

Enjoy! Banff holds a lot of fave memories for us.
magnusfide 05/27/21 08:46am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Good beginner recipe for new initiates

One of the secrets is to put that bun on top of the onions and burger for added flavor.
magnusfide 05/26/21 08:04am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
Good beginner recipe for new initiates

Our 10 year old grandson wanted to learn how to cook on cast iron like his grandpa does. So I had him watch this Kent Rollins video and set him up with his own griddle on the grill. This is an easy success that's tasty. He's hooked. :W Famous Oklahoma Fried Onion Burger Recipe
magnusfide 05/25/21 12:25pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Ultra Creamy Macaroni and Cheese

Sounds like yall feasted. Nice one!
magnusfide 05/25/21 12:14pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Homeless Cat -- Now Spotacus' Legacy

Sore yes, but progress definitely. Czarny will be okay if he's anything like ours. Ours sleep until the weather suits them. We have the PC getting tuned up by our favorite maintenance guy. She's in great shape but just want to change out the fluids and making sure brakes and other things are in top working order. We're heading out in June for a month with no particular destination in mind. We're dubbing this trip our Wanderlust trip and will go wherever our hearts send us. The kids will check on us every night via cell phone. We'll tell them where we are and which direction we're headed the next day. Or whether we'll stay for awhile. No itinerary. No schedules. Just wandering.
magnusfide 05/25/21 12:09pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Keto Cream Cheese Pound Cake

Looks good. I read somewhere that you can make your own almond flour with blanched almonds in a food processor. Haven't tried it but probably will one day if I find myself wanting something to do.
magnusfide 05/20/21 08:05pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Ultra-easy summer pie

Sounds good. I make my own graham cracker crust with a food processor. Easy peasy. Make Your Own Graham Cracker Crust
magnusfide 05/20/21 08:01pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
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