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gbopp

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Cocky_Camper wrote:

Meats and veggies wrapped in tinfoil cooked over the fire or outside grill.

Double ditto.
Without knowing what you consider same ole same ole I hesitate to offer much more than that. You can get a lot of variety in the hobo tinfoil packs described above. Just use different spices. My favorites are Mexican spices and Cajun spices.

Here are some hobo pack combos that will work well (Seal in foil and lay over the coals.)

Ground beef, onions, green peppers and fresh corn kernels with Mexican spices.

Smoked sausage (we like Eckrich's), onions, green beans, celery chunks, green peppers with Cajun spice.

Also a small pot of vegetable soup. Veggies and meats of your choice seasoned liberally.


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Steak (Rib-eye) is always good. Dont forget the grilled veggies too..

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Kabobs with marinated beef, pork or chicken, tomatoes, smoked sausage, bacon, green pepper, onions, zucchini and mushrooms. We fire up the grill and lay out the ingredients and let our guests build there own kabobs and cook them themselves.


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Bacon cheeseburger casserole in a dutch oven.


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awesome guys. love exploring new ideas. always nice to hear different peoples success stories with hobo pouch combinations. Greytruck18...... a ribeye is my favorite of the common cuts of beef. hard to beat a solid rib cap (leave the bone on) seared over hot coals then finished indirectly to a very rare, medium rare.

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Posted: 05/25/19 11:57am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

magnusfide wrote:

Cocky_Camper wrote:

Meats and veggies wrapped in tinfoil cooked over the fire or outside grill.

Double ditto.
Without knowing what you consider same ole same ole I hesitate to offer much more than that. You can get a lot of variety in the hobo tinfoil packs described above. Just use different spices. My favorites are Mexican spices and Cajun spices.

Here are some hobo pack combos that will work well (Seal in foil and lay over the coals.)

Ground beef, onions, green peppers and fresh corn kernels with Mexican spices.

Smoked sausage (we like Eckrich's), onions, green beans, celery chunks, green peppers with Cajun spice.

Also a small pot of vegetable soup. Veggies and meats of your choice seasoned liberally.


Hobo packs with chopped rotisserie chicken, veggies of choice and indian spices spices works well too.


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unstuffed peppers: a medley of veggies sautéed with some cut up peppers because ONE is too lazy to stuff them...could throw in some cheese or not.


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Hi!
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