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If I owned a restaurant I would call it Something Different. We sell no burgers!
I'm tired of burgers, and chicken and meatloaf, and fried taters, and not ripe green beans, and flat maters, and everything else.
Can't find fish inland as good fish is 23.00 to 25.00 a lb minimum.
I haven't eaten rabbit in a long time. Don't even see them often anymore. Squirrels and Venison are good but we're RVing and not much opportunity to hunt them.
Even all vegetable meals sound good if we could find ripe, quality produce.
We have eaten enough at Cracker Barrel to pay of the national debt!
But now they have been bought aqain and raised prices and the green beans are full of sticks and stems, one out of two visits and lack any flavor except what is added. And they quit serving root beer in the frosted mugs and several old favorite dishes.
So I want something different, that we cook or some restaurant cooks for us.

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I agree. When the bean counters run a restaurant, the food quality goes in the toilet. Seems they always want a big bottom line, not a big line of customers wanting their food.

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I think you need to move to the country.

& possibly to a place 100 Km from salt water. Though granted when I lived near salt water, neighbors who fished in fresh water streams would give me fish in exchange for the worms I gave them from my garden.

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Since you are on the road travelling, why not start following the Dutch Oven groups? Learn some new dishes and methods or, start researching food festivals and visiting them? festivalnet

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Well you kind of ruled out all the meat groups. However there is a thousand ways to cook Chicken, from Woking to baking. Or just stir frying in a skillet.

And you can Wok beef, broil, skewer. Nothing better than stir frying beef, or Chicken with peppers, and onions, one a bed of rice, or potatoes, or the rice cooked, and stirred into the mix in a Wok.

Fact is. You can cook everything camping that you can at home. and we NEVER cook inside while camping.

BTW. Frozen vegies are very fresh when cooked. Just like fresh picked. Try it.


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sell water no flavor or calories





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wanderingaimlessly wrote:

Since you are on the road travelling, why not start following the Dutch Oven groups? Learn some new dishes and methods or, start researching food festivals and visiting them? festivalnet

DOUBLE DITTO!!!


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Get creative. Invent something.

I wanted to try something new on my last camping trip. Bought a bag each of lentils, brown rice and split peas. Tossed some from each bag in a kettle, added a little garlic and ham base and sprinkled in some herb mix (Penzey's Mural of Flavor). Turned out so tasty, I make it for myself every couple of weeks.


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Try Baked Cauliflower Buffalo Bites https://greenann.com/recipe/cauliflower-buffalo-bites/
Like Healthy Chips!))
Really tasty!

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