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the best camping food

Postby SynergyBlue » Wed Nov 07, 2007 12:41 pm

i imagine here everyone has brought hot dogs and sandwiches with them whenever they were going out on a camping trip i was wondering though what kind of stuff they bring to enhance those foods. does anyone here any mustards like Grey Poupon Mustard with them whenever they go out on a camping trip



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Postby gary c. » Wed Nov 07, 2007 2:00 pm

I try not to go anywhere without some Cajon Seasoning. It's not actually hot but puts a nice zing into most everything. It does wonders for a lot of the freeze dried dinners.
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Postby BSquared » Thu Nov 08, 2007 7:40 am

I always carry a plastic bag of dried cilantro. It goes remarkably well with practically everything and can make a very ordinary commercial freeze-dried meal much more tasty. And it's amazing how long one can go with nothing but torillas, a little cheese, dried refritos, and some of that cilantro!

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...a very small polycarbonate bottle of very good Scotch...
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Postby markskor » Thu Nov 08, 2007 7:52 am

As stated previously...those little "free" fast food packages of lemon juice, tabasco, hot Mustard, Italian dressing, etc, always have a place in my backpack.

Agree also with the Single Malt Scotch comment...one of the "15" essentials.
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Postby SynergyBlue » Thu Nov 08, 2007 10:03 am

gary c. wrote:I try not to go anywhere without some Cajon Seasoning. It's not actually hot but puts a nice zing into most everything. It does wonders for a lot of the freeze dried dinners.
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markskor wrote:As stated previously...those little "free" fast food packages of lemon juice, tabasco, hot Mustard, Italian dressing, etc, always have a place in my backpack.

Agree also with the Single Malt Scotch comment...one of the "15" essentials.


if you guys are definently interested with everything hot like cajon seasoning and yeah hot mustard, something that is right up your alley is a new flavor of Grey Poupon Mustard that i have in my kitchen. its called Hearty Spicy Brown it has a bold taste due to the finely diced onions that are in it. it definently goes well with hot dogs and especially sausages. its worth checking out for sure.
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Postby dave54 » Thu Nov 08, 2007 9:36 pm

I do not like mustard (I know, it makes me unAmerican). A small Tabasco bottle serves me well.

I sacrifice the weight and carry a stainless steel flask specifically designed for liquor. Plastic seems to alter the flavor. Contaminating a good single malt scotch is a heinous criminal offense. :lol:
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