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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-11-2002, 05:30 PM Thread Starter
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Breakfast Burritoes - some green pepper, green onion, mushrooms, smoked sausage, cheese (your choice), 4 soft taco shells, and 1 egg sub carton...serves 2

Stir fry up the pepper, onion, mushrooms, and sausage...add the egg and cheese and cook until eggs are done. Serve in a soft taco shell with a little salsa.

Biscuits and Gravy - smoked sausage, mixed veg, english muffins or tea biscuits, and a gravy package (white).

Reconstitute and heat the gravy, add the mixed veg and sausage for a min to cook, and then add shredded muffins or biscuits...done!

Panfried Biscuits - a ziplock with some prepackaged biscuit mix, a little oil, some powdered milk, raisins (optional). Follow the boxed instructions for making the bisuits but fry them in a little oil in a frying pan on low. I usually make a big lid out of tin foil for the pan to retain the heat and I flip them after about 7 min...It takes about 10-15 minutes to cook them and they do rise...honest!

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Oh man do these sound good! I'll be noting these down. So when we're at the Stein, we'll be able to tell your cook area but the excellent smelling breakfasts... <img src=icon_smile_tongue.gif border=0 align=middle>





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I was planning on packing light for the Stein and bringing my Photon alcohol stove (which isn't very good for anything but boiling water efficiently and fast...just add boiling water to bag stuff. However, if I have one of my hiking buds tag along (I might bring two), then I'll be bringing a better stove and better food.

My pack weight will probably be around 25Lbs with food, water, bear cannister, and digital camera.

If you want to see some good food you should come on one of our beach trips or winter snow camping trips.

Tundra did a Shrimp Scampi and Cajun Black Beans meal for us up at Mt. Baker and it was accompanied with a fantasic bottle of McChouffe Belgian beer. I did a pototoe cake breakafast at Mt. Rainier in Feb.

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That's unreal! I guess just because you're in the middle of nowhere doesn't mean you can't eat well! LOL
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I think you eat better on the trail than I do at home....





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HMMMM I see a pattern here, paulp64131... If I didn't know any better, I'd think you were trying to sell us something......
Anyways, I, like many others here like to make our own hiking meals and snacks -- just a little cheeper, fresher, little to no preservatives and you REALLY know the ingredients.
Later.
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HB, you really should share more of your meal ideas. They sound delish.

Hey Paul, I think we'll take you down to the local McD's and throw you in the fry vat.

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Saw the post title and was going to tell you all about how I add chocolate chips to Quaker Oats Harvest Crunch... Then I read the recipes.

Hiker Boy, are you for real? I've never had a breakfast as good as that sounds anywhere! (With the possible exception of breakfast at Fatzo's on Broadway)





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Edited by - chucku on 07/11/2003 12:34:30 AM
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Light breakfast? Let me see what I usually got packed... Instant oatmeal, add some raisins, bagel and jam on the side and coffee like-at-home to wash everything down.

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The best camping breakfast I ever had was pancakes. Our trick was using access bacon fat instead of oil for cooking. (hear my arteries hardening). Adds some good flavour. Add your bacon or sausage and an egg or two and your set.

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