Meals and meal planning

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Meals and meal planning

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Post by diverbob » Wed Jan 19, 2011 7:16 pm

Please reveiw the attached file regarding meal planning and assignments
feel free to make comments or suggestions.
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Review changes to meal assignments
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Re: Meals and meal planning

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Post by diverbob » Wed Jan 19, 2011 7:43 pm

I can bring any of the following:

DINNERS
Spaghetti,meatballs,sausage & sauce, salad
Spiced pork steaks in special sauce over rice or noodles or mashed potatoes
Grilled steaks baked potato and a vegetable
Pork chops,dressing with nuts and cherry craisins, potatoes
Salad and dressings

LUNCHES
Chicken salad,flour tortillas with special sauce
Assorted lunch meats,cheese, rolls or bread

BREAKFASTS
Eggs benedict
Hot cakes, saugage and hash browns
French toast, sausage, hash browns
Condiments: mayo, mustard, hot sauce etc.
Wines and other types of libations

After input from everyone I will put together a final list as to which meals
each will have on the schedule listed above.

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Re: Meals and meal planning

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Post by Chazz Layne » Wed Jan 19, 2011 7:45 pm

I would suggest putting my dinner on the last night, since it does not require any refrigeration. I'm good with the rest.
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Re: Meals and meal planning

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Post by diverbob » Wed Jan 19, 2011 8:29 pm

Don't forget desserts
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Re: Meals and meal planning

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Post by diverbob » Wed Jan 19, 2011 8:31 pm

Chazz Layne wrote:I would suggest putting my dinner on the last night, since it does not require any refrigeration. I'm good with the rest.
would you like to give a clue as to what you are having

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Re: Meals and meal planning

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Post by Chazz Layne » Wed Jan 19, 2011 8:59 pm

diverbob wrote:
Chazz Layne wrote:I would suggest putting my dinner on the last night, since it does not require any refrigeration. I'm good with the rest.
would you like to give a clue as to what you are having
Correction - I have to freeze one component, but it will be no bigger than a package of lunch cheese so it can hide in the bottom.

A new recipe of bacon baked beans I've just about gotten perfect, served with bread and an extra shot of the secret ingredient for those who which to imbibe.*



* the alcohol content of the dish is optional and can be easily skipped on an individual basis if desired
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Re: Meals and meal planning

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Post by toms » Thu Jan 20, 2011 9:29 am

Breakfast - omelets in a bag , bacon

Lunch - cold cuts

Dinners - Dutch Oven
chicken & rice
pork chops and rice
Lasagna

Desert
Peach cobbler - but best if not same night as my dinner so I have time to clean the DO
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Re: Meals and meal planning

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Post by diverbob » Thu Jan 20, 2011 11:08 am

toms wrote:Breakfast - omelets in a bag , bacon

Lunch - cold cuts

Dinners - Dutch Oven
chicken & rice
pork chops and rice
Lasagna

Desert
Peach cobbler - but best if not same night as my dinner so I have time to clean the DO
Thanks Tom will make sure.

Attached is a form I will use to schedule meals, I punched in a couple of
my ideas for entrees I can provide.

After getting everyone input I will fillin the form and everyone will have
the info for planning etc.
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Re: Meals and meal planning

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Post by DaveK » Thu Jan 20, 2011 11:44 am

Dinner:
BBQ marinated flank steak w/ baked potatoes and salad. Dessert of grilled mangoes with honey.
Pressure cooker Beef Stroganoff & salad. Dessert of campfire pies.
Pressure cooker Chicken Adobo, tortillas and salad. Dessert - surprise!

Lunch:
sandwiches, chips, drinks

Breakfast:
French toast
Breakfast burritos
Eggs, bacon, hash browns
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Re: Meals and meal planning

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Post by diverbob » Thu Jan 20, 2011 3:35 pm

After talking with Dave this morning the suggestion came up for how to assign the meals.

We would like to have everyone list at least three to four items for dinner, that being the
main meal. That way we would have a better selection to choose from. As in the past adventures
the areas we visit may be primitive and lack the comforts of home, but the meals and other
camping functions far exceed the normal roughing it conditions.

Breakfasts are pretty much a no brainer (eggs,pancakes,hash browns bacon etc.)

Some may rather have input on what day and meal they would provide, so if the majority would
like this method we need a vote from everyone as to how the meals are handled.

Or everyone can list what they would provide for each meal and we can assign or vote on
how it is accomplished ,after all the in puts.

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