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    My mom will make meals before a hunt and then all we have to do is heat it up at camp. Chicken (hot or cold) potatoes, meatloaf, spaghetti, burrito pie, tacos etc. She will usually cool it up a day before we leave and we have plenty of home cooked meals that taste fabulous when you get back to camp.
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    We are actually at Lake Powell right now….we brought vac packed bags of spaghetti sauce, sloppy joes, and sausage gravy. Catfish fry tonight though with fish we caught at Snake River/Brownlee Reservoir a few days ago.

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    here you go. Tell me how you like it. Goes great with Tostitos scoops. Also you can season it how ever you like. I load up my bowl up with jalapenos

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    Quote Originally Posted by velvetfvr View Post
    My mom will make meals before a hunt and then all we have to do is heat it up at camp. Chicken (hot or cold) potatoes, meatloaf, spaghetti, burrito pie, tacos etc. She will usually cool it up a day before we leave and we have plenty of home cooked meals that taste fabulous when you get back to camp.
    mom always does make it the best. my mom is pretty good for sending stuff along for hunts too

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2nasty4u View Post
    mom always does make it the best. my mom is pretty good for sending stuff along for hunts too
    It's so convenient and it tastes ever better when you are 6 hours from home and just came off the mountain. If that was what I did every day food would taste better and I wouldn't be as picky haha
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    You guys are making me hungry with this thread


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