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Old 04-24-2017, 08:23 PM
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Delete this if it isnt allowed but what are your favorite quick snacks you like to make? like say ham sandwich, egg sandwich and that sorta thing. who knows maybe youll see something new you would like to try lol. recently i made bbq meatballs just let them simmer while youre working on your jeep and yoink some here and there each trip inside. i use sweet baby rays bbq, grape jelly and if you dont care frozen beef meatballs dont use italian they suck. so give some of your ideas and such thats easy or quick to make.
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Old 04-24-2017, 10:44 PM
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Cooking thread. I like it. Can't cook though.

Gummi bears are my snack of choice lol
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Hot dogs are my quick go to snack
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Tortino's Pizza rolls. My wife used to bring me a plate-full in the garage all the time. That's true love there, man. Bringing food when you didn't ask for it.
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Beef jerky. Real beef jerky, of course. That means no "hydrolyzed protein" or soy (unless it's soy sauce as an ingredient).
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Most any lunchmeat wrapped around a banana pepper.

Peanut butter and jelly on a toasted english muffin.

Pickled pigs feet... hell, pickled anything really...except eggs.

Popcorn popped in bacon grease.
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Bacon popcorn sounds good, but it must surely make a mess to clean up!
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Hummus and carrots. seriously. its addicting.
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Freeze dried pineapple for a quick snack in the shop or on the trail. Tastes super good and also gives a nice shot of energy.

For a easily cooked snack I like cheddar brats dipped in ranch and mustard.
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Hummus and carrots. seriously. its addicting.

Yeah, if it's GOOD hummus. Since my wife has taken to making ours, I'm kinda spoiled. That store bought stuff just doesn't cut it anymore.
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Im with dave on the pizza rolls i eat hundreds a week haha, next to that would be PB&J waffles or a grilled cheese with honey and brown sugar
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pizza rolls are awesome.
i make Jerky about every 2 months. not quick but delicious.
marinate it for 24 hours.. throw it on the dehydrator when i go to bed, wake up to a wonderful smelling house.
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Originally Posted by Svvift View Post
pizza rolls are awesome.
i make Jerky about every 2 months. not quick but delicious.
marinate it for 24 hours.. throw it on the dehydrator when i go to bed, wake up to a wonderful smelling house.
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Man, I need to research/look into making jerky myself...what you're describing sounds awesome! Have you been doing it for a long time?



My go-to quick snack is almonds. Raw is fine, but I prefer them toasted - throw a bag in the oven at 350 for 15 minutes, and they're good to go! Also makes for a good aroma in the house.
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After being under the truck for an entire day, Ill throw a box of Taquito rollers in the microwave and steal the sour cream from the fridge. Top it off with a gatorade and a porch swing and im set!
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Originally Posted by wlevert View Post
Man, I need to research/look into making jerky myself...what you're describing sounds awesome! Have you been doing it for a long time?



My go-to quick snack is almonds. Raw is fine, but I prefer them toasted - throw a bag in the oven at 350 for 15 minutes, and they're good to go! Also makes for a good aroma in the house.
i started about a year ago. It's pretty easy. My fiance got a dehydrator a few years back and so I started using it lol
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