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    Default Calorie Filled Backpacking Food

    I figured somebody might find this tutorial useful.

    up over the hills, theres nothing to fear
    theres a pub across the way with whisky and beer
    its a lengthy journey on the way up to the top
    but it ain't so bad if you have a great big bottle o'scotch

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    haaaaaaaahahahaha this is hilarious. i've forwarded this like 11 times already and i hate forwarding stuff!!!

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    That's a family recipe to make the grandchildren proud.

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    Pure genius! , also a cardiologist's worst nightmare

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    and to think i almost skipped over this thread....thats great!
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    Ummmm.....Looks good, made we hungry, But I was thinking, How is this a backpacking Food?? Looks heavy, bulky, not sure if I would want to take it one the trail with me..

    HOW EVER!!! In a town stop or a hostel, where kitchen facilities are provided, this would be a great food to start on...But I'm sure you will pay for it at the end of the day...

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    looks like a midnite snack back in my (cough) younger days

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graywolf View Post
    Ummmm.....Looks good, made we hungry, But I was thinking, How is this a backpacking Food?? Looks heavy, bulky, not sure if I would want to take it one the trail with me..
    This burger is something I'd consider using pack animals for.

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    Default appetizer

    I like the Lime tostitos as a chef's snack in the Step 9 photo...

    It's small things that make the difference

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    That looks like a week on the toilet to me.. with no success.. Talk about misery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrubbyJohn View Post
    looks like a midnite snack back in my (cough) younger days
    you do a lota coughin in your younger days

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    I've tried filling my backpacking food with caloried but haven't had much luck.
    What sort of needle should I use when injecting more fat into my bacon?

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    Love people and use things; never the reverse.

    Mt. Katahdin would be a lot quicker to climb if its darn access trail didn't start all the way down in Georgia.

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    Looks good. Just hope he had the common decency to butter that bread real thick before slapping that bacon/sausage loaf onto it.

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    crap I felt my cholesterol go up 20 points just looking at it.....
    Take almost nothing I say seriously--if it seems to make no sense what so ever it's probably meant as a joke....but do treat your water!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustaTouron View Post
    I've actually made the bacon explosion. It's freaking awesome, we served it on fluffy biscuits with a splash of maple syrup on top. Makes about 10 really good sammiches.

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    Oh, wow! I'm having chest pains, but that looks really good.

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    heart attack on a plate--- my physician friends love to see people eat this type of crap

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    Wink For the love of lard, it's______

    Quote Originally Posted by JAK View Post
    I've tried filling my backpacking food with caloried but haven't had much luck.
    What sort of needle should I use when injecting more fat into my bacon?
    A larding needle.

    Serious.

    Ask Wikipedia:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larding_needle#larding

    This article is a must read for the fat-starved thru-hiker. ~K2~
    K2 Able to leap small twigs with a single bound.
    I did it. I said I’ll do it, and I’ve done it. [after she summited Katahdin] –EMMA ‘GRANDMA’ GATEWOOD

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