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    :banana In honor of Matthewski

    And all other hikers who love bacon on the trail... Americas best bacon.

    That being said, what is your favorite trail food?
    "There are people who plan and people who do, I'm a doer."

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    Quote Originally Posted by angewrite View Post
    And all other hikers who love bacon on the trail... Americas best bacon available in supermarkets.

    That being said, what is your favorite trail food?
    Matty is a cool guy.He has great stories.

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    Little Debbie strawberry shortcakes and properly mixed brownies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angewrite View Post

    That being said, what is your favorite trail food?
    Fresh blueberries, picked along the trail in Maine.
    'All my lies are always wishes" ~Jeff Tweedy~

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    Quote Originally Posted by warraghiyagey View Post
    Little Debbie strawberry shortcakes and properly mixed brownies.
    You gotta grind that stuff up really well. Otherwise it gets kinda gritty.
    I'm not really a hiker, I just play one on White Blaze.

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    Strawberry cheescake pudding is one of my favs
    "There are people who plan and people who do, I'm a doer."

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    Quote Originally Posted by angewrite View Post
    Strawberry cheescake pudding is one of my favs
    with a brandy chaser

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    I like to keep it simple usually... RAMEN!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseyhick View Post
    I like to keep it simple usually... RAMEN!
    Ramen?? that a member of a food group?

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    Barilla Spinach and Ricotta dried tortellini. Mmmmmm with olive oil, pareseam cheese, and salt&pepper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Man View Post
    Ramen?? that a member of a food group?
    top of the food chart.... mine anyway.

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    Bacon isn't kosher.
    Neither am I, but I still have one foot in the "old testament" only "old" to modern day Christians.
    Bacon, however, is, one of the major food groups:

    1) Sugar
    2) Fat
    3) Salt

    Oh, sorry, that's only the three major food groups for habitual HIKERS .
    As I live, declares the Lord God, I take no pleasure in the death of the wicked, but rather that the wicked turn back from his way and live. Ezekiel 33:11

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseyhick View Post
    top of the food chart.... mine anyway.
    hmm, and I thought it was best for chinking drafty shelters. guess it is multi-purpose, like everything should be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Man View Post
    hmm, and I thought it was best for chinking drafty shelters. guess it is multi-purpose, like everything should be.
    chew it into a paste first, then stuff in the cracks...

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    Mattie's pancakes, but they have to be on the trail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonel Chaco View Post
    Mattie's pancakes, but they have to be on the trail.
    i prefer my pancakes on a dish, holds the syrup better and people don't have to walk around me while i'm eatin'

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    Quote Originally Posted by angewrite View Post
    And all other hikers who love bacon on the trail... Americas best bacon.
    IMO, the best bacon is whatever Matt himself cooks...while we're out on the Trail.

    Quote Originally Posted by angewrite View Post
    That being said, what is your favorite trail food?
    On my recent hike on the Trail in New England, I had this dehydrated blueberry cheesecake stuff. Decadent!!!

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    Get two steaks and freeze em. Hike out and by dinner time the next day they're ready to cook. If you don't know how to cook a steak on an alcohol stove ask Matty. Cook both steaks at the shelter with some fresh vegetables (broccoli does well in a backpack...). Eat one, and half of the other, then groan and complain about how stuffed you are to the other hikers at the shelter as they drool into their ramen. Priceless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bfitz View Post
    Get two steaks and freeze em. Hike out and by dinner time the next day they're ready to cook. If you don't know how to cook a steak on an alcohol stove ask Matty. Cook both steaks at the shelter with some fresh vegetables (broccoli does well in a backpack...). Eat one, and half of the other, then groan and complain about how stuffed you are to the other hikers at the shelter as they drool into their ramen. Priceless.
    same as me, except i grill my steaks over the fire

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