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    Hey guys, just curious of what some favorite foods are to bring on overnighter/multi day trips! In a few weeks we are doing a 48 hour trip and bringing a crockpot with Roy tweedy's hot roast pork and meatballs for hot sandwiches!!!! What do you guys do?
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    lots of fried chicken

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    The last 2 seasons Ive become a huge fan of the crock pot - all sorts of good things in there!!!


    Ive been through stages - pB and J, fried chicken,Wawa hoagies, etc - at this point.....the crock pot and or the grill have endless opportunities!

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    Lots of bananas Only kidding.

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    Do a search ... there are a few threads with hundreds of posts on this if you don't get a bunch of responses.
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    I'm sure the Capt and crew would love that! Lol

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    Monster Rehab - IceTea and Lemonade. What else is needed?


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    Primo Hoagies - Chicken cutlet with long hots & no crock pot is needed!


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    Pretzels, fried chicken, monster/rockstar energy drinks, hoagies, and frozen breakfast sandwiches to heat in the microwave.
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    Hot wings and ice pops also gummy bears

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    Cold fried chicken (my recipe is the best), wedge of sharp provolone, hot sopresatta. Obviously I dont fish on the creature comfort rides
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    Guys what about the ice cold beers not a lot but a 12 pack

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    I think the ice cold beers are automatic, kinda like fuel and bait!! Lol

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    Red bull, bacon jerky, PBJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike97 View Post
    Guys what about the ice cold beers not a lot but a 12 pack
    As the captain I never get to indulge in that sort of thing. Crew have brought it along and I have no problem with it. However, in the event something happens I'm the one who has to pee in a cup.

    Now when I get back to the dock and am tied off, that's a different story.
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