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    Re: Easy rally food

    For me it's what you like when you like.
    First thing is a brew before going to have a shower/wash.
    There's not many UK cooked breakfasts that I like at rallies I'm too fussy at the best it's an Asda quality, I prefer freshly cooked and quality ingredients.
    I'll do a couple of slices of toast, they can wait until the smoked bacon gets turned over that's when the eggs go in. I'll then have a very nice, that I want breakfast.
    Cleaning is easy I just use a wet wipe and dispose in the bin liner, then a water and washing up liquid filled hollowed handle with a scrourer at the end. (£1 in Poundland)
    It's not about saving money, certainly not but I'm camping and I enjoy doing it and having exactly what I want and cooked how I like it.
    Lunch is light, just a sandwich because I like to get a few of us together to have a cook up, this involves copious amounts of wine, beer whatever people want, along with quality meats, salads and French bread. Condiments from your local supermarket cafe and it's party time from about 4 pm. After a great session, tidy up then the evening starts there. But by midnight munchies and maybe look for the on site burger van.
    This is all very well if you have room to pack a stove, fuel, and all the other bits and pieces.
    All to their own, if you enjoy doing it do it, some people do need to save the pennies so don't knock it just enjoy going to the rally and do your own thing.
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    Re: Easy rally food

    Quote Originally Posted by devon.john View Post

    it very hard just to make a meal for one ,,,

    That is actually a very good point.
    Much less involved.....

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    Re: Easy rally food

    Mitch and I often bring a variety pack of cereal and some milk - open the packet and pour the milk in the cellophane inner and it makes a great bowl. No washing up. 3 in 1 kenco coffee for the morning.

    Still as fast and just as friendly!

    so which will I be today?

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    Re: Easy rally food

    Baza i was with you for a while the nice cuppa first thing but then you spoiled it and said shower bloody hell thats a disgusting thing to say

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    Re: Easy rally food

    Quote Originally Posted by devon.john View Post
    love too cook at rallies so-long as i have at least 4-5 to cook for ,,

    it very hard just to make a meal for one ,,, Christmas i cook for 50 ,,me a Shipply john have done this a few times ,,

    john
    good on ya John cooking for 50 is a massive undertaking and a bloody big turkey in fact the last time a saw a turkey that big he was managing England ( Steve McLaren or bloody sven ) take your pick

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    Re: Easy rally food

    I liked the simple cereal trick from Sue! I have teamed up with another stove owner in the past to make something a tiny bit more ambitious and once (at the only outdoor AGM we ever had, Banbury, late eighties?) I cooked a pasta sauce the day before, let it cool down, bagged it and froze it to take with me. I reheated it while the pal did the pasta.

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    Re: Easy rally food

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    i would have thought you would be good at stirring

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    Re: Easy rally food

    Hi Folks,
    My effort here, but I actually make these when I'm out and about with work... Super Noodles and Mug Shot.
    Open, throw into a bowl, boil some water, or pester someone to give you some hot water, pour, leave for a few minutes. Meal.
    Mega tasty meal too.
    I tape the two Packets together, Bacon/ and Tomato eg..
    Super easy, and with the Mugshot, makes a good hot meal.
    Of course, you can get the cheap ones too, but these are pretty cheap, give it a go
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    Re: Easy rally food

    I tried these out from Lidl at the Triple rally this weekend, on the plus side they were dead easy, quick and reasonably filling but not surprisingly quite bland. If you had an unopened sauce sachet from another food item then that could make them far more tasty..?
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    Re: Easy rally food

    Slightly on topic, I met someone with the same camp table as me, we both find them compact and practical. I found mine in Tesco (seasonal product, seen them again since..) and when you engage the two rods it is very stable, with a two-height folding leg set up. Might seem like an indulgence but it really is quite useful.

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