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Old 05-23-2008, 02:55 AM
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Originally Posted by RockRunner View Post
I guess it all depends on how simple or complicated we want to get.
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Think of "easy" meals.

Breakfast: eggs, bacon, sausage, hash browns, tortillas, even pancakes.

Dinners: Burgers, dogs, spaghetti (sauce premade and frozen, just heat it up and boil the noodles), etc.

What might be an issue is having enough cooking space and cook ware to make that much food at one time , especially at breakfast. And bringing that much food in...We have what, at least 2 breakfasts to make while camping? Say we do breakfast burritos on those two days and each person uses 2 eggs per burrito. 24 people x 2 days x 2 eggs per day = 96 eggs...8 dozen eggs and no seconds

Just thinking logistics here.

Oh, and I have a Coleman stove and a Weber grill (mini size) that use the small propane bottles that can be brought along if needed. Seems to me, for just breakfast, we would need 4-6 stoves going. A couple for eggs, a couple for hash browns, and 1 each for bacon and sausage...
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