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Old 05-23-2008, 10:44 AM
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Now we're talking!

Dutch Oven Prime Rib:
http://www.yotatech.com/f174/dutch-o...me-rib-145898/

It would be big bucks, but a 7 rib roast (i.e., a whole rib roast) is usually about 16 lbs, which might do for a hungry group of backcountry dining enthusiasts with some treats for the K9s riding along.

How about a photo to get the taste buds going?
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Now we're talking!

Dutch Oven Prime Rib:
http://www.yotatech.com/f174/dutch-o...me-rib-145898/

It would be big bucks, but a 7 rib roast (i.e., a whole rib roast) is usually about 16 lbs, which might do for a hungry group of backcountry dining enthusiasts with some treats for the K9s riding along.

How about a photo to get the taste buds going?
mmmmmmmmmmmm....I have a large Dutch Oven too.

Just took time and read that post.......my God that sounds good! We could do 2 of those Friday night!?
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I wonder if we should casually chat with NorCal and Robbie about Wednesday night at BIL? Just a thought....
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my God that sounds good! We could do 2 of those Friday night!?
Yeah, my mouth was watering thinking about a nice roast. Two rib roasts would not be cheap, but man would it ever be worth it. If no one else wants to, I'd volunteer to take care of dealing with the roasts at camp since I'm planning on keeping the truck parked in Rubicon Springs and just doing some hiking and drinking beers, relaxing.
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I wonder if we should casually chat with NorCal and Robbie about Wednesday night at BIL? Just a thought....
Hooking up with NorCal and FJC groups would be cool, maybe call that the brat night since firing up a grill would be the easiest way to deal with a huge group.
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Andy (Cruiserdrew) told Rachel at CM to not worry about food as they (norcal guys) will be cooking up a ton of food. Since we are camping with them that might be worth checking with them. Those guys have cooking comeptitions and feed an army usually with what they whip up.
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I have 2 stoves and 2 grills, available to take if necessary. I'm all for the group meal on Monday night, and think that beyond basic cooking appliances that's about as far as we need to get, can't we discuss the rest of the meals on Monday night then stock up in Reno on Tuesday?
I have a two burner propane Coleman stove with a grill that I can bring if it is needed. Just let me know.
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Another approach is to to have steak night or brats night and as a group we buy the meat and cook it but everyone is on there own for what they eat with it. Thinking I could bring beans, but then that would require a big pot for 20 people. Still could do so, you asked for ideas and I could go either way
As I have mentioned before, I can bring elk burger, elk sausage and elk steaks on dry ice in my Coleman cooler if that would help with the food.
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I can/will bring Carne Asada for mexican night, if thats one of the options. If not, i'm bringing plenty anyway. We will help out anyway we can.
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