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Old 04-06-2009, 11:16 AM   #1
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April 2009 Photo Contest

Well hello and welcome to spring!!! So many subjects have been covered in these contests, it's difficult to pick a new one, however, I've got an idea. I try to keep my campsite looking posh and all but when it comes to cooking, I need some ideas. So this month's subject is...

"Hey Good Lookin', Whatcha Got Cookin'"

Show us some great shots of your "kitchen", inside or out. Do you use vintage utensils, keep it modern and 'streamlined', or avoid the cooking altogether and just drink martinis?

Alright, post us some pics and then go outside and get some sun, it's finally spring! Wahoo!!!!
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Old 04-06-2009, 11:25 AM   #2
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Great category....can't wait to see some responses.
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Old 04-06-2009, 11:37 AM   #3
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Thanks for the new contest topic, Silvr Surfr...this should be fun!
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What's for dinner?

Burgers or grilled cheese?
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Old 04-06-2009, 01:54 PM   #5
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In Maxwell, we "go vintage" with Melmac & accessories. I got a second set for Birdy for when she's done ~










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Old 04-06-2009, 02:07 PM   #6
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Spam it

If you drink LOTS of Martinis these gourmet ALL Spam dishes should make your day.
Greate at a rally.
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Ha! Jimmini...I wondered how long it would be until someone posted Spam dishes from the Dead Horse 3 Rally! Good for you!
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Love the turquoise Shari! As for the Spam, hmmm...well, I know people who love that too
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On a trip last Fall, my buddy and I had purchased identical Coleman outdoor tables and camp stoves, so we set them up together and dubbed our common cooking area as "Kitchen Stadium." We set it up between my '63 Overlander, and his '72 Winnebago.

That morning we were having breakfast tacos and... apparently... beer.

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Thumbs up Michael's Boondockers Cafe

Michael's Boondockers Cafe

A Fine dining oasis in the Anza Borrego Desert. Call for current GPS coordinates!



Day or nite, there is always somethin fresh cooking at Michael's

Choose a cozy fireside table for two

Frosty specialty drinks, like this Coyote cooler, or choose from any bottle lying on the floor.

Ask about our Fire roasted Pecan Smoked Sweet peppers

Don't forget the spectacular table side views



+++Your Hobo host and cook+++

Stumble in, take a load off and enjoy!

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Old 04-08-2009, 06:30 AM   #13
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This is cheating I know - the Airstream is in the driveway - and in these pictures the fish haven't quite made it to the kitchen - but they have begun the journey!

I'm lucky enough to get out with both my sons for a "little fish" on a fairly regular basis - I'd like to say I'm the guide - but they surpassed me in that department a few years ago .....

Many of the families Sunday night "gatherings" involve the fruits of our labour - pan-fried with shore-lunch seasonings and fixings - it absolutely doesn't get any better ...


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What a great time in your lives together and what a fine mess of Smallies! Time flys; enjoy the moments.
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Re-modeled kitchen in the Overlander:
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A friend found two of these plates at a garage sale and got them for us. They have become our favorites for the Airstream.
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How fortunate to have those plates. We need to visit garage sales!

The remod on the Kitchen looks great! Love the two tone wood and brushed aluminum.
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Rivet From the Oven

Toasted bun, melted cheese, yum!
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not fancy

It's not fancy, but everything cooked in the airstream is good. I have two turquoise iron skillets that I cook almost everything in.

The picture I wish I would have gotten is from the day we were trying to get in a nice long day of driving. We stopped at a Mexican restaurant to have dinner and take a break from the rain. After the first margarita I had the brilliant idea to have more margaritas, forget driving in the rain and make the Mexican restaurant a perfect place to boondock.
The flexibility of Airstreaming is priceless.
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