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Old 04-07-2006, 05:36 PM   #29
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Speaking for our doggy friends...I read today that when traveling with them you should carry a pic of them just in case they decide to mosey on off "visiting" you'll have a pic to show neighbors, vets, animal control in the unfortunate event. Thought it was a very good idea and I'd pass along.
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Old 04-07-2006, 05:40 PM   #30
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Old 04-07-2006, 07:34 PM   #31
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Something to use to pick up after the dog.
A small shovel to bury what I pick up after the dog...
A box of Ziploc bags.
Our propane powered toaster.
Charcoal.
Lighter fluid.
Silverware, and steak knives.
Hatchet.
Potholders or oven mitts.
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Old 04-07-2006, 08:19 PM   #32
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And now for the serious trail chefs . . .

And the pressure cooker, of course. My vintage aluminum Presto Meatmaster looks like this:



Hey overlander63, where did you find a propane-powered toaster? Got to have one!
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Old 04-07-2006, 10:47 PM   #33
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That sure is a vintage pressure cooker. Reminds me of one time at my granmothers house and something went wrong in the kitchen, sounded like a bomb and we all ran in there and the thing had exploded, I was a child but I remember it clearly what ever was in the pot was now all over the cieling.



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Old 04-07-2006, 11:15 PM   #34
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Sun screen and a bathing suit!

I go to Mexico a lot.

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Old 04-08-2006, 12:09 AM   #35
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First Aid Kit

Wine & Chocolate (that is the first aid kit )

Windex, can't go anywhere without Windex!

Garbage bags and lots of old plastic grocery bags for picking up dog poo.

Small plastic bucket, for huckleberries or adding water to the black tank after dumping, washing off various things outdoors. Handy.

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Microfiber dishtowels, extra absorbent, dries quick!
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Old 04-08-2006, 12:11 AM   #36
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And the pressure cooker, of course. My vintage aluminum Presto Meatmaster looks like this:


vince and becky...

have you viewed the kitchen thread....

http://www.airforums.com/forum...ressure+cooker

welcome to the honorable order of the....

pressure cooker society....

cheers
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That sure is a vintage pressure cooker. Reminds me of one time at my granmothers house and something went wrong in the kitchen, sounded like a bomb and we all ran in there and the thing had exploded, I was a child but I remember it clearly what ever was in the pot was now all over the cieling.



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That must have been an ANTIQUE pressure cooker. Vintage or "first generation" pressure cookers like my Meatmaster (and all modern or "second generation" ones) have a pop valve in the lid that absolutely prevents explosive pressure buildup. However, if the pop valve vents and the cooker has been overfilled with, say, beans in tomato sauce, it will firehose the contents all over your kitchen. Explosions are the stuff of urban legends today.

I have been cooking with a pressure cooker for 40 years and I have never had one firehose or blow up on me. Of course, I follow directions: never overfill; keep the valves and gasket clean; use oil to reduce foaming of certain foods like beans; turn down the heat once pressure regulation or "rocking" starts. The result has been perfectly delicious food, every time, in a third the time.
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Old 04-08-2006, 07:38 AM   #38
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Also, Chaplain Kent, we bought one of those aluminum covered Bibles that we keep in our airstream. It has an imprint of a soda can on the cover and asks, "Thirsty?" We named our Airstream Thirsty because of it.

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I have never seen a Bible with a soda can imprint. Does it have a brand? Like this Bible brought to you by Coke. Maybe a whole new sideline of endorsements for the advertisers. Then the minor advertisers can sponsor the individual books like Deuteronomy brought to you by Cheetos, Thy shall not Cheetos. Or the book of John brought to you by GE, we bring new things to life. Please stop me this is contagious.
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And funny!

Unfortunately, though, there are no fun endorsements I can read through while listening to a boring sermon.

Hey, I have an idea. My family always attends church on Sundays when we are camping. How about we start a new thread about funny or weird experiences we have had while attending a church while camping when out camping. I think I may do that!

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Bible with imprint and sponsors

Perhaps based on the verse, Thirsty, come and drink life's waters free. Guess that would be from the BIG endorser of us all.

Job could be sponsored by some pharmaseutical company.

Psalms by Dove chocolate's sweet perfection with a message under every wrapper. That is joyous!
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Old 04-08-2006, 04:20 PM   #41
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Wedgewood for the dog or cats sounds so "Chi-Chi!" Fine for you and your crowd. Count me seriously OUT. Ours get plastci bowls with food ( if they are LUCKY!) and some water. Full stop.

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You can bet the dog is not eating out of the Wedgwood.

Don't forget a good piece of cast iron or two -- heavy but worth it to have the 12" skillet and, if into fire cooking, a Dutch oven.


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As I posted in a earlier thread that I take my 18 volt rechargadle flashlight, I also take my matching 1/2 drive drill, this way I can put a extention with a scoket in it to lower the stableizing jacks real easy,it makes for a lot easier set-up .
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