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Old 10-10-2013, 06:04 AM   #29
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Camping, my favorite has to be chicken breast stuffed with Italian sausage, grilled on my Cobb Grill. But I try to make sure I never have the same meat for two consecutive dinners during a trip, so in addition to chicken I'll bring beef, pork, mutton, fish, rabbit, etc. Not being much of a hunter anymore, I haven't managed to bring along any venison yet, though. The one time I brought some alligator for the grill, I overcooked it and believe me, that took a lot of chewing!

On the road, whatever fast food or family restaurant happens to be closest when lunchtime rolls around. On my last trip, I ate at a Cracker Barrell for the first time, in Brookhaven, MS. The burger was greasy, but still tasty. Still trying to figure out how come the bun was greasy as well as the meat, though…
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Last trip we did a mighty fine dessert of vanilla ice cream raspberries and Grand Marnier.
I mean doesn't everyone travel with a bit of Moon- yay as my husband calls it?
Annie
We have just discovered Grand Marnier, and made a macerated berries dessert with it, strawberries/blueberries, fresh mint and a dab of balsamic vinegar. Let stand about 30 minutes.

Yummy with real whipped cream or over vanilla ice cream. So easy to put together when you need to bring a dessert and don't have an oven or a lot of refrigerator space. Any berries will do, and the mint is a nice addition but not required.

Our favorite meal on the road has become salmon grilled with blackened seasoning in our panini pie iron.....6 coals on top, 6 on the bottom, 20 minutes. Serve over hot polenta with corn and a bit of hot pepper. Delish!


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Yummy stuff Maggie! You are ready for the throw down challenge!
I have a panini press at home but have never heard of a panini pie iron?
What else can you do with it?
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