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Old 07-08-2019, 10:32 AM   #101
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Ahhhh... so it's peasant mayo.....
Yep ď you got go out in the yard to fetch it from the ice box ď
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Old 07-08-2019, 10:34 AM   #102
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Ahhhh... so it's peasant mayo.....
Check off the great mayo debate.
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Spagetti. Worse and cheapest meal ever, period
Gotta disagree with you there. Axis meatballs, homemade pasta, showered with parm is a great meal that can feed a lot of people.
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Old 07-08-2019, 10:50 AM   #104
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Corn Dodgers & Jerky ; what else does a guy need ?
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Old 07-08-2019, 10:56 AM   #105
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Old 07-08-2019, 11:00 AM   #106
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Gotta disagree with you there. Axis meatballs, homemade pasta, showered with parm is a great meal that can feed a lot of people.


I love me some spaghetti too... but i do have to doctor it up a bit and up the sauce game.
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Old 07-08-2019, 11:01 AM   #107
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My buddy in college used to get himself a pack of white bread and a couple cans of dintymore potted meat and eat on that for the week. Stuff smelled worse than the dog food factory in Nac
Used to live off Ferdonia just up the road from that place. stinked a whole different kind of terrible
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Old 07-08-2019, 11:02 AM   #108
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And for the record, I would not turn down a good bologna sandwich, grilled hotdog or precooked rotisserie chicken either. I am an equal opportunity eater.
Equal Opportunity Eater. Love it
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Old 07-08-2019, 11:22 AM   #109
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I like good food and big meals, but I also enjoy the simple things in life like little Debbie snacks, sausage links on tortillas, and hotdogs/hamburgers.
This. We grew up on the deer lease eating rollover white bread sandwiches with bologna. I guess itís nostalgic, but I love it.
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Old 07-08-2019, 11:24 AM   #110
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We ate like kings on my old mule deer lease for 30 years and we split the cost evenly since we were all there for the entire two weeks. Now, me and my partner generally split food costs and fuel. I go to the grocery store and meat market for food. We eat good, I make sure of that. The same thing goes for when the fiance goes with me, which is most of the time.

Now, if it's just me and I don't feel like messing around with cooking much I will breakdown and buy a couple of TV dinners to throw in the oven, a loaf of bread, some bologna and cheese, and I'm good.
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Old 07-08-2019, 11:28 AM   #111
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This exactly.

The guy is a friend (according to the OP). I wouldnít disinvite my friends from trips because they fail to meet expectations that I never laid out for them. If I invite someone, there are no strings attached. If they offer something up, no matter how small, it is accepted with sincere appreciation.

If itís a joint venture, or they requested the invite, divisions of labor and provisions are clearly delineated.

He helps you fill feeders and brings food. If you think he should do more, tell him. He canít read your mind. Maybe he canít cook a lick and felt it would be inappropriate to bring a meal that his host would have to prepare.

All this to say that heíll probably have no issue providing a meal to suit your discerning palate if he is informed of the camp customs and assured there are willing cooks to do the dirty work.


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Old 07-08-2019, 11:29 AM   #112
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Spagetti. Worse and cheapest meal ever, period
This is our go to meal when we serve food at the homeless shelter ( for daily bread ministry) and even the homeless people complain/ agree
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Old 07-08-2019, 11:32 AM   #113
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I love me some spaghetti too... but i do have to doctor it up a bit and up the sauce game.
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Gotta disagree with you there. Axis meatballs, homemade pasta, showered with parm is a great meal that can feed a lot of people.
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This is our go to meal when we serve food at the homeless shelter ( for daily bread ministry) and even the homeless people complain/ agree
There's spaghetti, then there's spaghetti....

Over cooked (mushy) noodles, with a can of tomato sauce dumped INTO THE POT OF NOODLES.....is awful, and it's not spaghetti.
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Old 07-08-2019, 11:36 AM   #114
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There's spaghetti, then there's spaghetti....

Over cooked (mushy) noodles, with a can of tomato sauce dumped INTO THE POT OF NOODLES.....is awful, and it's not spaghetti.



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Old 07-08-2019, 11:41 AM   #115
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There's spaghetti, then there's spaghetti....

Over cooked (mushy) noodles, with a can of tomato sauce dumped INTO THE POT OF NOODLES.....is awful, and it's not spaghetti.
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Old 07-08-2019, 12:23 PM   #116
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Simple eater here also. Steaks, cans of beans, corn, veggies and eggs are the most common meals while hunting. I like to do the most minimal amount of work so I can clean up quick. And also I feel like an elaborate meals takes away from the "ranch" feel.
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Old 07-08-2019, 12:26 PM   #117
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Bologna sandwiches taste so much better at the lease.
I don't know, this one I'm having right now is delicious....with Miracle Whip.

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Old 07-08-2019, 12:30 PM   #118
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Went on a hunt with two other guys and we were all to provide a dinner. I was divorced at the time and my meal was the restaurant in town.
One guy brought a crock pot that had the wild boar shoulder that was partially cooked already and heated that up for dinner. Tasted worse than it smelled. I swore off of wild pork for quite a while.
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Old 07-08-2019, 12:31 PM   #119
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I don't know, this one I'm having right now is delicious....with Miracle Whip.

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Old 07-08-2019, 12:35 PM   #121
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Spaghetti and ground deer sauce with garlic bread is quite tasty.

Y'all fools trippin.

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Old 07-08-2019, 12:38 PM   #123
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You've been on here long enough to know this is a gathering place for smart arses.

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This is our go to meal when we serve food at the homeless shelter ( for daily bread ministry) and even the homeless people complain/ agree


Donít overcook it and rinse after cooking it. Removes the starches that make
It sticky. If they donít like that, feed em fishheads.


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Old 07-08-2019, 12:59 PM   #125
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Of course.... plus no smelling like it going to the blind. Breakfast for us is post AM hunt or its an early lunch
For us also... I usually bring a bunch of yard eggs n bacon as a base for breakfast... Love me some fried yard eggs fried in the bacon fat after you're done fryin' bacon!!
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Old 07-08-2019, 01:08 PM   #126
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I was on the opposite end.
Me and my Pops were invited on a mule deer hunt. We were to be in camp with a friends family for a week. We got Breakfast, another family had lunch and another had dinner.
We bought the full works. Ate breakfast like kings.
Lunch was hot dogs each day and busch beer
Dinner was cold cuts and left over hot dogs. and busch beer.
We got an invite back go figure. We made sure to ask what everyone else was bring so we could make sure we were sharing alike
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Old 07-08-2019, 01:17 PM   #127
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He's probably not being cheap OP, just doesn't know how to eat. I've got some family like that, dinner for 20 years is hotdogs or microwave meals.

I like to eat good dinners but I've got friends who'll fish/camp with us that'll bring a box of crackers and cans of Chunky soup for the whole trip. I just get in the habit of packing nice dinners and sometimes I just eat once a day. I got a buddy who's always making big breakfasts so we pair well together. Even if we don't eat before a hunt or something he'll come back and we'll have a massive full course fresh breakfast at noon. lol

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Years ago a buddy shot a deer first one he ever shot early archery season we found it the next day temps in the 80ís his dad said it should be fine they then hung it to age in the sun for a day or two (it was full of maggots and stunk horrible). The next spring he brought deer chili for dinner after turkey hunting. The only deer killed by his family was the early season bow kill. It was a 30 mile drive for dinner that night.
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Old 07-08-2019, 01:19 PM   #128
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Old 07-08-2019, 01:29 PM   #129
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I ain't a fan of skeggs either, but one of our more popular dishes the wives send out is Lasagna... Now that stuff will stick to yore ribs! This is especially true when my wife makes hers... she used cottage cheese instead of ricotta cheese ...some serious good right there!
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Old 07-08-2019, 01:32 PM   #130
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The problem I had was buddy of mine would invite a large group of guys to his ranch for management deer and hog hunt several times a year. I reallyed appreciate the offer but there was another particular group of guys that would always come and only bring enough breakfast and lunch food for themselves. Me and My other buddy at the time would always buy steaks or pork chops for dinner with all the fixings for everybody for one night and other buddies would do the same for the second or third night.. The group I’m talking about didn’t have a problem eating our steaks but never bought food to feed us for lunch or breakfast or even dinner.

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Old 07-08-2019, 01:36 PM   #131
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If you aren't eating good at the deer camp you're doing it all wrong. And for the record a good doctored up spaghetti is a good meal for early season hunts before the time changes! Mushrooms, ground deer meat, and properly cooked noodles. Good stuff! We also like to fire up a crock pot right when we get there and keep some sort of beans ready to go at all times to ensure there are plenty fireworks all weekend!
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Old 07-08-2019, 01:44 PM   #132
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JalapeŮo / cheddar deer Sausage and tortillas is a go to for us. Preferably Iíll pick up some tortillas from the Mexican bakery but if their out HEB it is.


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I like to bring simple meals. Less prep and cooking time equals more hunting and hanging out time. Also you don't fill up and have room for S'Mores and campfire pies ;-)
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Old 07-08-2019, 01:56 PM   #134
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Old 07-08-2019, 02:05 PM   #135
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The problem I had was buddy of mine would invite a large group of guys to his ranch for management deer and hog hunt several times a year. I reallyed appreciate the offer but there was another particular group of guys that would always come and only bring enough breakfast and lunch food for themselves. Me and My other buddy at the time would always buy steaks or pork chops for dinner with all the fixings for everybody for one night and other buddies would do the same for the second or third night.. The group Iím talking about didnít have a problem eating our steaks but never bought food to feed us for lunch or breakfast or even dinner.
Simple solution... Steaks and pork chops for breakfast. Better yet save the leftovers mix with some scrambled eggs and wrap in a tortilla. Your out six bucks. There is absolutely no reason to go hungry or be miserable at any camp and itís really not that hard.
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Two things....for spaghetti.....use the fresh pasta from the refrigerated section. Contadina I believe. Linguini. Thank me later.

We have done this for decades. Get there early Friday. Put a crockpot of borracho beans on. Fire up the pit. Throw some whole chickens and pork tenderloins on. Tortillas, onions, cilantro, cheese, pico, salsa. Tacos, nachos, burritos. Lunch and dinner is ready for the whole weekend when you get back from the first evening hunt. Little to no cleanup. Even better sub a wild hog hind quarter for the chicken and pork.

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Old 07-08-2019, 02:30 PM   #137
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Two things....for spaghetti.....use the fresh pasta from the refrigerated section. Contadina I believe. Linguini. Thank me later.

We have done this for decades. Get there early Friday. Put a crockpot of borracho beans on. Fire up the pit. Throw some whole chickens and pork tenderloins on. Tortillas, onions, cilantro, cheese, pico, salsa. Tacos, nachos, burritos. Lunch and dinner is ready for the whole weekend when you get back from the first evening hint. Little to no cleanup.

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And disposable plates and tableware. Itís not that hard.

My family would disagree on the pasta.. I agree but the family not so much.. Pick your battles. I will eat **** near whatever but it will not be canned meat.
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Old 07-08-2019, 02:39 PM   #138
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Better than spam samwiches. Wait I like spam samwitches with mustard and onions.
You must be in my family somewhere along the line! Back in the old days (before bottled water and fast food) I remember riding from Llano to Orange in a 66 Chevy with a milk jug washed out for water and eat spam sandwich with just onion.
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At our ranch it’s all about the food. Every night is steak night. Breakfast is leftover steak with eggs, bacon and tortillas. Cheap funky food is not allowed.
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Oh DMo... you gotta crawl out from under that rock and LIVE man!! Fried Spam instead of bacon for breakfast... Eggs pretty good fried in Spam grease too!! Cold spam n onion n mater sammiches for lunch, then chopped spam fried and dribbled on a big ol lettuce n mater salad then covered in Miracle Whip Salad Dressin'.... Mmmmmm Gooood!
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I havenít either. Wife says itís good fried.
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I havenít either. Wife says itís good fried.

Cube it up with some potatoes cubed up the same size and it is **** good. We used to eat it all the time as kids. My wife refuses. LOL
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Cube it up with some potatoes cubed up the same size and it is **** good. We used to eat it all the time as kids. My wife refuses. LOL
Does sound good.
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Old 07-08-2019, 03:17 PM   #145
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I love me some Spam. Fried crispy, its hard to beat.

We eat really good at deer camp, its part of the draw for me. Meals are planned out in advance, first night before opening day is always the best one but they are all good to me. Everyone is on the same page at our camp so no potted meat or spaghetti and tomato sauce poured on.

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I've heard that guys get crabs sometimes from "deer camp" excursions... Like your way better!!
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Old 07-08-2019, 03:25 PM   #147
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Apparently my grandad ate a bunch of spam in the military in the south pacific. When he came home he never spoke of the war, and he didn't allow spam in the house. I guess dad never ate it either so we never had any around.


I do like corned beef hash from a can, with eggs.
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Apparently my grandad ate a bunch of spam in the military in the south pacific. When he came home he never spoke of the war, and he didn't allow spam in the house. I guess dad never ate it either so we never had any around.


I do like corned beef hash from a can, with eggs.
They eat it like ribeye in Hawaii.
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I go with the sausage / tortilla /mustard...for change up Sardines/crackers/hunk of onion with anything.......Boiled eggs they keep well (boil at home peel before ya eat stay fresh longer that way)
Good Lord! No need to bring a killin' tool, just ease out a small round of flatulence after that grub and anything within 20 yards dies.
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Old 07-08-2019, 03:45 PM   #150
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Dang. That guy can feed me at deer camp


Dang same here. Most of the time Iím at deer camp Iím eating out of a can or sammiches.
With that said, if Iím hunting with someone for ďfreeĒ or a really good deal. Iím paying you with steaks or your favorite drink to say thank you.


ďThere's more fun in hunting with the handicap of the bow than there is in hunting with the sureness of the gun.Ē -Fred Bear-

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