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RE: Hey Smokers! (meat, that is)

at home I use a Bradley electric (its ok but I wan a big green egg when my numbers come in) camping we use the camp fire........ 95% of the food we eat camping is prepared on the fire.
Jebby14 12/12/19 06:38am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Sourdough Biscuit Breakfast Sanwich

^this looks so good I can taste it
Jebby14 12/11/19 12:57pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Snake Repellent Testing - Advice

^ wish I could say the same........ OP, you dead mon?
Jebby14 12/10/19 03:43am Beginning RVing
RE: Hobbies in the off season?

2 kids under 5. what is this free time? guess I do play beer league hockey Saturday nights when they are asleep.
Jebby14 12/09/19 02:23pm RV Lifestyle
RE: Low calorie and high fiber one pot recipes?

I want to recommend Tomato Ricotta salad Ingredients: 3 Plum tomatoes 2 oz Ricotta cheese 0,5 oz Arugula 0,5 oz Basil 1 tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil 1 tbsp Balsamic glaze 1 pinch Sea salt 1 pinch Black Pepper Try) this is a meal? id starve to death. no wonder im fat
Jebby14 12/06/19 08:37am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Pie Iron Recipes: great with the kids and grandkids

pizza is our go to. also a fan of apple pie filling and cinnamon. breakfast sandwiches are good too.
Jebby14 12/04/19 03:31am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Snake Repellent Testing - Advice

remember everyone be nice to the spammer or else the forum police will get you. sarcasm and humor are not allowed. fun gets posts deleted.
Jebby14 11/29/19 11:27am Beginning RVing
RE: Snake Repellent Testing - Advice

Nice first post..............
Jebby14 11/25/19 06:51am Beginning RVing
RE: Anybody else have trouble packing for camping

food and clothes are all we need to pack. all equipment stays in the camper. in the before time when we had a popup or tents we used same idea but the stuff lived in totes to it just had to be grabbed.
Jebby14 11/22/19 01:13pm General RVing Issues
RE: Ford Bronco R

if it was a few years faster to market my wifes explorer wouldn't sit next to my truck in the driveway
Jebby14 11/15/19 03:46am Tow Vehicles
RE: Who says I need to take up space for a Gooseneck Hitch!

Why would they do this?
Jebby14 11/14/19 01:27pm Towing
RE: Got to Winterize my old camper.

Don't forget to bypass the water heater or you will be using more than that
Jebby14 11/14/19 03:39am Travel Trailers
RE: Remembrance Day

Least we forget. Thank you to all the men and women who have served or are serving on either side of the border.
Jebby14 11/11/19 03:45am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: LOW CARB CAMPING

awesome guys. love exploring new ideas. always nice to hear different peoples success stories with hobo pouch combinations. Greytruck18...... a ribeye is my favorite of the common cuts of beef. hard to beat a solid rib cap (leave the bone on) seared over hot coals then finished indirectly to a very rare, medium rare. To each their own but I am as far from vegan as you can get
Jebby14 11/09/19 06:17am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: It is mouse time again.

do the spinning tube over the bucket of anti freeze. 5 gal pail with ramps up to it. tight wire across the top. cylinder on the wire (any hard tube think pvs, abs, aluminum tube, black pipe, heck even soup cans) pb smear on the tube, antifreeze in the bucket. google it. they work great and don't need to be reset for each mouse.
Jebby14 11/07/19 04:18am Travel Trailers
RE: That time of year

NY and Vermont have some special skiing too if you like glades and moguls. Killington is awesome so is Smugglers notch in Vermont. Bristol less so but MUCH closer. Whiteface (Lake Placid Olympics) is in between. God I miss it.
Jebby14 11/06/19 06:44am Travel Trailers
RE: That time of year

the strength of your dollar will help. Look into the less popular resorts. usually cheaper than skiing in Ontario and Michigan aside from airfare. Kicking horse and Panorama come to mind. NOT beginner resorts what so ever. Remember a double black is a blue out there.
Jebby14 11/06/19 06:41am Travel Trailers
RE: Favorite Christmas recipes?

super dave, that's about perfect. well done
Jebby14 11/06/19 03:51am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Favorite Christmas recipes?

spinach and artichoke dip. 2 packs cream cheese 1 yellow onion diced small 2 packs frozen chopped spinach thawed 2 cans artichoke hearts chopped 1 can sliced black olives (optional) 10- diced garlic cloves 1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese 1+ (feel free to go more) cup grated cheddar mix it all up and throw in crock pot. serve hot side note, freezes well in disposable pie tins, just toss them in the oven later. always have a stash of these around the holidays mix it all up
Jebby14 11/06/19 03:50am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: That time of year

I'll take a ski trip over any other. My favorite thing to do with clothes on. With the kids as small as they are, the flatness of where I live and the limited vacation time/funds I cant see too many of those happening. Been too long since I've skied the west coast (or the east for that matter) do have a major Disney trip coming up though :)
Jebby14 11/05/19 11:37am Travel Trailers
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