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Find a good Thai restaurant. They're all over .


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I am not about to eat out during the Covid pandemic. The CDC recently released data indicating that doing so is high risk and associated with Covid infections.

It is not just an issue of sitting indoors or even eating outdoors. Food prep requires a lot of handling. Kitchens are not set up for the Covid era. If you just must have food cooked by someone else, consider something like a pizza. It goes into a hot oven and then directly into a carry out box.

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JimK-NY wrote:

I am not about to eat out during the Covid pandemic. The CDC recently released data indicating that doing so is high risk and associated with Covid infections.

It is not just an issue of sitting indoors or even eating outdoors. Food prep requires a lot of handling. Kitchens are not set up for the Covid era. If you just must have food cooked by someone else, consider something like a pizza. It goes into a hot oven and then directly into a carry out box.


well, whatever works for you. otoh we've been doing weekly take-out and recently added eat-in at one of our fav places.


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down home wrote:

We are tired of everything! Fast Food is enemy number one.
I have ate enough hamburgers, hotdogs, pizza, steak, ham, and everything else.
I want something different! If I had the energy I would open a restaurant and call it Something different. Anyone who ordered a burger, might be banned for life?
Out here in the desert especially the options are even more limited Micky Ds and Cracker Barrel. I know the menue by heart! Don'' ask me though.
Wife isn't into cooking, on the road this trip.
I don't believe a steak wold whet my appetite after a week, right now.
I want something different.
What is it and where can I get some...within 50 miles???

Something diferent,ok unfortunately bit too far

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How about a nice Wild Caught Salmon or other fish. Easy to grill and tastes great. A few veggies like asparagus or squash and a little cottage cheese with some fruit. A salad also goes well with this dish. I bought some sliced corn beef today along with some baby swiss cheese, pumpernickel bread , a can of Franks sweet kraut and some thousand island dressing. Change it up by substituting slaw for the Kraut or have both. also worhs well with the standard Rye bread.


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Perhaps your wife is not "into" cooking this trip, but how about you? I know several men who cook and do a darn good job. Get a cookbook and find something good. I guarantee your wife will be thrilled!

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Dog Trainer wrote:

How about a nice Wild Caught Salmon or other fish. Easy to grill and tastes great. A few veggies like asparagus or squash and a little cottage cheese with some fruit. A salad also goes well with this dish. I bought some sliced corn beef today along with some baby swiss cheese, pumpernickel bread , a can of Franks sweet kraut and some thousand island dressing. Change it up by substituting slaw for the Kraut or have both. also worhs well with the standard Rye bread.


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Try looking here for items that can be delivered.
something different

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Most RV's have a stove and a microwave. The only reason they are installed at the factory is to be used by the owner. Many meals can be ready to eat in about 15 to 30 minutes, from scratch.
GET A COOKBOOK! Start cooking yourself, if your wife isn't "into" cooking.
Try this on: Brown two chicken breasts in a frying pan in butter, when browned and a little water and simmer till cooked thru. Sweet potato in the microwave. Chop some lettuce and veggies for a salad. Eat. If that's too much work, I guess your going back to Mickey D's.

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