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Old 15-02-10, 22:01
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Very tasty and cheap but made with good quality meat etc...... In fact there superb Ive tried the lot and all have been great.
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Old 15-02-10, 22:06
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I've just had a cracking pie...



Anyway, I used to eat a lot of the 3 minute noodles, always good for a quick lunch snack. Can be made a lot tastier with a cup a soup stirred in, or just a few herbs and a splash of tabasco.
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Old 15-02-10, 22:10
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good thread. I'm feelin hungry (and I've just had dinner!)
I think it's getting that way.

Eating on the road can be a bit crappy, I use the NATO Ration packs alot (the new ones are much better), but sometimes it's good to make up something from what you have.

I'm looking for some great recipes that you can cook with a pen knife, mess tin and a single burner.

???

Come guys, what do you lot cook ?

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Old 16-02-10, 09:34
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Anyway, I used to eat a lot of the 3 minute noodles, always good for a quick lunch snack. Can be made a lot tastier with a cup a soup stirred in, or just a few herbs and a splash of tabasco.
Or even just a stock cube in the water will make a surprising difference.
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Old 16-02-10, 20:14
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Quick and easy campfire meal; get a good size sweet potato, wash the outside, wrap with bacon and then with tin foil and stick in embers for 30min. Takes a lot less time than a normal jacket and blooming lovely.
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Old 16-02-10, 20:48
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I'm realy lucky, I'll eat just about anything and like it.
Pot noodle, chicken curry, bully beef, bread and cheese, I love compo (nato) food, anything.
During my military service I had to eat most of my meals cold (when in the field) regardless of what it was so to heat it at all was a luxury.
I have a simple gas burner with a 2 cup/pot lid and base and rarely bother to even light it except for coffee.

I remember once a mate decided to cook a tin of food in hot water and the dopey git forgot to peirce the tin. When the tin exploded we thought we been attacked.

On the rare occasions that I do cook, its curry sauce, worcester sauce, Oxo, anything small (as in package size) to give flavour.

When thay say "anybody can rough it", I am anybody.
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Old 28-03-10, 20:50
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Just had a heinz big soup spicy meatballs very nice.

those http://www.lookwhatwefound.co.uk/sto...=index&cPath=4

look great will have to try them - just worried I may resort to always eating them even when at home the wife will think Ive swallowed a cook book
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