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We like to eat like kings when we go riding.Several times a year, we ride out somewhere, gather wood, start a fire and cook up some killer vittles.marinated venison speedies, pork loin, laketrout,tuna steaks, hot dogs.Chicken takes too long to cook, but I know a guy that took a whole roasted turkey, wrapped it up in foil & towels, & put it in a backpack.After riding a couple hours, it was still piping hot and delicious.Trailside dinners are really great, just remember to clean up the site and carry out what you carry in.
 

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That reminds me of Artic cat's commercial. The (AJD) automatic jerky dispenser mounted on the handlebars.
LOL, i just stuff it in my coat pocket. Yes, i think we all enjoy eating like a King while out riding. It adds to the experience.
 

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now why didn't I think of that!I could have made a fortune!damn.
 

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Hot Dogger III!!! LOL I'm gettin one for the girlfriend's sled. That way I can take off down the trail and by the time she catches up the dogs'll be done! j/k would be neat to try though as long as the dog grease doesn't spill into the engine compartment.

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I know a few people who eat a complete dinner on the trail. I like the candy bar and jerky. Give me the pizza parlor I can relax in and get going fast.

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Our club has a big cookout on the trail at least once a year. We set up a army tent and get a big roaring fire going. Nice place to stop after a long ride in the morning.
 

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we havent tried that yet, but sounds cool, usually we are having so much fun, we dont want to stop, except for an occasional sip of peppermint schnapps, i know shouldnt drink and sled, but a few sips doesnt hurt
 

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That's how it starts, a few sips. Then next thing you know you're polishing off a half gallon in the morning before the ride. Then you're mounting the bottle to the helmet so you can drink on the go. Where does it end?
At least you admit you have a drinking problem.

Seriously though, A nip here and there of brandy or schnapps does keep the chill off on those twenty below days.
LOL!

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700ZXM if you like both the Brandy and peppermint Schnapps you should try both at once. Phillips makes a drink called SnoShoe Grog, it is a brandy and peppermint mix it kicks ass and warms you up.
 

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Actually the Doctor and I had a bad experience a couple years ago and the relationship has gone sour.
The only thing I've had from Philips is their milk of magnesia, great stuff but you have to drink alot to catch a buzz. I don't know what proof it is but it's not very strong.
Apricot or cherry brandy does the trick for me. I'm getting too old for that other stuff.

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RIGHT ON!! That is great! My boyfriend and I are veggies, but we eat fish. Our snowmobile buddies love riding with us because we bring shrimp coctail and smoked salmon on the trail!!! Soooo much fun!!
Also, it is really great that you reminded everyone to pack it out!!
 

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On a nice warm day there is nothing better then hot dogs cooked on a wood fire off the beatin trail. Everyone brings some wood and food. then we all can sample different things.
 

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Have any of you tried that "Hot Dogger"? I thought about getting one. Do hotdogs actually cook in that or just keep them warm?

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I haven't tried it, but considering exhaust gas temperatures might be 1200-1300 degrees, i'm willing to bet it will cook well. Now, i do realize the pipe itself won't reach that temp, but it can't be too far off; unless you have a heat sheild or something.

Hit lots of moguls to keep from burning one side.
 

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I rigged up a Big Daddy Meat Master to my sled. It'll cook 2 pounds of your favorite steaks in about an hour. Got a holster bolted to the cowling for the steak sauce and utensils. The snow flap does double duty as a plate with the addition of a couple of quick clips.
My mouth is watering just thinking about my first meal.

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