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Old 06-27-2007, 12:56 PM   #1
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Looking for ideas for summertime lunches to enjoy while on the boat.
We do have a galley, but most often end up simply taking the George Foreman grill topside for most of our grilling needs. Making cold or grilled sandwiches is easy too, but does tend to get a bit boring after awhile.
So,what other summertime special lunches to you guys enjoy while either at the dock or on the hook?
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Old 06-27-2007, 01:07 PM   #2
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Sausage with peppers and onions on the grill.........You can smell it 2 miles away
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Old 06-27-2007, 01:40 PM   #3
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This doesnt involve the grill, but my favorite fishing/boat food is Smuckers Crustables!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 06-27-2007, 01:42 PM   #4
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kabobs. Grilled fresh fish!
Bananas!
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LOTS of tequila, little bit of margarita mix! and beef jerky
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Old 06-27-2007, 01:53 PM   #6
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Left over Hurricane Katrina MRE...
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Fried Chicken is somthing I rarely eat, but love it on the boat!
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Old 06-27-2007, 03:14 PM   #8
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I have good luck with hard boiled eggs. It is supposed to be very easy to eat, specially with plenty of salt that I need in a fishing trip. Each time I crack one and start to peal off the shell, the fishing rod bends, and I have to drop the egg and bring up the fish.
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Old 06-27-2007, 03:55 PM   #9
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Fried Chicken is somthing I rarely eat, but love it on the boat!
You just can't beat fried chicken and boating. I swear that the oil from the chicken attracts fish when you toss the bones overboard.
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Left over Hurricane Katrina MRE...
Do you think they are still any good? I have about a dozen MRE's left over from then. I keep forgetting to bring them aboard.
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Old 06-27-2007, 04:07 PM   #11
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We do kabobs when we have the grill. Just make little ones with those 6 to 8 inch wooden scourers (spelling). The night before make them up and but them in one of those large zip lock bags with your sauce. The next day they are ready to cook and its already prepared. If you have plenty of cooler room you can also use rubber container. Here is even a great marinade
1 cup veg oil
1/3 cup vinegar
1 TBSP wusachire sauce (I can never spell that word)
dash of Tabasco
couple cloves of garlic
1 TBSP ground mustard
Dash of salt and pepper
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Lobster rolls and Strawberry Short Cake.

Nothing like drifting on the salt water eating a little seafood. Loveit!!
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Make any type of sub sangwich dry and then add balsmaic vinegar when you are ready to eat. umm umm good!
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This is getting really good, all except for the Katrina MREs that is. I'm already getting hungry.
Please keep 'em coming, I'm copying down the recipes.
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Old 06-27-2007, 05:30 PM   #15
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publix fried chicken
hard boiled eggs
beef jerky
gatorade
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Bananas, and lots of 'em. And I save the peels, keeping them on the boat just in case.
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Tamales from the ice-chest
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Left over Hurricane Katrina MRE...
Do you think they are still any good? I have about a dozen MRE's left over from then. I keep forgetting to bring them aboard.
the mre,s have a expiration date on them...i have several cases left and all have plenty time left on them.....not the best food that can be eatan on the boat but it sure is a quick hot meal.........i have a case on board at all times....

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pb and js,fried chicken and if you carry a grill fresh fish ,clams,shrimp and many marqueritas
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One of our easiest things to take along is a giant hogie. You need really fresh french bread. Slice it lengthwise and spread with anything you like. We usually use mayo and honey dijon mustard, maybe sub dressing. Then start piling on cold cuts, cheeses, tomotoes, onion slices, cole slaw .... usually what ever is on hand. Make it THICK! When you are finished close the bread up and put it back in the bag it came in, squeezing out the air so it stays together. Take along a cutting board and bread knife. When you are ready to eat just slice. They actually get better after the have been in the cooler for a few hours, juices soak into the bread. My guys all love quiche (especially lobster) make in throw away pie plates and cut in finger size wedges and of course we always have lots of shrimp and cocktail sauce.
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