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Old 04-06-2021, 06:15 AM
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mediocre fried chicken, with every bite thinking about how much better publix fried chicken would be if we could get it up north
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Chicken salad and some tortilla chips.
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Pringles - won't get crushed stick em anywhere
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Originally Posted by Logan311 View Post
Pringles - won't get crushed stick em anywhere
And they line up real nice in your colon.
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Salty stuff like peanuts, pretzels, chips but NO BEER or alcohol. It makes you stupid. Beer is for the dock and clean up.
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Originally Posted by Its just me View Post
Salty stuff like peanuts, pretzels, chips but NO BEER or alcohol. It makes you stupid. Beer is for the dock and clean up.
I bet this guy is fun to hang with
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Nothing more refreshing than a 21 yr old dancer in a string bikini. But that's just what I like ....
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Originally Posted by SHE GONE View Post
Publix fried chicken, any style
This.
Old 04-11-2021, 11:43 AM
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Publix fried chicken or cubans, cheez-its, cheese cubes and salami, iced grapes, chips of various flavors, doritos, triscuits... and cigars of course.
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Nobody mentioned Spicy pork rinds !

My buddy/mate brought em last year and now we gotta have em on tuna days ...
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Beef Biltong. Stryve Biltong FTW.
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Enteman’s chocolate donuts, pineapple, snickers bar.
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Follow up question... Anyone do any cooking onboard? If so what do you cook and what do you use to cook it? This is question for small boats without a built in kitchen or grill.
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Induction surface and appropriate pans.
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Originally Posted by newbedfish View Post
My moms traditional stuffed grape leaves, tightly wrapped with a side of tzatziki to dip them in. Heaven!!
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Originally Posted by rogermd View Post
Follow up question... Anyone do any cooking onboard? If so what do you cook and what do you use to cook it? This is question for small boats without a built in kitchen or grill.
Magma grill.

Burgers, seafood, kabobs, steaks,
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Ham and salad on crusty hotdog rolls with red onion and heaps of black pepper. You can eat them with one hand while fishing or cruising and put them down if you need to.
Cheetos leave yellow stains everywhere that need paint stripper to remove.
Any of the greasy foods like fried chicken really total the touch screens on sounders and GPS units.
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UTZ, pretzel rods.
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Chinese food, along the lines of Sum Yung Ting

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