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  1. #21
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    Default Re: Favorite stream-side lunches/recipes

    God Bless Subway Sandwich shops. Being a Seasoned Citizen the 'five dollar foot long' Sandwich costs four fifty (no sales tax here in Oregon). Black Forrest Ham and have them 'Drag it through the Garden.' Read that load it up with Veggies, etc.

    Cut in half, and individually wrapped, and you've got two meals. Top that off with a flavored iced tea of some sort and 'good eats.'

    Love the sound of a cold beer, but car keys and even 3.2 are a "don't go there." Older I get the less tolerant my system has become. Tired? A half bottle can give me a 'buzz.' But I do have a couple of bottles of a good IPA in the fridge. And they've been there for several months ....
    When wealth is lost, nothing is lost; when health is lost, something is lost; when character is lost, all is lost. - Billy Graham"

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    Default Re: Favorite stream-side lunches/recipes

    I can really relate to those Snickers commercials......."you're not you when you're hungry"
    You're out all day and you start to drag.... eat a Snickers. Trail mix is good too but not as convenient.
    When I was a kid, my grandfather taught me to always carry hard candy like Lifesavers or peppermints when fishing. It's gives you a little boost and wets your whistle. I still do that, but eating a Snickers bar will turn your day around.

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ZvzFPweDac]Snickers Commercial with Roseanne and Richard lewis - YouTube[/ame]
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    Default Re: Favorite stream-side lunches/recipes

    Love the clip! Be sure to watch the Betty White (et. al.) one that comes up after the above.
    When wealth is lost, nothing is lost; when health is lost, something is lost; when character is lost, all is lost. - Billy Graham"

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    Default Re: Favorite stream-side lunches/recipes

    Summertime...

    Simple sandwiches are fine, or California rolls if I feel like something special...

    Cold weather...

    Deer Chili, Tenderloins grilled stream side or some good ole Beef Stew.

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    Default Re: Favorite stream-side lunches/recipes

    fresh trout almondine with water cress, wild mushroom and leek salad..
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    Default Re: Favorite stream-side lunches/recipes

    Quote Originally Posted by sandfly View Post
    fresh trout almondine with water cress, wild mushroom and leek salad..
    You forgot the champaign.

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    Default Re: Favorite stream-side lunches/recipes

    Quote Originally Posted by sandfly View Post
    fresh trout almondine with water cress, wild mushroom and leek salad..
    Sounds better than a bag of pork skins and a RC Cola.
    "I don't go to the river to fish, but I do quite a bit of it while I'm there." - Riverbilly

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    Default Re: Favorite stream-side lunches/recipes

    BLT sandwich (heavy on the B and T!) with the extra bacon I fried for breakfast. Any chocolate/peanut butter combination of candy bars (reeses, fast break, etc). Pasta salad from the night before in a ziploc with a fork. A small container of Sun Chips (Garden Salsa).

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    Default Re: Favorite stream-side lunches/recipes

    I carry these two items in sealed plastic baggies...the peppered is my favorite:

    Beef Jerky using the best beef jerky recipes Mahogany Smoked Meats

    Sierra Nevada Regular Chileno Peppers

    then, back to fishing...


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    Default Re: Favorite stream-side lunches/recipes

    Love the idea of this thread. 5 stars in my book!

    All depends on where I'm fishing and who I'm fishing with. When I don't plan on going back to my vehicle and am by myself. I take jerky and granola and or protein bars with me. Before I head out, I grab a quick bit to eat for breakfast. That can usually tide me over until dinner. This is my normal routine when fishing heavily pressured water. That way I can maximize time in case I find a spot of solitude and can get into fish. In fact, this is pretty standard to have with me no matter what. Never know when you might have a need for it.

    Sometimes I pack myself a cooler when I know I'll be going back to my vehicle or Chi's for that matter. Sandwich it is, we often have pastrami, corned beef & swiss with stone ground mustard on rye. Or turkey or ham & swiss on wheat.

    Italian hoagie before, capicola, proschuitto, salami, pepperoni, provolone, roasted red peppers, banana peppers lettuce and balsamic vinaigrette on italian bread of course. Make it the night before and wrap it tight in saran wrap, throw it in the fridge. Add to that some chips of some sort and I'm pretty good.

    I've made some chili and packed that in the cooler along with a small propane camp stove. That hits the spot on a cool day.

    For the most part, I try and keep it simple.
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