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i go out usually from 6-7 am till 7-8 pm, mainly fishing, getting sun, swimming.
running out of ideas for food out there, we had subs, but you can only eat so many..
what do u all bring?
 

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Subs are always good, Pizza is good, and don't laugh at me, but Lunchables ROCK! Cheese, crackers, meat, already sliced and a couple cookies, it's the BEST!
 

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Kentucky Fried Chicken or Chicken Shack- always goodcold
chips/ salsa
Mr Pita Sandwiches
veggies and dip

a couple suggestions

good luck
 

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For some reason when on the water I don't eat...
but, cut up fruit is refreshing

and you can't go wrong with cheeze its!
 

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If we're going out fishing for most of the day..
We bring soda's and Ice Tea.. Beer for those who want it...
Make sandwiches, or subs... Chips or pretzels..
Hostess cupcakes or something like that...
My grand-daughter is a little more picky..
What we bring is kept in a cooler and no way to heat anything up..
ANd plenty of night crawlers or minnows for the fish to snack on...
 

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Chicken tenders are awesome cold, too!
With some ranch or BBQ sauce.

Sometimes I grill chicken and steak, italian sausage
and just cut it up in small pieces. It's good cold too.

Okay, how long til lunch? LOL
 

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Our menu for a day on the water for boat races ( Usually have 7-8 people to feed.

3 lbs of shrimp (& Sauce)
Dozen doughnuts
Lg. Thermos of coffee
2 cases of pop
1 case of bottled water
1/2 lb of crap meat dip (2 boxes of crackers)
Assorted fruit Bananas, oranges and apples
1 1/2 lbs of each ( roast beef, ham, Turkey, 2 kinds of cheeses)
1 loaf of bread
condiments
chips, pretzels

1 jar of Hot fudge

1/2 gal of ice cream (Dry Ice)

obviously can be sized down for a shorter amount of time out there...the crab meat dip keeps really well in the cooler and is a filling snack
 

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Pretzel Rods and Peanut chex mix!
 

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The lunchables are great as well as a jumbo bag of trail mix. Chips and salsa, oranges, and banana's, cheeze it's and dorrito's. Sub's and homemade sandwiches, p.b. & j, ham. For longer day trips throw together a fruit salad or a greens one and dressing either in the plastic bottles or extra's from a fast food joint (save 'em up).

After looking in the house fridge and knowing that shopping night is friday, I think I am off to the boat for lunch.
 

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I boat with my kids, so my menu is usually the following"

Bag of Goldfish~ When you step on them, they crumble to dust, which is good, because you can never get them picked up...


Usually some type of sandwich or sub. Boring, but easy!
Cold Chicken Tenders from Costco. They are AWESOME!
Fresh fruit on the water always tastes great!

Usually those Push up type popsicles for the kids, they don't seem to get too messy.
 

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Usually a sub or pita
A variation of:
Cheeze & crackers
Spinach dip & sesame breadsticks
Veggies & dip
Fruit - watermelon cut up
Pringles
 

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WOW!!!!!

We all should be so proud of the other LSCNer's. According to the postings, NO ONE TAKES BEER on their boats.
No matter what.

No drunk LSCNer's on this site.

yea, right.
 

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QUOTE(bikinigirl @ Jul 1 2004, 09:38 AM)Our menu for a day on the water for boat races ( Usually have 7-8 people to feed.

3 lbs of shrimp (& Sauce)
Dozen doughnuts
Lg. Thermos of coffee
2 cases of pop
1 case of bottled water
1/2 lb of crap meat dip (2 boxes of crackers)
Assorted fruit Bananas, oranges and apples
1 1/2 lbs of each ( roast beef, ham, Turkey, 2 kinds of cheeses)
1 loaf of bread
condiments
chips, pretzels

1 jar of Hot fudge

1/2 gal of ice cream (Dry Ice)

obviously can be sized down for a shorter amount of time out there...the crab meat dip keeps really well in the cooler and is a filling snack
MAN YOU EAT BETTER ON YOUR BOAT THEN WE DO AT HOME.


Usually chips, chicken in bisket crackers, sometimes a sub from party store. bottled water. Beer and a bottle of something to do shots and offer to people i see out there.Allways try to be polite and offer a shot to friends.
 

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BEER, AND WATER, AND SOMETIMS A PIZZA
 

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Buscemi Subs and cheese and Garden Herb Crackers are always good. Moneyshot knows that!
 

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QUOTE(bikinigirl @ Jul 1 2004, 09:38 AM)Our menu for a day on the water for boat races ( Usually have 7-8 people to feed.

3 lbs of shrimp (& Sauce)
Dozen doughnuts
Lg. Thermos of coffee
2 cases of pop
1 case of bottled water
1/2 lb of crap meat dip (2 boxes of crackers)
Assorted fruit Bananas, oranges and apples
1 1/2 lbs of each ( roast beef, ham, Turkey, 2 kinds of cheeses)
1 loaf of bread
condiments
chips, pretzels

1 jar of Hot fudge

1/2 gal of ice cream (Dry Ice)

obviously can be sized down for a shorter amount of time out there...the crab meat dip keeps really well in the cooler and is a filling snack
Wow, next time I want to ride with you!
I'll even give back the flag for the antenna.
 

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QUOTE(pauligan @ Jul 1 2004, 09:11 AM)and you can't go wrong with cheeze its!

I won't post the picture for fear of a severe beating next time I see you.
 
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