dinniebrown wrote: You eat very little there b/c of the heat and "recreational" activities.
*fishy wonders if she should jump ship.*CapSmashy wrote:With Rev G as our Kitchen Overlord we ate like kings.
Steaks, grilled chicken, fajitas (with guacamole and sour cream), bacon, chopped steak with grilled onions and gravy, packed breakfast burritos, bacon, pancakes, fresh rice (not instant), mashed potatoes, bacon, meatloaf, green beans, fresh baked muffins, bacon... lots of wonderful food goodness. Its the result of bringing out a foodie with us that was horrified by the the thought of eating chicken spread, canned pastas, etc.
We're going to make a few tweaks in the kitchen for next year and with the edition of Mr. Satan to our camp, who is a veteran performance artist cook (SCA and other re-enactment venues), next year is going to be even better.
C.f.M. wrote:The one thing I was NOT prepared for was thirst. It was about Thursday or Friday, before I stopped feeling thirsty all the time. That was really annoying.
Ugly Dougly wrote:C.f.M. wrote:The one thing I was NOT prepared for was thirst. It was about Thursday or Friday, before I stopped feeling thirsty all the time. That was really annoying.
Did you mistake desert for dessert?
Right-o, the first day you spend swallowing goldfishbowls full of water - and not peeing! Kinda pathetic when campmates are celebrating on the next day that they finally peed! I guess the human body goes into shock and retains water in desert conditions until it realizes that you have a full canteen and are going to keep drinking.
Gatorade or the like really helps, too.
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