Driving overnight. What would you pack up to eat I. The road?
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Have you checked out the Road Trip food contest on this site?
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My go to road trip food is homemade beef jerky, deviled eggs, cashew butter stuffed celery and a thermos of really good coffee or cold pressed coffee concentrate depending on the weather.
Hey, Susan W, how about posting your recipe for homemade beef jerky?
I will gather my notes and do that CBC. I rarely make it the same way twice, but I have a current favorite combo.
I like the spicy summer rolls here: http://www.sproutedkitchen...
It doesn't get better than Wheat Thins and various cheese fillings. If you want to fling healthy eating to the wind, I'm also partial to Cheese Doodles, although the cheese dust makes a mess of the steering wheel.
Good coffee of course ..., but I also like fruit skewers , grapes melon pineapple, crackers and cheese and cherry tomato skewers , easy to eat and no mess, that way you cover sweet and salty cravings
I always pack fresh vegetables that are easy to snack on (raw snap peas, carrots, etc.) because I get sick of eating just snack-y type stuff, especially when stuck in a car. Also I like things that fill you up (and taste good!) but aren't messy: roasted chickpeas are awesome (these ones! https://food52.com/provisions...) and dried fruit that isn't sticky to eat (orange crisps - this company makes other dehydrated crunchy fruit and is in a lot of gourmet food shops now: https://food52.com/provisions...)
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