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    Non-Heated Travelling Food (Tailgating, etc)

    Recipes that travel, which don't need reheating or a grill, etc.
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    My family would crowd into the kitchen to get their first forkfull of Mom's potato salad. It's that good! This potato salad is not at all sweet - something which was important for our family. Let it sit in the fridge as long as you can before serving... it's even better the next day!

    Recipe #27065

    Here's a drink that's great to take on camping trips with good friends, perfect for sharing around the campfire. This is my own recipe that we take to SCA camping events in the Pacific Northwest (other folks have their "secret" recipes they don't share). You know you have good Apple Pie when you take a sip and you can even taste the crust. :) You don't want to miss out on this one!

    Recipe #29781

    I love basil and chicken together, and chicken and cashew together, so it was natural to put it *all* together into this tasty sandwich filling!

    Recipe #30139

    Got friends and camping to go together? Here's the drink for you! Similar to Apple Pie in a Bottle, here's my cobbler version of a drink that's great to take on camping trips with good friends, and perfect for sharing around the campfire. :) This is my own recipe that we take to SCA camping events in the Pacific Northwest.

    Recipe #30317

    There are many layered dip recipes out there - I have a couple of excellent ones in my collection, too. But this is a tasty new version that I think you'll enjoy! :)

    Recipe #100590

    This is the plain old fashioned macaroni salad my grandma used to make, which is still my sister Cathy's favorite.

    Recipe #30849

    I love this stuff... :)

    Recipe #27282

    I know this sounds like a strange combination, but it's actually quite good! It's a nice, light salad, with the slightly vinegary taste of the rinsed sauerkraut contrasting nicely against the cool sweetness of the pudding. It tastes similar to carrot and raisin salad. Give it a try!

    Recipe #27867

    This is a very tasty fresh salad, crisp and tangy! I love this stuff. :)

    Recipe #36428

    This recipe was very popular back in my teenaged cast-party days, when my mom would make it for us. I recall getting the recipe from Mike Everheart's mom, I think. I love this stuff! I usually make a double or 1.5 recipe, and keep the extras at home for myself. ;) It's hard to believe how much folks are paying for these layered dips in the stores... it tastes better when you make your own!

    Recipe #27893

    A response to a request on the boards, here's a flavorful use of zucchini and aromatic basil!

    Recipe #30476

    A family recipe dating back to the early part of the 20th century, by my great-grandmother. I have a tendency to think of this as Grandpa's salad, because he always prepared it for us. My mom and sister still make it for our holiday family gatherings, although now we usually use sugarfree Jello. (I've recently discovered that Perfection Salad is not something unique to our family - there are a lot of old recipes on net for it. They're generally similar to the one below.)

    Recipe #27320

    I know this one sounds weird, but the combination of sweet and salty is very tasty!

    Recipe #27307

    I remembered Mom making this salad when I was a teenager, so I recently asked her for the recipe. Between her memories and mine, this is what we came up with - it's great for picnics and potlucks and is very tasty. :)

    Recipe #29278

    This salad is made in Finland in two ways: either with herring (rosolli) or without (punajuurisalaatti). It's my favorite beet salad, and although I've never made it including the herring I'm sure it would be tasty that way, too! Based on a recipe from "The Finnish Cookbook" by Beatrice A. Ojakangas. First prepared in our household by my husband Mike. :)

    Recipe #28754

    Based on the recipe from the Mezzetta Garlic Stuffed Olive label.

    Recipe #50369

    While watching FoodTV, I saw a piece about Amy Ruth's restaurant in New York where the owner made fried chicken dipped in a honey cinnamon mixture. It looked so good I began searching on the web for a recipe which approximated it... and after much browsing of webpages I put together a recipe that I thought might taste something like it. I don't fry my chicken, so here's a baked version, tweaked to my own tastes.

    Recipe #65266

    Remember the layered taco dip everybody loves? Well, here's a Mediterranean version for you! Very, very tasty! Prep time includes chilling. This dip took a bit of work... I first posted it at Gail's way back in the 90s, I think.

    Recipe #47041

    A nice change from ordinary slaw, this one really hits the spot at summer picnics with its chilled veggies and spicy dressing. :)

    Recipe #34432

    These are "fajitas" that you can make up ahead of time - you make the filling then put it in a thermal container and bring it along with you to picnics and fill your tortillas on the spot. The meat and other ingredients are cubed/diced, rather than in strips, to make it easier to use as a filling. I like adding vegetables into meals whenever I can, so there are some ingredients in this you might not usually see in fajitas! ;) Prep time includes marination. (This recipe is also an entry for the June 2002 "Ready, Set, Cook" contest at RecipeZaar.)

    Recipe #31579

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