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#108533 - 12/31/08 10:55 AM Pad Thai discovery
jpanderson80 Offline
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Registered: 07/28/06
Posts: 292
Loc: Memphis, TN
This might be old news, but I don't remember anyone ever mentioning it...
I found a great Pad Thai noodles mix. It's called "A TASTE OF THAI quick meal". I found it at wal-Mart next to the ramen. The box is shaped like a rice to-go carton. If had it for lunch at work, jsut to try it out, and I think I'd love it on the trail. It even comes with a small pouch of peanuts. I never thought I'd get this type of food on the trail.


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#108535 - 12/31/08 11:04 AM Re: Pad Thai discovery [Re: jpanderson80]
chaz Offline
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Registered: 10/22/07
Posts: 1149
Loc: Tennessee
Since being introduced to real Indian cooking and all the flavor it has, I've quit eating red meat (beef and Pork).
I still eat chicken and fish, but don't miss meat. There are tons of options while on the trail. I have to have nice food with flavor on the trail. To me that's part of the fun. I'm not in the woods to be survivorman. I'll leave the suffering to him. LOL
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#108572 - 12/31/08 07:04 PM Re: Pad Thai discovery [Re: jpanderson80]
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Registered: 07/15/05
Posts: 1453
Loc: WA
Trader Joe's carries sometimes a similar line, as does Target smile All are quite tasty!
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#108955 - 01/08/09 12:17 AM Re: Pad Thai discovery [Re: jpanderson80]
Jim M Offline
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Registered: 11/23/03
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Loc: Kitsap Peninsula, WA
I put it on my list! Tnx
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#116847 - 06/03/09 12:40 PM Re: Pad Thai discovery [Re: Jim M]
going rafting Offline
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Registered: 06/03/09
Posts: 4
Loc: somewhere on a river
I made pad thai for some campers, once. I used one lb. of vermicelli for four people. I mixed the sauce myself: Peanut butter, soy sauce, chili paste, garlic, and added some fresh cut onions and peanuts. It was really easy to make and everyone was surprised to get it several days into a camping trip. It's even good after it cools off.


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